Today Eritrea embraces rapid expansion of it’s Education Sector following the opening up of many tertiary institutions all over the country to cater for the rising demand for education and training of the youth. The government has prioritised investment in education in the hopes that it will prove a catalyst to sustainable growth and poverty reduction. This emphasis on higher education also implies that many of the country’s youth are increasingly well
The Government of Eritrea has identified human resource development, including the need to strengthen institutions of higher education, as a key priority for growth and poverty reduction. In Eritrea’s education sector, the government has rolled out an ambitious programme of expansion of higher education institutions as well as vocational training.
The public administration and education sectors were the largest segments of GDP in 2011, at 28.6%. The government is committed to maintaining high levels of social spending, especially in education.
EUCLIDE (Euclid University)
EUCLID, also called Pôle Universitaire Euclide is an international intergovernmental organization with a university charter established in 2008 and headquartered in The Gambia.
This is a list of universities in Eritrea.
- Asmara College Health Science – Asmara
- College of Arts and Social Sciences – Adi Keyh
- College of Business and Economics – Halhale
- College of Marine Sciences and Technology – Massawa
- Eritrea Institute of Technology – Mai Nefhi (College of Science and College of Engineering)
- Hamelmalo College of Agriculture – Hamelmalo Subregion
- Orota School of Medicine – Asmara