Of higher education and institutions offering vocational training educational institutions are reportedly acting illegally. Is a serious matter for the Ministry of Higher Education and the Department of Education asked for an investigation to shed light on a number of disturbing enough information. Misled, students find themselves, once registered with the provision of services not live up to what was originally promised.
In some cases, they are downright courses that are neither accredited nor approved that are offered. In recent weeks, several complaints have also been filed against an institution located in Ebony. It has recruited foreign and Mauritian students, but have misled. This promising them particularly low rates of guaranteed work and for foreigners, a permanent residence permit after five years on the Mauritian soil. All this has however proved wrong. But it would not be the only one on the market today.
But to have the heart net, an investigation will be opened at the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the Mauritius Qualifications Authority (MQA). The first part of the Ministry of Higher Education, while the second is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education.
AT Parliament last Wednesday, the Minister of Higher Education, Rajesh Jeetah, conceded that there are some concerns. "I'm aware of that institution, that I understand, because of the false advertising, not Mauritius, but I think outside of the country. "
But this is not the only reason for this investigation. "This is due to other local institutions that I have asked my permanent secretary to look into the legal provisions to control what happens. (...). I am well aware and perhaps should not make confusion between the TEC and the MQA. I had discussions with my colleague, the Minister of Education and we look at the problem, "Rajesh Jeetah should declare the postponement of parliamentary proceedings around 23:30 on Wednesday. Therefore, it had to admit that "there are institutions that do not work properly and we are investigating it."