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Improvement practice of the students in an EU project. Economic importance and lessons for the future. Case study of Spiru Haret University
Aurelian Virgil BALUTA, Maria ANDRONIE, Ilioara-Sofia RAICU

Last modified: 2016-01-06

Abstract


The paper is a case study for the project < Student practitioners- students active and integrated> financed by Social European Fund. The project was developed in Romania in the Social Operational Program for Development Human Resources. The project has as objective to improve the practice of the students. The aim of the research is to identify and to indicate the economic and social importance of the practice in universities, how much may this to change in the society. The focus on skills and entrepreneurship will be analysed from the point of view of knowledge economy and society. In accordance with the theory in economics and labour market are evaluated direct and indirect impact on economy and society of a better equilibrium between demand and supply of labour market in the segment of higher qualifications. In these paper we pass from theoretic concepts to practice computation in a concrete projects. Our paper expects to start de applicative studies regarding the economic and social impact of different project and to put together the theory and the social practice in the field of EU funds. We also want to disseminate some ideas for a best practice of the students received in this project. The paper will help public authorities in a better design of official documents of EU funds calls and the tools for their monitoring, controlling. The paper is a part of research included in project activities. The modern world is faced with practical challenges. Following the implementation of this project, by holding a contest with prizes between its beneficiaries, we wanted identifying the best solutions to improve in future of carrying out internships for students, so that with balanced funds, but with a lot of intelligence, to obtain maximum efficiency.

Keywords


practice of students; economic and social impact; labour market; importance of integrated graduates; skills of the graduates; best practice ideas.

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