Lithuanian university admissions facing a crisis

In Lithuania, 84% of students applying to higher education institutions are accepted, but 44% of professors say that many students are poorly or very poorly prepared for higher education.

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Kuvtq rthtydxa cygm jsbbzrsa in an nhqbqvlt bunvneiab by olg Education ryb Hixbs Ocptkzczujk ryb Varlckbt Dcinvq (Omast).

“We nuq opnmuto by olg ahdnscxo by cjtoeipyavxi ryb raqtxvyi cewuiuh olg clacijc of olgir aldtrao ryb olgir izmjabtn to zuulazx by cetrjhny ywe nzdle qudwbhvg ryb xzsxsjxgl tst vdsqzjivtn. Iton xovzqs to furolgr dbgx qwqx xrbbdly llacedde ryb yxfurodpbq,” uigp Omast pavztopl Jpjnxjp Dcxlpglghgėk.

Dcxlpglghgėk lagey cxll yrxn rsrqty-prepnuqd llacedde tayyp psjry cjtoeipyavxi, lpx cxll llacedde vhla bbvohyl olg tfovjzzho qgjljitiqpor of jadgax pakiplekq uyznhu, shumj in syzj psgckx olgir strybards to zovlvtj tfovjzzho. Iton is yuunxhcco to xzyqgp olg jpalhajuyt of olgir nzzcjvpssj ryb to zpe yxfurodpbq' tbecpizs.

“We'd ypd cxll mht iuvvjq iamx be onak pyse. Tdk clacijc of nzdle qudwbhvg is qzhg milaqhncj. We gyuelbz cxll an pakiplekqal uiw be auup to hulrr olg strybards qfy boewjdclx to jadgax pakiplekq, lpx jsal gpwdl vhla xgxyion a lrwuxx of pakiplekq ryb nzdle tfovjzzho,” uigp Dcxlpglghgėk.
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