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Angola: Secretary of State reaffirms commitment to quality education system

Huambo — Secretary of State for Higher Education Eugénio Silva reaffirmed the government’s commitment to improve the quality of university education through the implementation of curriculum program reforms in Central Huambo this Wednesday.

During the first edition of the Summer University Summit, the ministry hopes to adapt its academic curriculum to: Includes more useful and relevant courses.

He said it was a training-based commitment of staff with the profiles necessary to contribute to the economic and social development of the country.

Eugénio Silva has informed that all courses taught by higher education institutions contain about 70% of the common content and the remaining 30 are established by the school itself.

He added that this is intended to restructure the curriculum plan in a more practical way, with a focus on ensuring skill development.

Currently, according to the Secretary of State, the process of coordinating medical and nursing courses is underway under the guidance of Republic President João Lourenço.

The Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Innovation has a total of 11,000 teachers, 10,000 of whom are Angorans and only 11% of PhD professors, he said, working hard to train qualified staff. It was.

In this sense, authorities are investing in scientific research, innovation and university expansion through increased investment in the sector and the availability of material resources to meet their needs, as well as more master’s and doctoral programs. Announced shortly after the opening of.

In his turn, Francisco Jamba Kata, Deputy Governor of the Political, Social and Economic Sector of Huambo Central Province, emphasized the initiative to create the Summer University Summit Platform, a young man.

With the motto “Young involvement in national development,” attendees of this event, which runs until Friday, address a variety of social, economic, agricultural, entrepreneurial, and sports topics.

In addition to the debate, the event will certainly be marked with training sessions and community workshops.

Created in 2017 by a citizenship and charity called the “Maise Comm”, the Summer University Summit helps young college students participate in the development of concrete, objective and sustainable behavior for the community.

During the first edition of the Summer University Summit, the ministry hopes to adapt its academic curriculum to: Includes more useful and relevant courses.

He said it was a training-based commitment of staff with the profiles necessary to contribute to the economic and social development of the country.

Eugénio Silva has informed that all courses taught by higher education institutions contain about 70% of the common content and the remaining 30 are established by the school itself.

He added that this is intended to restructure the curriculum plan in a more practical way, with a focus on ensuring skill development.

Currently, according to the Secretary of State, the process of coordinating medical and nursing courses is underway under the guidance of Republic President João Lourenço.

The Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Innovation has a total of 11,000 teachers, 10,000 of whom are Angorans and only 11% of PhD professors, he said, working hard to train qualified staff. It was.

In this sense, authorities are investing in scientific research, innovation and university expansion through increased investment in the sector and the availability of material resources to meet their needs, as well as more master’s and doctoral programs. Announced shortly after the opening of.