The Lithuanian government on June 19 put before the country's parliament amendments on setting equal higher school admission requirements.
Currently in Lithuania, different criteria apply to school-leavers for state-funded and non-funded studies. If lawmakers approve the proposed changes, school-leavers who would wish to enrol in higher education schools would have to pass 3 national-level maturity exams, including those of the Lithuanian language, mathematics and one optional exam, and an exception would be made for those wishing to study arts as they would not...
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