Charging for study at Slovak postponed Added:5.7. 2003
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Charging for study at Slovak postponed

Since January 2004, the Slovak Republic should be a new Law on Higher Education. The amendment is the introduction of tuition fees of 6 to 12,000 Slovak crowns.

Since January 2004, the Slovak Republic should be a new Law on Higher Education. The amendment is the introduction of tuition fees of 6 to 12,000 Slovak crowns. Minister of Education Martin Fronc aware awkwardness topic, the introduction of tuition fees in January 2004 did not completely give up. He believes that if he got into commenting amendments the government in August or early September, it can be approved in parliament and issue the regulations make it. „If not, then it came into force from 1 September 2004,“ he said. The amendment is now in commenting on the government, it is expected also to the representatives of tripartism. Slovak students against tuition fees on Monday demonstrated. The amendment is derived from the model, 30 percent selected the tuition money will go to fund social grants.




Author: Ruman, Michal

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