Martedì, 25 Settembre 2018

EU court approves limits to university access


Strasbourg, April 2 - Rules which seek to limit the
number of students enrolling at certain institutions don't
violate the right to study, the European Court of Human Rights
said Tuesday ruling on a case brought by eight Italian students.
In its decision the court said that the so-called "closed
number" rule, which limits the number of students which can
attend university courses, is compatible with calls for the
right to study embodied in the European convention on human
The court found that the Italian rule did not exceed the
wide margin given to EU member states to regulate university
The case was brought by eight Italian citizens, including
one who had three times failed an entry exam for medical studies
at the University of Palermo.
Another six had failed enrollment exams for orthodontic
studies despite having work experience as dental technicians.
The eighth student had passed the necessary entry exams for
orthodontics specialization but was denied entry on the basis
that he had not taken a single university exam in the past eight

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