According to the Czech Rectors of universities would be able to study at university have all those who so wish. All access should be at least Bachelor's degree. They agreed to at the recent meeting of the Czech Rectors' Conference in Glasgow.
According to the Czech Rectors of universities would be able to study at university have all who are interested. All access should be at least Bachelor's degree. They agreed to at the recent meeting of the Czech Rectors' Conference in Glasgow.
Affected are likely to be forthcoming reform of the universities, which should conform to international benchmarks and allow better transitions between educational systems of different countries.
This is primarily a complete breakdown of study for bachelor, master and PhD, in the form of most Western universities. In particular, the bachelor would be open to all who wish to study, and should significantly increase the capacity of places.
According to recent international statistics, in 2001 in the CR between people within thirty years, more than graduates from almost all member countries and entering the European Union, despite the fact that we are now studying at university students doubled over the period before 1989. Assist other countries in statistics especially undergraduate programs, which we still have not created enough. In many states are regarded as a full-fledged university studies and a large proportion of students following the degree of their education ends.
Czech rectors still structured study very recently supported the Therefore, according to Peter MATEJU terms of the Sociological Institute of the Academy of Sciences startling. „Whether recruited completed the study, is another question. But if you are interested in the fields, they should be in these areas is largely enough,“ said the rector of Glasgow University, Charles Ivan Wilhelm.
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