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Universities of Moldova in the Context of Internationalization

Gholamali Mohammadifard and Daniela Dumbrava

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: For dacades, globalization as one of the most important challenges from our individual, familial and social lifes, was seen in it's climax stage. Even though it's concepts and philofosphy have milenary roots stating in the ancient greece, we can still assist some real aspects of it's process even today. We have to agree that globalization has it's major influence in all of humanity's biological, psychological and social dimensions, but it also leaves a mark on the higher educational process. Because of it's influential nature, higher education needs adaptation and readaptation in the context of global changes. Today, the only way of discussing the dicto-scientific aspects of higher education, is only made possible in the international context of solving problems that humanity has to deal with. One of the greatest national priorities of every state is to maintain the educational process at an international degree, while striving for the development of technological values. In the actual context, as a state that aims to establish global values in said process, Republic of Moldova, has to take a set of definite steps in the different aspects of social, cultural and educational life. In this case study we try to analyse the different factors that may influence the internationalization of the higher education in Republic of Moldova.

Keywords: internationalization; globalization; Erasmus; the Bologna process. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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