Intellectual mobility in medical higher education system
Authors: Iulia Alecu, Horia Mocanu, Ioan E. Călin
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Intellectual mobility brings change, there is the primary factor in the way of progress and optimal premise of human being development from theoretic and practice regards. Medical Higher Education, worldwide, is generally similar in structure and consistency, but different in typology of presentation, teaching, learning and assessment. In fact, general medicine, as a subject refers to the same biological body, but presented differently depending on culture, space and under various methods of teaching and learning.
The idiom of intellectual mobility is not new, but according to globalization, which we live at the present times, brought the mobility in the main plan of Europeanization, a new plan, with continues sustainable development and maybe of success. By institutional mobility, both for students and for academic staff, an exchange means a period of one academic year or a semester, for students and, for two days to several months for academic staff, into a foreign university. These stages of study, practice, and teaching take place most frequently within the Erasmus + framework, have been of 30 years in Europe and 20 years in Romania. Also, there are other programs that can perform intellectual mobility, but the most well-known is Erasmus program, where European Commission has allocated the biggest legal and financial budget framework. Overall activity program features has a variety of tools to be deployed and an inter-institutional framework with qualified staff to manage it.