Students on strike, cutbacks have left students unable to complete their studies

ANGRY university and higher level secondary school students went on strike again on Thursday 22 in protest over the new LOMCE education system and three year degrees.

The so-called 3+2 degree system has reduced the length of Degree courses by one year and added one to Masters Degrees and that and other cutbacks have left an estimated 70,000 students unable to complete their studies.

On Thursday evening, students gathered to protest outside Malaga City’s Vialia commercial centre in a rally organised by Malaga for Public Education association and supported by various student groups from the University of Malaga.

The strikes were held all over Spain as students continue to fight the government’s measures, which studies have revealed could add an extra €12,000 to the cost families have to cover to get their Degrees.

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