Togo’s government wants to make courses provided by private universities uniform to improve certificates’ quality

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Friday, 06 April 2018 17:29
Togo’s government wants to make courses provided by private universities uniform to improve certificates’ quality

(Togo First) - To ensure that degrees awarded by private universities are of quality, Togo’s government has decided to make uniform, courses provided by these various schools.

In effect, curricula will be identical allowing all students of the country to pass a single exam monitored by the State.

Indeed, so far, each school had some margin to organize its exams as it pleased, with the exception of the technician certificate (BTS) exam.

“A degree obtained in Togo must be of quality. We must be more serious and rigorous with our training. This is vital for the tertiary education,” said Octave Nicoué Broohm, minister of tertiary education and research.  

In this regard, a task force composed of experts will identify inconsistencies and disparities between every course offered by private universities and develop adequate solutions to these. This task force will then submit a report of its activities six months after their commencement.

Séna Akoda

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