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Following the 3535 introduction of an excange programme between public and privates universities in Imperial Union of Gaia and the Socialist Union of Mandarr, Green proposed legislation that would allow for the creation of the Soviet Federal University System (SFUS). This system is designed to provide a culturally, linguisticly, and academically rich experience for youth in all Soviet member states. Whereas existing national structures will remain, this system is designed to operate approximately twenty universities, opened by charter, across the Soviet Federation. It was adopted at a council session in 3540.
The text of the proposed document follows.
Given the extreme yet intangible value that cultural exchange can offer to youth in particular, the Soviet Federation is compelled to set up and maintain a Soviet Federal University System. This system will meet the following criteria in order to be of maximal utility to the federation at large.
The system will be funded exclusively from the Federation and from the state running the university. Exisiting as well as new universities will be considered.
For a university to be opened, the member state must submit a charter request to the Soviet Affairs bureau to be approved for service. The executive branch is responible for managing requests for universities to enter.
A university must have a dedicated site to showcase its programmes and services in order to be considered for a charter.
All member states are eligible to submit a charter and will not be discriminated against on the basis of the economic status of the country. Nations that can demonstrate their ability to provide cultural or economic advantage above the normal threshold will be allowed to submit an additional charter. No member state may have more than two universities.
All universities will have locally-developed programmes but will have to conform with quotas determined by the Soviet Affairs bureau. All efforts should be made to ensure that members have access to reliable and sustainable higher education services.
All students should be subject to entrance examinations offered in any recognised language of the Soviet Federation.
This was one of the few pieces of legislation from that did not gather a significant amount of detraction from general membership. While most in the federation approved of the legislation, Redo of the CDU opposed the financing structure and therefore cast his vote against it. Nonetheless the council adopted it in 3540.
The Original Four were the first universities to apply for charters and were accepted with the passing of the legislation in 3540. These four universities represented veteran republics of the Soviet Federation: Greenwood, Staraya, Coastal Rock, and the Volusian Confederacy. Beyond this there are several members of the Soviet People's University, a public entity that is run federally for the benefit of the brightest soviets.
|Rockshire University||Coastal Rock||3231||50,000||
Adanac Central University
|Volusian Confederacy||2998||12,000||Law, Education||3540|
|Republican National University||Starayan Republic||3373||83,000||Science, Medicine, Engineering||3540|
|Port Hamilton College||Greenwood||3364||11,000||Arts, Commerce, Law||3540|
|Coral Institute of Technology||Imperial Union of Gaia||3265||21,000||Science, Medicine, and Engineering||3540|
|Soviet People's University||Nation||Est||Enrol||Faculties||Join|
|SPURC (Revolution Center)||Socialist Union of Mandarr||3537||40,000||Science, Economics||3540|
|SPULC (Liberty Center)||Socialist Union of Mandarr||3537||17,000||Arts||3540|
|SPUF (Faubourg)||Caraden||3537||11,000||Engineering, Technology||3540|
|SPUH (Halifax)||Volusian Conferacy||3541||27,000||Arts, Economics||3541|
|SPUPKR (Petrograd, Kalin, Rayon)||Starayan Republic||3545||16,000||Arts, Science, Engineering||3545|