Highlands will assume a new high school Added:15.6. 2004
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Highlands will assume a new high school

Chamber of Deputies and the Senate already approved the creation of a new Czech public universities. The validity of this law lacks only the signature of the President. College of Polytechnics Jihlava will be based in …

Chamber of Deputies and the Senate already approved the creation of a new Czech public universities. The validity of this law lacks only the signature of the President. Polytechnic University will be based in Jihlava and the first students should take it this fall. Highlands, which is in the words of Senator Vaclav Jehlicka in the number of university educated people in last place in the country, so end up being the first public non-university higher education in the Czech Republic. Justification of the needs of public higher education with economic bachelor's degree programs as well as defending the Minister of Education Petra Buzkova.

The school should provide in the first year of training 570 students in five years should be their number increased up to two thousand. Should arise from the current higher vocational schools, which now provides finance and management disciplines, computer systems and tourism. The new high school should replace existing programs and bachelor's degree programs also provide training in other disciplines such as engineering, personnel management and healthcare.




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