Perspectives and Trends on Education in Romania: A Country.
Educational System of Bulgaria. Education in Bulgaria is mainly supported by the state through the Ministry of Education and Science. School education is compulsory for children from seven to sixteen years of age. The Bulgarian educational system falls within the continental European tradition.
The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) used in Poland is the standard for all universities in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), which means after you pass a subject, in addition to the grade you get a certain amount of ECTS points.
Consequently, since the independence, the Moroccan educational system has been flopped in many setbacks, and despite of the reform stages that have been witnessed, none of them has succeeded to.
The Romanian education system is made up of the following levels: 1) Pre or early childhood education (0-6 years), consisting of: a. Pre-pre-school for children aged 0-3 years. b. Pre-school or kindergarten for children aged 3-6 years organized in groups: lower group, middle group, upper group.
The Head of FSLI even argues that the Romanian school has become merely a symbol. He observes that Romania is the only country in the European Union where teachers are not required to hold a specialisation studies degree, educational institutions are not provided with the Internet connection and computers, and there is no access to modern methods of teaching.
Comparing Romania and UK by cultural background as well on PEST analysis point of views there can be highlighted some differences that have been discussed during the study case. Obviously, Romania is coming from forty years of communist regime, but still the majority of the population has managed to overcome the transition period.