Impact of Extracurricular in The Improvement of Higher Education Graduates’ Employability Skills: The case of Tunisia

Haifa Mefteh, Bucharest University of Economic Studies

This paper investigates the impact of extracurricular activities (ECA) on developing employability skills of higher education graduates in Tunisia. In this regard, we use a quantitative survey that ha...

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Challenges in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Man Gabriela-Maria; Man Mihaela, Lucian Blaga University

The beginning of the twenty-first century represents the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which, unlike its predecessors, is characterized by great digitalization, higher connections bet...

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Supporting Employability by a Skills Assessment Innovative Tool—Sustainable Transnational Insights from Employers

Manuela Rozalia Gabor; Petruța Blaga; Cosmin Matis, University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology of Targu Mureș; Babes-Bolyai University

Employability remains an important subject in the European and international context. This is the first qualitative and quantitative transnational research of the perception of the heterogeneous sampl...

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Learn and Work in the 21st Century. A Review of Employability Models for HE Graduates: Different Levels of Analysis

Lavinia Cornelia Butum; Luminiţa Nicolescu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Academic literature recognizes that knowledge is universal and higher education, as the main provider of knowledge and competences, is all the more not constrained by borders. In this regard, meeting ...

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A theory based evaluation on possible measures which increase young NEETs employability

Vasile Alecsandru Strat; Laura Trofin; Irina Lonean, Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Using Prospective Evaluation Synthesis (PES) - a theory based evaluation method - and spatial distribution analysis of the young NEETs population in correlation with demographic and economic indicator...

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How to Align the University Curricula with the Market Demands by Developing Employability Skills in the Civil Engineering Sector

Livia Anastasiu; Alexandra Anastasiu; Mihaela Dumitran; Codruţa Crizboi; Alexandra Holmaghi; Maria Nicoleta Roman, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca Romania; University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca Romania

The purpose of the research is to discover which employability skills may be developed by students from technical universities in order to meet market demands. Since graduates from technical universit...

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