Government admits that access rules remove “a few hundred” from superior | University education

The Government estimates that the new rules for accessing higher education will have a “small” impact on demand in the sector, alienating “a few hundred” students in the first phase. This effect will be “transient”, also foresees the guardianship, which hopes that the education system will continue to grow afterwards. For their part, the polytechnics fear that almost 6000 students may no longer be able to enroll in a course.

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