Communication Efficiency within Higher Education Institutions: The Case of Romania
The concept of communication is very hard to define, its complexity spawning controversy and interpretation. Only by taking a very close look at the phenomenon may we be able to unravel its real meanings. Thus, this paper wishes to address the aforementioned goal through: analysis of current situation of communication within higher education (case of Romania), and identification of possible ways to increase communication efficiency. Yet another necessity this paper is aimed at is the need of change within education. This change is imposed upon by the process of lining up the Romanian higher education system with the one of the European Union. This process started in 1999 along with the signing of the Bologna declaration.
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