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The subject of education is of universal interest and importance. The investigation and analysis of the education system in the wake of high technological advancement is therefore of a concern to a whole variety of researchers and planners as well as to those directly involved in the operation of the education system and the recipient of education.The variety and complexity of issues involved, however, is that no single researcher can realistically be expected to cover the subject as a whole.This study describes the examination of the current higher education system in the wake of the fourth…mehr

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The subject of education is of universal interest and importance. The investigation and analysis of the education system in the wake of high technological advancement is therefore of a concern to a whole variety of researchers and planners as well as to those directly involved in the operation of the education system and the recipient of education.The variety and complexity of issues involved, however, is that no single researcher can realistically be expected to cover the subject as a whole.This study describes the examination of the current higher education system in the wake of the fourth industry revolution in Hungary, Central Europe. The education system over the years has remained constant in its modus oprandi in preparing its students for the future in the face of a changing society. Some argue that the high rate of graduate unemployment is partly as a result of the system of education operated in the 21st-century and in this context Hungary.This study is aimed at examining the education system from the view point of lecturers/educationist and students in the wake of the fourth industry revolution (industry 4.0) as well as educationists and students¿ knowledge and awareness.
Autorenporträt
Moses Padi Amanor is a Ghanaian. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Management and Leadership from the Eszterhazy Karoly University, Hungary. He also completed his undergraduate degree and Diploma at the University of Ghana and graduated with a BA degree in Sociology and Adult Education and a Diploma in Youth Development Work respectively.