Tue, 01 Aug 2017 19:16 - Updated Tue, 01 Aug 2017 19:16
Higher Education ministry wants to standardize curricula
Luanda - The public and private institutions of higher education in Angola may soon observe a standardization to characterize the courses lectured, providing improvement in the quality of lecturing and mobility of professors and students, said Tuesday in Luanda, the acting Minister of Higher Education, António Miguel André.
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António Miguel André, Acting Minister of Higher Education
Photo: Lino Guimaraes
António Manuel André was speaking at the opening of the first auscultation session on the proposal of the Legal Diploma that will establish the general curricular norms of the subsystem of Higher Education.
He also revealed that it is intended to create a base that rules educational institutions.
There are several public and private higher education institutions.
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