SHAPING UP THE PROFILE OF ROMANIAN YOUTH MIGRANT FOR STUDY
National Sciantific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection (ROMANIA)
About this paper:
Conference name: 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 16-18 November, 2017
Location: Seville, Spain
Abstract:Youth capital of knowledge and creativity will lead the international fight for competitiveness, inovation and development in organizational (modern) environment.
Behind assumptions about migrants’ employment, social security and level of living opportunities and individual motivations for better education, the mobility of high-educated and skilled workforce and talented youngs is about to become one of the 21st century challenges of the smart, sustainable, inclusive growth Europe.
The article is focused on shaping the profile of young student/ learned person searching for completing education in a foreign developed country and become an active person on European or national labour market.
The methodology is questionnaire based survey that was conducted in order to gather relevant information coming from young students who were present at an international educational fair and who expressed their intention to continue their studies in a foreign country.
Dates collected during the research were analysed and interpreted in order to identify the main characteristics of Romanian young student/ learned person behaviour, namely: intentions, motivations and reasons to study abroad, perceptions about educational offer etc.
Findings and conclusions about profiling the migratory behaviour for education are helpful for policy makers in labour and education system for designing and applying a more evidence-based approach to managing migration in a common policy framework supporting youth returning home, security or living.
Keywords: Youth, migration, study.