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Haiti - UEH : Back to university in January 2011
12/10/2010 11:56:52

Haiti - UEH : Back to university in January 2011
Wilson Laleau, vice-rector of the State University of Haiti (Université d’État d’Haïti UEH) confirmed yesterday that the new academic year will be in January 2011 for all UEH entities except the Faculty of Science "Faculté des Sciences Humaines" and "Faculté d’Odontologie".

The vice-rector wished to clarify that no student may attend two entities of UEH at a time "and that the rector will take all necessary measures against any student who wants to circumvent this disposition. He took advantage of this announce, to appeal to the understanding of students.

Margaret René, meanwhile, announced that registration will occur in three stages. Payment of 500 gourds per case filed (maximum 3), complete registration forms, deposit the registration forms in the faculties chosen by the student. "Once admitted, students must choose one of them, even if it passes the examination of all faculties".

For its part, Gerin Colo, Dean of the "Faculté de Droit" stated that "each student applicant may enroll in three units of UEH but he must then choose the unit in which it will follow its course". He noted that most public and private universities in the country were destroyed or seriously damaged by the earthquake in January, and that these measures were designed to facilitate entry to UEH as many students as possible, adding that "UEH not afford to cope with the pressure of demand".

S/ HaitiLibre

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