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Question 1: In ________, universities are divided into a few categories; private universities which are operated by private citizens, societies or companies, and public universities created by Acts of Parliament.

Question 2: In ________, all universities, institutes of technology, colleges of education, the National College of Ireland and some other third-level institutions are public, and the state pays the cost of educating its undergraduates.
IrelandNorthern IrelandIrish peopleWales

Question 3: In ________, there are 13 public universities, a university institute and a distance university.
East TimorSpainGreecePortugal

Question 4: ________ has 23 public tertiary educational institutions, either categorised as a traditional university or a comprehensive university (providing theoretical and vocational training).
MauritiusSierra LeoneSouth AfricaCanada

Question 5: ________ provided by state-run institutions is not free, as a tuition fee must be paid, although being much lower than the tuition fees of the private ones.
Crime in PortugalScience and technology in PortugalHigher education in PortugalEstado Novo (Portugal)

Question 6: There are 32 public universities in ________ as of May 2009.
PakistanMalaysiaSri LankaBangladesh

Question 7: In some regions of the world prominent public institutions are highly influential centers of research; many of these universities are ranked among the world best in the THES - QS World University Rankings and the ________.
Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2007Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2004Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2005Academic Ranking of World Universities

Question 8: [6] The University of Punjab is the biggest public university followed by the ________.
History of SindhUniversity of KarachiSir Syed University of Engineering and TechnologyInstitute of Business Administration, Karachi

Question 9: In the ________, all universities are funded mostly by government teaching and research grants except for the University of Buckingham.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesCanada

Question 10: Most universities are established and operated under provincial legislation, but a few of the oldest were founded by ________.
Rutgers UniversityRoyal charterUnited KingdomMcGill University


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