Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Science and Higher Education Jarosław Gowin, on March 1 at the Warsaw University of Technology Assembly Hall during the conference and presentation of the proposals of assumptions for the higher education system Law 2.0.
Three teams of experts, which prepared proposals of assumptions for the new Law on Higher Education, presented them on Wednesday at Warsaw University of Technology. The new law will first and foremost benefit students - declared the Minister of Science Jarosław Gowin.
In 2016, Ministry of Science and Higher Education decided that a completely new law was needed - the Law on Higher Education - which regulates the functioning of Polish universities, called the Law 2.0. At the end of May 2016, Ministry of Science selected three independent research teams in a competition. The teams received grants to prepare and consult the assumptions for the new Law. At the end of January they submitted their projects to the Ministry of Science.