The Prefect?s Institution of Brasov County started a series of educational projects combining the theoretical activity with the practical one. This was possible by concluding certain protocols between the Prefect?s Institution of Brasov County, Transilvania University and 19 deconcentrated institutions. 452 students will benefit from the projects, as they will perform practical training in the public institutions of Brasov.
Practical training in public institutions
?We have concluded a protocol with 19 deconcentrated institutions managed by the Prefecture, so that 452 students from Brasov may perform their practical trainings, depending on their field of activity and the specificity of each institution. The training in the public institution will definitely help students after graduating. The institutions included in the project are: the Tax Authority, the Territorial Labour Inspectorate, the Agency for Environmental Protection and the County Directorate for Culture. Students start their training in July?, told us Mr Ciprian Bancila, the Prefect of Brasov County.
?I think this is a good opportunity both for my colleagues in the field of social-human sciences, and for those in the technical field, in case of some institutions, for them to carry out their practical training. We should take another step, meaning that we should have as many graduation projects as possible dealing with real problems of these institutions. Thus, we can get actively involved in supporting the institutions of Brasov?, declared Mr Ioan Vasile Abrudan, PhD. Prof. Eng., the Rector of Transilvania University of Brasov.
?Romany Studies? Master program
Another educational project made public by the Prefecture of Brasov is the First Master program of Romany Studies in the world, within the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. It is a postgraduate study program intended for all higher education graduates who are interested in the issues of the public politics regarding the vulnerable groups, especially the Romany communities. The thought classes will refer to the Romany history and culture, the main mission of the Master program being applicative, focusing on acknowledging and managing the problems currently faced by the Romany communities. In Romania, the development of such real and effective skills becomes an educational priority.