Eritrea provides FREE education to its citizens in all levels of education
Congratulating our graduates for the fruits of their 16 – 17 years of hard work. Despite the challenges, the continued efforts on establishing and expanding quality institutions of higher learning in Eritrea started paying-off.
The Higher Education Institutions since their establishment in 2008 have graduated 29,772 in Masters, first degree and diploma including 256 in Medical Doctorate.
According to documents, the Eritrean Institute of Technology graduated 13,571, and Hamelmalo Agricultural College 4,840, College of Business and Economics 4,694, College of Science and Marine Technology 1,420, College of Arts and Social Science 1,476, Asmara College of Science and Health Technology 3515.
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CONGRATULATIONS. Training of public health professionals in Eritrea continues to pay-off.
A TOTAL of 416 students, 40% of whom are females, graduated today from Asmara College of Health Science with Degree and Diploma.
They pursued studies in patient care, pharmacy, public health and health assistance.
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African Development Bank and the Eritrean government approved a fund totaling US $21.1 million towards support to Skills Development for Employability and Entrepreneurship (SDEEP) project in Eritrea
THE African Development Bank’s (AfDB) Board of Executive Directors approved on March 3 in Abidjan a US $19-million project comprising an African Development Fund (ADF) loan of US $10.7 million and an ADF grant of US $8.3 million to boost the Technical, Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) sector. Continue reading AfDB Approves US $19m to Boost Technical Skills and Agro-Scientists in Eritrea
The Swiss Embassy in Khartoum: Please STOP Politicizing Sport
ERITREA’s passion for cycling is not news to those that have any inkling on the country’s history. In recent years a rising number of riders are being acknowledged for their professionalism, albeit reluctantly in many cases.
Only a few days ago Jock Boyer, the first American who participated in the Tour de France in 1981 gave an interview on
as head of the newly established Team Africa Rising. RFI Continue reading Petition: Switzerland Should Give Equal Visa Opportunity to Eritrean Riders
Tertiary education in Eritrea, just like primary and secondary education, is fully subsidized by the government with no tuition and accommodation fees and is expanding at a relatively rapid pace.
SUMMER is a season of multi-disciplinary harvest in the Eritrean academic calendar as thousands of Eritrean children graduate and celebrate their achievements from the various Colleges, Institutes and Technical Schools in the country.
Working on a priority basis in a bid to promote educational outreach through its “
Education for All” policy, the Eritrean government rendered 45 percent of its annual budget to provide absolutely FREE education service to all its citizens up to the tertiary level with the ultimate goal of promoting social and economic development through Education. Continue reading Eritrea and Its Season of Academic Harvest
What the Orotta School of Medicine has achieved thus far is an epitome of the brighter future of Eritrea’s Health Care System
The Orotta School of Medicine has reached a stage of regional recognition and International Accreditation following yearlong process of evaluations and reviews.
Accordingly, the School will soon get its first regional recognition from
Sudan Medical Council and International Accreditation jointly from the World Health Organization ( WHO) and World Federation for Medical Education ( MFME). Continue reading Orotta School of Medicine to get Regional Recognition and International Accreditation