Over 21 percent of high school graduates to go to universities abroad


The quality of the study programs, the rating of the universities and the study of a loved one outside the country are the reasons why 21 percent of the high school graduates from four regions went to one of the universities abroad this year. Slovenia and Bulgaria are attractive study destinations, according to the latest research of the Faculty of Law at the “Goce Delchev” University in Shtip.
According to university professor Strashko Stojanovski, the interest of high school students in studying abroad is almost twice as high, that is, from 13 percent five years ago, it has now increased to 21 percent. About 30 percent of students would not study.
Stojanovski believes that the Macedonian educational system is not that bad, as shown by the results of Macedonian students studying in Slovenia.
“We have talked with colleagues from the University of Ljubljana. Of the top 10 students who are at the University of Ljubljana, five are from Macedonia,” added the professor.

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