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1 The short presentation of the national educational system from Romania

2 Legislation The Education Law no. 84/24/07/1995 (republished) replaced by Law no.1/2011 The Teaching Staff Statute (Law 128/1997) (republished) The Regulation for Organisation and Functioning of the Pre-University Education Institutions (Ministerial Order 4925/2005)

3 Levels of education Source: Eurydice

4 Compulsory education Pre-school education (Pre-primary education) - organized for children aged 3-6 basic education (Primary education)- organised for pupils aged 6-10 and including grades I to IV. Source: Eurydice

5 Compulsory education Lower secondary education - organised in two successive cycles (both compulsory): Gimnaziu – grades V to VIII for pupils aged Liceu - lower cycle or, alternatively, Şcoala de arte şi meserii (Arts and Trades School) grades IX and X for pupils aged Source: Eurydice

6 Non-compulsory education Secondary education Upper secondary education, organised in: Liceu - upper cycle – grades XI to XII/XIII for pupils aged 16-18(19) -theoretical -vocational Completion year - for graduates of Şcoala de Arte şi Meserii (Arts and Trades School) – until 2011 Source: Eurydice

7 Non-compulsory education post-secondary non-tertiary education ( Şcoala Postliceal ă ) - Post-secondary non-tertiary education ensures further specialised technical vocational education and training for the high school graduates in order to obtain a level 3 vocational qualification. tertiary education - including university and post- university education. There are autonomous and have the right to establish and implement their own development policies, within the general provisions of the in-force legislation. Starting with 2005/06 academic year, all higher education institutions, private and public, are obliged by the 2004 Law to implement the new 3-cycle structure: Bachelor, Master and Doctorate. Source: Eurydice

8 Non-compulsory education adult education - is provided by public or private institutions, as follows: Educational institutions (high schools and higher education institutions); Folk-arts schools, peoples universities, community culture centres, libraries, museums, houses and clubs of the youth and of the trade unions, other public or private institutions – providing mainly non-formal education for the adults; Centres for continuing vocational training belonging to the system of the Ministry of Education, Research and Youth, the Ministry of Labour, Social Solidarity and Family, the Minister of Culture and Cults, other ministers or subordinated to the local public administration authorities; NGOs and professional associations. Source: Eurydice

9 Non-compulsory education special needs - school integration of the children with special educational needs is accomplished through the following forms of education: - Within distinct educational institutions(separated special education); - Groups and classes for children with special educational needs (partially integrated special education); - Within groups and classes organised in mainstream education institutions (full integrated special education). Source: Eurydice

10 Assessment and qualifications The vocational competences certification exam is organised for graduates of Liceu – upper cycle in certain profiles and specialisations of the theoretical and specific education and training (military, theological, arts, sports and pedagogical) branches of study. Passing of the exam is confirmed through an attestation certificate. The Atestat profesional (attestation certificate) is meant to both facilitate the insertion of the graduates on the labour market and to support them in continuing their education and training after being employed; Source: Eurydice

11 Assessment and qualifications The examenul de bacalaureat is organised for the high school graduates at the end of grade XII/XIII. Passing of the exam is attested through a diploma de bacalaureat conferring to the holder the right to compete for a place in tertiary education; source: Eurydice

12 Colegiul De Industrie Alimentar ă Elena Doamna Galai

13 Entrepreneurial education course Our students have in schedule time a course of entrepreneurial education (1 class/week) in 10 th grade by teachers who teach social and economics subjects (economy, philosofy, logic and argumentation, psychology), sometimes without any real entrepreneurial experience

14 Transition from school to work We have a department which monitoring the professional route of our graduates, named Transition from school to work We had a Comenius multilateral project called Connecting Schools with Working Life ( ) The curriculum aims key-skills concerning the transition from school to work

15 Transition from school to work We have the Guidance and counseling classes (1/week), taught by any teacher, the last two grades, where we develop to students competences connecting their professional career, for instance: How do I behave at an interview? Why should contain the Curriculum Vitae? What should contain the personal portfolio?

16 Transition from school to work We have some partnerships with the enterprises from food industry field (milk, bread, beer, bakery, butchers) and from the public food area (restaurants, hotels)where our students perform their practice classes We had and have some placement projects (Leonardo da Vinci) which offered students the opportunity to practice in other countries (Turkey, Italy, Spain, UK)

17 Situation of graduates of the school year Total graduates:98 * at university: 37 * at post-secundary non tertiary school: 5 * unemployed: 43 * go on abroad: 7 * employees: 6

18 Situation of graduates of the school year Total graduates: 118 * at university: 20 * at post-secundary non tertiary school: 16 * unemployed: 48 * go on abroad: 9 * employees: %

19 Firma de exercitiu an interactive learning method for entrepreneurship, a modern interdisciplinary integration and application of knowledge, an approach to teaching and learning that provides conditions for probation and deepening practical skills acquired by pupils / students in training professional. From 2001 in Romania extension using the "firm" in all the services profile schools by introducing specific content in the national curriculum in the school year (under Order 3172/2006)

20 Entrepreneurial links (Agency for Implementation of Projects and Programmes for SMEs) (European Small Business Portal) (Chamber of Commerce and Industry) (from a POSDRU project) (from a POSDRU project)

21 Made by Stefania Rusu For the second meeting from Multilateral Project Transfer of Inovation, G.O.L.I.A. (Giovani Organizzano Lavoro Impresa Assieme), IT1- LEO Bucureti, Romania


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