Migration For Education Nowadays
The social security systems and the system of mutual recognition of degrees is influenced by the free movement of the workers. A high degree of mobility leads to an increase in the number of opportunities for workers to find a job and of the employers to find persons with the necessary level of aptitudes, triggering therefore the employment rate and the economic increase. Besides studying in a foreign institution of higher education, mobility might also imply a practice period or other non-areas of higher education. The optimal period of the mobility should be long enough to have an impact on the students` appreciation of the foreign culture and should have a well defined role in a students’ academic experience. For most of the students, this includes the possibility of using their abilities in a foreign context of work.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): (March)
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