Higher Education System and Institutions, Mauritius
Mauritius is a small island in the Indian Ocean having an area of 2000 km2 and a population of about 1.3 million. It became independent from the United Kingdom in 1968 and its system of government is parliamentary democracy. In 2015, its GDP per capita was USD 9252 and the literacy rate of its population was of the order of 90%.
Evolution of Higher Education
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