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The higher education enrollment level in Uzbekistan has more than tripled

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The higher education enrollment level in Uzbekistan has more than tripled

The enrollment level in higher education of graduates of general education schools has risen from 9 percent to 28 percent, and the parameters of admission to higher education institutions have increased 3 times or up to 171 thousand people.

According to the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, these data were announced today during a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Science, Education and Health, at which the Minister of Higher and Secondary Special Education delivered a speech about the effectiveness of reforms in higher education, existing problems and their elimination.

It was noted that the number of universities increased from 77 to 153, 76 new higher education institutions were created. Of these, 19 are non-state higher education institutions, 30 are foreign higher education institutions, 104 are state higher education institutions.

More than 300 joint educational programs have been introduced together with 60 higher education institutions of 22 foreign countries, providing for the issuance of bilateral diplomas. Based on joint programs, in 2018, personnel training was established in 15 education institutions, in 2021 – in 58 education institutions.

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