Higher education in Afghanistan, including post-secondary education, third stage, third level, or tertiary education, falls under the Ministry of Higher Education which establishes government policies to reform higher education at Afghan universities. Following a reform in 1975 the primary and secondary education system was transformed from a 6+3+3 system into an 8+4 system, consisting of 8 years of primary education and 4 years of secondary education. The 6+3+3 system that is currently existing in Afghanistan was re-introduced only in 1990.
The Education Law of 2008 mandates nine years of compulsory education (primary education and lower secondary education). Free education through the bachelor's level in government universities is a constitutional right in Afghanistan. It is being reported in the media that across many of Afghanistan's roughly 120 private universities have reported a significant drop in students after the fall of the previous government, with many institutions nearing collapse which must not be allowed to happen.
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