Most Students Believe Universities Below European Standards
The majority of full-time students at domestic universities, 55%, believe the education system does not meet European standards, while 31% have a neutral position, and only 14% think it reaches that standard, the K&H youth index for the fourth quarter of last year revealed, according to hrportal.hu.
In the decade since 2012, the survey results published every quarter show a varied picture of the perception of higher education.
In the first half of the period, 19-43% of students considered the quality of education to be at the European level; in the second five-year cycle, weaker results were achieved.
The lowest point was in 2018, when rates fell below 10%.
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