Cuba Raises Requirements for Higher Education

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 22 – Cuban students who aspire to enroll in universities will have to pass the exams with a minimum of 60 points, double the amount previously accepted, René Sánchez, Ministry of Higher Education director of enrollment and job placements, announced. Spanish, mathematics and history tests are required to have access to university careers on the island, reported IPS.

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