Quantitative Analysis of the Higher Education System in Romania Compared to EU Realities and Expectations
Education plays an important role in civil society, nowadays becoming an essential tool for training “actors” in the market economy. Worldwide currently it manifests the idea according to witch educational systems must begin, continue and sustain changes and social progress, ensuring the quality of education, preparing individuals for the future and also to develop capacity to adapt to scientific an technical changes, to be able to create the new. Neither the European Union nor Romania is an exceptions to this trends recorded by the higher education system at a global level. To continue to be a worldwide force, it is important that throw balanced educational policies aimed at performance and quality, this region manage to succeed in a world marked of constant changes.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (Decembre)
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