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HAS THE BOLOGNA PROCESS IMPROVED MASTER’S EDUCATION STANDARDS? PERSPECTIVES OF ALBANIAN EMPLOYERS

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Author(s): Vasilika Kume

Journal: Serbian Journal of Management
ISSN 1452-4864

Volume: 8;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Higher Education | Bologna Process | Albanian Employers | Personnel Management | Firm Employment Decisions

ABSTRACT
In this research the professional innovation of the Master studies as per Bologna Process standards, observed from the possible buyers of such product, the Albanian Employers is studied.With the help of a survey, it has been tried to reflect the opinion of the employers about the quality of a Master degree according to the standarts of the Bologna Process. Around 53% of the employersthink that the Bologna system can qualitatively improve the employee’s qualification, but this should be observed in a long-term horizon. About 87% of employers would not pay more a prospective employee given the fact that he/she has earned a master degree according the Bologna Process standards. This individual, in the majority of Albanian companies, would not be considered as more qualified than other colleagues who are educated in another system. Moreover, 20% of employers with work experience 11-15 years believe that the Bologna Process worsens the quality of education in Albania.
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