Ohec tells 10 private unis to fix flawed courses
98 programmes 'fail standards test'
- 10 Mar 2017 at 07:05
- WRITER: DUMRONGKIAT MALA
Supat Jampathong, secretary general of the Office of Higher Education Commission: Lack of qualified teachers (Photo by Tawatchai Kemgumnerd)
The Office of the Higher Education Commission (Ohec) has threatened to wind up 98 bachelor's and master's programmes run by 10 private universities after a probe found the courses did not meet its quality standards.
Ohec recently conducted a special audit of private universities nationwide after it received petitions claiming many private universities had offered substandard courses by admitting a higher number of students into some programmes than permitted.
The investigation found a total of 98 bachelor's and master's programmes run by 10 private universities failed to meet minimum requirements.
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