SSAC chairwoman: “Private universities should increase the level of education”

SSAC chairwoman: “Private universities should increase the level of education”
# 30 January 2013 10:55 (UTC +04:00)


Baku. Konul Kamilgizi – APA. “The level of knowledge of the young persons, who have entered various universities significantly differ from one another”, said chairperson of the State Students Admission Commission (SSAC) Maleyka Abbaszadeh at the event on the scientific and statistical analysis of the student admission results for 2012-2013 academic year, APA reports. Abbaszadeh said that entrants mainly encode the specialties of state universities on the first lines of their applications. She said those encoding specialties of private universities first on applications comprised only 6.31% in 2012. This figure stood at 0.67% early in 2000: “Though ten years have passed, the progress in this area is very small. In this regard, private universities admit those who fail to enter state universities and the level of knowledge of the vast majority of them is not high enough. Up to now admission of such students to private universities that provide paid education limited their opportunities to compete with state universities. Private universities should increase the level of education, as well as significantly reduce the amount of tuition fees for students with high intellect in order to compete with the state universities over the places financed by the state and attract more educated youth. Unfortunately, most private universities are not interested in this issue.”

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