The right to education guaranteed by Article 2 of Protocol 11 by its very nature calls for regulation by the state, but such regulation must never injure the substance of the right nor conflict with other rights enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights or its Protocols2. It is therefore not, in principle, contrary to Article 2 of Protocol 1 to restrict access to certain, limited higher educational facilities on the basis of academic achievement
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