The number of bachelor's "freshmen" has grown fourfold since 2001 Added:1.4. 2010
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The number of bachelor's "freshmen" has grown fourfold since 2001

Institute for Information in Education (IIE) is one of its recent analysis to compare the Czech tertiary education in the years 2001/02 to 2009/10.

From the obtained data shows that between 2001 and 2009 the number of ** ** first enrolled in full-time study in undergraduate programs ** ** ** at universities has increased more than fourfold in ** ** ** successive Masters programs even sixfold **. ** In contrast, the number of first enrolled in full-time study in whole ** ** Master's programs during the period ** decreased by 77.8% **. In 2009, the number of first enrolled in undergraduate programs of full-time education (58 500) exceeded the number nine first enrolled in the Masters (6500).

The reason for this development, according to IIE fact that Czech universities under the influence of the Bologna Declaration and descend to the two-cycle (ie Bachelor's and Master's). Integral master's programs without bachelor's degrees are currently being implemented primarily at medical faculties and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, where in some areas of teaching and law schools.

** ** A little bit numbers

HIGH SCHOOLS

  • ** ** Number of students since 2001 ** ** increased almost twice (in 2001, the university educated 203,500 students at present is 389,200 students)
  • In 2001 there were 24 public and 17 private universities, today it is ** 26 public and 45 private schools **
  • The largest proportion of students educated in the last year ** economic ** (25.1%) ** technical ** (22.1%) ** and the humanities and social sciences ** (17.0%). In 2001, the most educated students in engineering (28.3%) and economic (19.7%) and in science education, teaching and social work (14.5%).
  • At universities in the Czech Republic is currently educates 34,600 ** ** foreigners (ie 8.9% of all university students). During the years 2001 – 2009 their number has almost quadrupled ** **; most foreigners are trained in economic sciences ** ** (31.3%)
  • 2009 ** completed ** Total ** 81,700 students **

HIGHER VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

  • In 2001 to 166 higher vocational schools educated 26,700 students, now a ** 28 ** 700 students in 184 schools ** **
  • The school year 2006/07, the largest proportion of students accepted into the economic sectors, but since the newly adopted dominated medical disciplines – in 2009/10 the largest proportion of students accepted into medical fields ** ** (22.8% ) ** economic ** (16.3%) and educational ** ** (16.1%)
  • In 2008/2009 ** completed ** Total ** 6200 ** students

Source: press release, „IIE“: http://www.uiv.cz/clanek/110/1938




Author: Černá, Lucie

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