The survey was conducted by the Anti-Corruption Student Network in South East Europe (ACSN SEE) and looked at the impact of widespread corruption on the quality of higher education in Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, and Serbia.
The findings were disturbing. Less than a third of the students surveyed said they would report a teacher for taking a bribe. The number goes up to two-thirds if they were to report it anonymously. In Skopje, more than half of the students believe corruption is considerably or very present at higher education institutions in Macedonia, but many said they were reluctant to report incidents of it for fear of becoming targets for revenge.“