Ali Yalcin: "1 of the 5 quotas is empty"

Ali Yalcin: "1 of the 5 quotas is empty"
Date: 13.9.2018 17:00

Eğitim-Bir-Sen shared the higher education overview 2018 on the monitoring and evaluation report.

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Memur-Sen and Eğitim-Bir-Sen Chairman Yalcin, addressing the imbalance of supply and demand in the university entrance exams, "While the quota allocated to undergraduate programs has been increased by 11 thousand this year, the remaining vacancies have increased by 40 thousand compared to last year. In other words, one of every five quota allocated to undergraduate programs remained empty" he said.
Memur-Sen and Eğitim-Bir-Sen President Ali Yalcin, higher education and science policies to be further discussed, stating that they aimed at more efficient and contribute to the development of a quality higher education system in Turkey, "Because effective, efficient and future-quality higher education system "he said. Ali Yalçın, "Higher Education Point of View 2018: Monitoring and Evaluation Report" prepared by Eğitim-Bir-Sen, Deputy Minister of National Education Mustafa Safran, Member of Executive Council of YÖK Dr. Mehmet Şişman, deputies, rectors, academics also attended to the program.
Turkey's most important elements that make it so much the number of students in higher education systems, noted that the number of students studying at the Open University, Ali Yalcin, "Higher Education undergraduate and more than 7 million students, half the undergraduate level are studying at the Open University. This number is more than 200,000 more than the number of face-to-face students in state higher education institutions" he said.
Higher education is an important dimension associated with system growth of the higher education graduates number of Yalcin pointed out that the employment issue with the increase, "when the employment rate of graduates between 25-64 years of higher education in OECD countries, Turkey was the associate and bachelor graduates employment rates below the OECD average and last place in is taking place. It is necessary to increase the areas where higher education graduates will be employed."
Yalçın said, "While the quotas allocated to undergraduate programs have been increased by 11 thousand this year, vacant positions have increased by 40 thousand compared to the previous year and they have increased by about 90 It has been thousand. In other words, one of every five contingencies allocated to undergraduate programs is left empty. If we take into account those who will not be enrolled in a degree program, this number is likely to increase."
Turkey's masters and the rate of graduates at PhD level, economy and higher education, saying that relatively low compared to developed countries Yalcin, in order to maintain a qualified way the growth experienced in higher education should increase the number of members doctoral graduate education, he said.


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