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The Council of Ministers approved today the reduction of the average for some of the study programs of the Bachelor cycle.
All graduates who complete secondary education with an average of 6.5 will have the opportunity to attend study programs in foreign languages or other, but not teaching.
In a Facebook post, Minister Evis Kushi writes that graduates with an average of 6.5 can attend Master's degree programs that lead them to a profession as a translator or even a journalist.
The criterion in question, according to Minister Kushi, makes journalism or being a translator an easier profession, while 'appreciating' teachers as a more valuable profession. With an average of 7.5 for those graduates who want to pursue teaching as a study program, it is expected to see if it will produce or from the auditoriums as many quality teachers as promised.
"Starting from the next academic year, in the study programs that lead to teaching (foreign languages, language-literature, bio-chemistry, mathematics-physics, etc.) will not be registered only graduates who want to become teachers ( with an average above 7 for foreign languages and 7.5 for other fields), but also those who then want to pursue another profession (such as translator, journalist, etc.).
The latter, with an average lower than the above criterion, but at least 6.5, will have a special registration number that does not lead them to the master of teaching but to other master programs related to the profession they want.
We emphasize that the average criterion for those graduates who want to become teachers (minimum 7 for foreign languages and 7.5 for other fields) will continue to stand, because we want the highest quality in teaching and in general in our education system ", Writes Kushi on Facebook.