Wed, 06 Apr 2016 19:29 - Updated Wed, 06 Apr 2016 19:31
Higher education ministry monitors universities fees
Luena - The Ministry of Higher Education will continue monitoring the tuition fees charged by the country's universities maintained in operating costs until 2015, said Wednesday the incumbent minister, Adão do Nascimento.
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Agostinho Neto University campus
The minister was speaking to the press at the end of a working visit to the Higher Polytechnic School in eastern Moxico province.
The minister said that during the meeting he directed the promoters and managers of higher education institutions to keep the previous price.
"The promoters and managers of higher education institutions have been informed on the matter," he stated.
Adão do Nascimento urged for the need to make good use of the resources available in order to meet the needs of students and other stakeholders.
The Higher Polytechnic School of Moxico has trained over 600 graduates in the courses of Education (Mathematics, Geography, Physics, Chemistry), Health (Nursing and Clinical Laboratory) and Engineering (Computer).
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