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Online admissions started at the universities of the Far East

20.06.2020 110 просмотров

Applicants will be able to submit documents through the websites of educational institutions, through the State Services and at the branches of the Russian Post.


According to TASS, the documents of those wishing to get higher education have already begun to accept the universities of the Far East in a remote format. An admission campaign has been organized on the websites of educational institutions, where you should carefully study the new rules for admission.

Applications can be submitted before the results of the Unified State Examination, which school graduates will be able to pass from July 3 to 23. The application deadline is August 18, then enrollment in universities will begin in four stages. “Applicants still have the opportunity to apply to five universities for three areas of study each,” the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Khabarovsk Territory reports.

The coronavirus pandemic has dictated new rules and new technologies. At the Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service, both Russian and foreign applicants were able to get online consultations. Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) conducts remote meetings in the live Q&A format in English, Chinese and Russian. Russian higher education institutions are actively offering programs of greatest interest to students from China, India, the Republic of Korea, Southeast Asia, the Persian Gulf, and the CIS.

educational programs, including "Human Psychology in the Digital World", "Organizational Psychology" and "Theory and History of Art". FEFU began to recruit undergraduates in the field of "Digital laser technologies, fiber optic networks".

ZabGU, the leading university in the Trans-Baikal Territory, has announced three new educational programs for enrolling applicants. The university received licenses for training specialists in the areas of "Information Security of Telecommunication Systems", "Economic Security" and "Technospheric Security".

In accordance with Vladimir Putin's statement that  that the targeted admission to the residency of medical universities in scarce specialties should be increased to almost 100%, additional budget places were allocated for applicants from two medical colleges in Buryatia, where specialists with a secondary medical education are trained. 

Federal University has approved 700 places for admission to targeted education. The largest number of target places were allocated for medical specialties - "General Medicine", "Pediatrics", "Medical and preventive work".

The target enrollment was also increased in Primorye. Thus, at the Pacific State Medical University (TSMU), 328 applicants will be accepted for training in targeted areas, which is almost 50 more than last year. Deputy Director of the Vladivostok Basic Medical College Natalya Ananyina said that this year 50 more people will be able to enter the specialty "Nursing".

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