High schools with health professions will not enroll part-time students


Secondary schools in the country that have guidelines from the health profession will no longer be able to enroll students part-time. The Ministry of Education and Science (MES)confirmed for the media that a letter was sent to these schools requesting that the enrollment of part-time students be put on hold.

Until now, it was possible to study part-time to become a nurse, a pharmaceutical technician and other healthcare profession profiles.

Unofficially, candidates with completed secondary education who are retraining to obtain a diploma with which they will apply for a job abroad are most often interested.

The MES does not specify the reason for this decision, but points out that it was made to protect national interests.



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