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TRANSITION FROM UNIVERSITY TO WORK IN A ROMANIAN POSTSOCIALIST CITY: A CASE STUDY IN ORADEA

Abstract
In the post-socialist period, the State University become an important player on educational market area of North West of Romania (University of Oradea) and private or private-confessional universities have been founded in Oradea: Christian Partium University (with Hungarian as teaching language, set up upon the initiative of the Reformed and Roman- Catholic Churches in order to cater for the higher education needs of the Hungarian minority), Emanuel University founded by Baptist community) and Agora University ( founded by a former vice-rector of University of Oradea). The article investigates the transition from university to work as a concern regarding of concentration of a relative high number of university graduates. The main conclusions will support to elaborate the future and adequate measures in order to correlate the educational market with labour market on Oradea area.
Keywords
university; work; labor market; educational investment; graduates.

Authors
Serban OLAH
Department of Sociology and Social Work, University of Oradea, Romania. E-mail: serbanolah2002@yahoo.com
Dragos DARABANEANU
Department of Sociology and Social Work, University of Oradea, Romania.
Gavril FLORA
Department of Social Sciences, Partium Christian University of Oradea, Romania.

How to cite
Olah, S., Darabaneanu, D., Flora, G. (2015). TRANSITION FROM UNIVERSITY TO WORK IN A ROMANIAN POSTSOCIALIST CITY: A CASE STUDY IN ORADEA, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 3/2015, 82-103


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