Chancellors have agreed to Spidla Added:1.3. 2004
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Chancellors have agreed to Spidla

On Friday, 27 2nd 2004, met in Prague rectors of universities with Prime Minister Vladimir Spidla. The result of the meeting is agreement that the chancellors involved in the creation of the state budget for next year and will send him their comments.

On Friday, 27 2nd 2004, met in Prague rectors of universities with Prime Minister Vladimir Spidla. The result of the meeting is agreement that the chancellors involved in the creation of the state budget for next year and will send him their comments. Spidla meeting the Czech Rectors' Conference also promised that the budget of universities in the coming years will decrease. The Prime Minister would like to say ahead of colleges said, with as high a budget can expect in the next few years, not only in the following year. Wilhelm, who chairs the Czech Rectors Conference, noted that demand for some time. The specific amounts but did not speak with the prime minister. „We did not want the Prime Minister no specific promises,“ said Wilhelm. In order to continue high school reform, the proposal submitted last year along with the Ministry of Education, Wilhelm would need in the coming years to increase its budget roughly doubled. Last year, college farmed with 18 billion crowns.

The Prime Minister also spoke about the competitiveness of Czech universities and their graduates. The presidents and prime minister, it is important to increase education of the Czech population, which should also lead to an increase in performance of the national economy. „We have to learn intensively, we were becoming richer,“ said Wilhelm.

Chancellors and prime minister considered very important openness of Czech universities to foreign students. It is important that high schools offer such programs, which are interesting for foreigners. At present, the number of foreign students at Czech universities compared to other countries, relatively low, said Wilhelm.

Source: ČTK




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