Contributions of the Institutions of Higher Education in the Public Acceptance in the Period from 2005 to 2015

Ahmed Mohammed Bilal
2019 Education Journal  
The study aimed to know the contributions of the institutions of higher education in the public acceptance of students, and to what extent can meet the wishes of many students with different disciplines. The study relied on the descriptive statistical method, which was also based on inductive and deductive analysis. The data form was time series during the period from 2005 to 2015. The most important hypotheses are the answer to the question whether the institutions of higher education
more » ... education contributed to public acceptance compared to governmental institutions. The paper also answered some questions. Are more universities and colleges open according to strategic plans? The study reached the most important results, including: 1. The expansion of institutions of higher education was a necessity dictated by social pressures and political payments. 2. Increasing the number of students who have a secondary school certificate continuously, and who are looking for institutions of higher education to complete their university studies even if this type of education is required outside the country. 3. The necessity of university qualification regardless of the requirement to obtain a job4. The National Council for Higher Education and Scientific Research explained that the increasing social demand for higher education requires the establishment of more educational institutions to reach reasonable levels of absorption for the age group 18-24 years. The most important recommendations are: 1. Continue to expand governmental and non-governmental higher education institutions to meet the needs of the labor market in order to prepare distinguished graduates who have post-graduate jobs. 2. Strategic planning of the State at all levels and the development of strategic plans must be in line with the objectives and objectives of the Supreme Council for Strategic Planning. 3. Interested in recruiting graduates of agricultural colleges and other theoretical colleges.
doi:10.11648/j.edu.20190804.12 fatcat:sujdyedwmzedlhgolqnuzmwkgq