The Contribution Of The Foreign Languages In Improving The Services In Higher Education
In the eyes of the whole world, the European Union had and has a huge influence upon the economical, commercial, legal, social and cultural conditions of the member states and now it represents a reality and a certainty. In this society of globalization and technology the young generation plays an important role in building the Europe of tomorrow. Due to the political social and economic changes that have occurred in our lives in the recent decades doubled by the tremendous development of the digital technology the academic education must take important steps towards a united Europe, a unity achieved mainly through the means of education. â€œThe best school is the one, where above all, you learn to learnâ€ said the Romanian historian and philosopher Nicolae Iorga. Nowadays the best school gives students the opportunity to learn at least a foreign language, offering them the possibility of academic or professional mobility. Our paper aims to present the role of foreign languages in improving not only the students' quality of life but also the services in higher education.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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