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IU Cartagena calls for halt the authorization of new titles to the UCAM (09/10/2015)

Izquierda Unida de Cartagena requires the Governing Council of the Autonomous Community the cessation of new qualifications in the UCAM.

The formation of the left denounced the proliferation of new courses in the UCAM is jeopardizing the quality of university education and the prestige of it, as well as exacerbating inequalities in access to higher education.

Moreover, this time the Autonomous Community intends to authorize the UCAM a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, and taught at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, where there has been no access restrictions.

According to the training, the purpose of the PP government is encouraging the private benefit of the UCAM, at the cost of eroding UPCT continue.

In fact, it enables the UCAM exercise competition on the commercialization of university degrees offered with guarantees against dubious quality education that takes place in public universities in the region.

In addition, simultaneously it is maintaining public education and excessive charges which makes some students are forced to abandon.

The Political Council of United Left Cartagena also calls upon all political forces in the city to defend our public university, in particular, highlights the responsibility of the municipal government in pressuring the community to not only be delayed the next year, but to avoid the implementation of these qualifications.

The left-wing organization has also stressed the responsibility of citizens, and the government of the PP in the Autonomous Community support, asking them to use to stop this decision.

And finally, it calls on the Regional Assembly to reverse or bonifique increases university fees that are putting at risk the right to higher education.

Source: IU Cartagena

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