State demands better grades

  • 2012-06-27
  • From wire reports
TALLINN - Estonian universities intend to accept nearly 10,000 students for free studies this year, although the state will pay for the studies of 9,100 students as universities want to guarantee a sufficient number of graduates in the future, reports Public Broadcasting.This week, the state agreements for university education will be signed with universities. According to current agreements, the state will pay universities for the studies of 9,100 students, while universities will offer free studies to nearly 10,000 students. The reason for this is the new results-based agreement, as...
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