Mundus academicus: arhitectura și adaptarea la fluxurile globalizării (II)
[Mundus academicus: architecture and adaptation to globalization flows (II)]
This second part of the study, contains the presentation, in the same manner, of the wiewpoints on the last region in the acadmeic world map considered in my analysis: Europe. Of course, globalization and building a united Europe, strong growth of labour markets and capital flows, human resources and information, visible disparities of regional education systems in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific countries, multiplying “factorial” higher education providers, increasing global competition between and/or the universities – all key elements in what I would call the domino allow between Bologna process innovations and values triumph. Bologna created and resized European values, he scaled a more or less in global manner, imposed a new way of thinking and designing the whole system of European higher education. Without doubt, the internationalization of European academic mobility system geenrated by specially designed programs, led to the development of integrated services, more and more professional. Romanian higher education can not ignore these changes, but is far from the requirements of a globally competitive higher education. For real reform, the change must be guided by a clear conception of the strategies, competence and critical, to have political support and substantial funding. Academic education and scientific research today gives the measure of value and strenght of a nation in the great European and global concert. Reform does not admit, therefore, alternative: the only solution for the better future among civilized countries is succes. And success is quality, efficiency and performance in education and research, competitiveness in Europe and worldwide.
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