International Mobility of Romanian Students in Europe: From Statistical Evidence to Policy Measures
International mobility of any kind is quite young in Romania, and it was possible only after falling of the communist regime in 1989. Consequently, the paper reflects firstly some conceptual issues on international student mobility; than, in the second part, a statistical portrait of student mobility in Romania is presented, in connection with the European context. We notices that the Romanian student mobility is lower that European one, so in the third part we focus on barriers to international student mobility, and also on policy measures that should be taken in Romania.
|Date of creation:||29 Jan 2007|
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|Publication status:||Published in Romanian Journal of European Studies, issue 5-6/2007 issue 5-6/2007.volume(2008): pp. 167-178|
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