MINSK, 2 June (BelTA) – European experts hail the postgraduate work assignment system in Belarus, First Deputy Education Minister Vadim Bogush told media on 2 June, BelTA has learned.
“European experts say that providing university graduates with jobs is the number one goal for any establishment of higher education. It also influences the image of the university. We can share this experience with European partners,” Vadim Bogush said. He also added that the roadmap for Belarus' accession to the Bologna Process does not require the abolishment of the system.
The First Deputy Minister is taking part in a meeting of the advisory group to support Belarus' Bologna Process accession roadmap. “It is an information seminar to discuss issues related to the development of the higher school. These are things related to the mechanisms to secure modern content and practical training of students,” said Vadim Bogush. The seminar also discusses the enhancement of efficient cooperation between the education system and the labor market. Many European experts who came to Minsk for the meeting had already been in Belarus.
Partaking in today's meeting are representatives of the government bodies in the education sector, various universities and other organizations from Lithuania, France, Romania, the UK, Germany, Latvia, the Vatican and other countries. The seminar has been organized by the National Institute for Higher School, the Belarusian State University, the Education Ministry of Belarus and the European Commission.