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Human Capital Mobility of a Skilled Workforce


  • Teodora Farcas

    (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)

  • Adriana Tiron-Tudor

    (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)


Recent communications of the European Commission emphasises new elements on its agenda, such as a “rethinking education” coordinate. This refers especially to the VET system and the collaboration of the education institutions and the economic actors. An issue which has gained the Commission attention is the system for international equalization of the diplomas obtained by VET students in order to a better mobility inside the EU28. This paper is written as part of a Partnership for exchange project between Hungary, Finland, Belgium, Estonia and Romania. In the project are involved university institutions from Hungary, Finland, Estonia and Romania. From Hungary and Romania there are also two associations, representatives of enterprises at local level and from Belgium there are involved two private companies with experience in European projects and quality of projects. The objective of this article is to emphasize the benefits of the ECVET system in order to obtain mobility of the human capital of a skilled workforce. It also gives an inside of the Romanian practical placement situation inside the universities and the VET system from this country and also the perception of the ECVET system here. The article uses national and European statistics.

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  • Teodora Farcas & Adriana Tiron-Tudor, 2014. "Human Capital Mobility of a Skilled Workforce," Human Capital without Borders: Knowledge and Learning for Quality of Life; Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2014, ToKnowPress.
  • Handle: RePEc:tkp:mklp14:831-836

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