The Role of Practice-Internships in Facilitating Insertion of Graduates on the Labor Market. Evidence from SPIN Project
Specialty practice offers students the opportunity to apply - in a real business environment – the stock of knowledge accumulated in years of faculty study. In this way, a complete training is provided to students and their preparation for entering the labor market is enhanced. So, students can test their understanding, assimilation and application of the knowledge they hold in solving concrete problems of activity of a company or institution, forming their own communication and networking system with potential employers. The article shows how these principles - related to development of students’ internships - were applied through a project co-financed with European funds "Modern practice to facilitate access to the labor market for specialists in Statistics and Economic Forecasting or Economic Informatics". Also, the author refers to a survey developed among students in the target group, aiming to reveal their opinion on Romanian labor market and its main problems.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (Decembre)
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