The introduction of European Studies in the Universities from Romania
AbstractIn Romania, European Studies have been introduced relatively late compared with other European countries. Immediately after the fall of the Communism, Romanian Universities made efforts to introduce the European dimension in their curricula. The first specializations of European Studies date from the middle of the 90th. Today, the Romanian Higher Education in the field of European Studies respects the European standard and provides courses at European level.
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Date of creation: 2011
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European Studies; Romania; Higher Education; beginnings of specialization;
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