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It continues producing young, highly qualiﬁed managers selected from a pool of university graduates who pass the competitive entrance examinations to the School, complete two years of courses and practical training, and then join the civil service. According to the School's founding law (1383/1983) its graduates should have followed a fast track to the top ranks of the civil service. In practice, bureaucratic obstruction by middle-aged civil servants—who are university graduates and candidates for higher posts but not graduates of the School—has blocked the way for the School's graduates.