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The Education Systemin Madagascar
A significant proportion of the adult population is illiterate. The female youth literacy rate is below the male youth literacy rate. Public expenditure on education was at 16.4% of total government expenditure in the 2000-2007 period. Public current expenditure on primary education per pupil is at about US$57.The University of Madagascar, established as an Institute for Advanced Studies in 1955 in Antananarivo and renamed in 1961, is the main institute of higher education. It maintains six separate, independent branches in Antananarivo, Antsiranana, Fianarantsoa, Toamasina, Toliara, and Mahajanga (prior to 1988, the latter five institutions were provincial extensions of the main university in Antananarivo.) The university system consists of several faculties, including law and economics, sciences, and letters and human sciences, and numerous schools that specialize in public administration, management, medicine, social welfare, public works, and agronomy. The baccalauréat is required for admission to the university.

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