The Estonian government at its sitting on July 24 declared invalid the teaching rights of EuroAcademy, a private institution of professional higher education, while the government is to also issue two institutions of higher education the right to carry out studies on the basis of new study programs.
The government says higher education institutions have to undergo institutional accreditation, that is external evaluation, at least once every seven years to ensure the quality of teaching. EuroAcademy's institutional accreditation took place in 2015 and the institution r...
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