An Open Day: applicants get to know how to receive European degree in Mariupol
At Mariupol State University school leavers were told why should they continue to study in their hometown. Today was an Open Day at the Mariupol State University, which began with the fair-presentation of the majors.
At the general meeting with future entrants, Konstantin Balabanov, rector of MSU told about the history of the University, the possibility of participation in foreign internships, an active work of the University in strengthening both city image and Ukraine. Konstantin Balabanov also noted that the University has many unique majors for the Donetsk region. Only here you can get the profession of ecologist, journalist, diplomat, translator of Italian and modern Greek languages and etc.
Juniors Olena Kurkchi and Anastasia Dedesh came to the Open Day from Sartana. Pupils from a specialized school №8 has already determined both with the university and with the future profession - they plan to enter Mariupol State University on the major "Translation and Interpreting (English)”.
Julia Demidova reminded that the university receives a fixed amount of budget places, which often affects on the choice of applicants. Additional budget places are allocated for those applicants who livenear the delimitation line and in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. At the university Donbas-Ukraine educational center has been operating for three years for them and offers a simplified entry procedure - without passing an external independent testing.
Those applicants who wish to get a higher education in Mariupol are offered 39 bachelor programs. And those who will can the university, will study in renovated and equipped with modern technology classes, will have good teachers and a full student life, - said Sergey Yarovoy, the Head of the Student Council.
“We do our best to ensure that our students can receive high-quality European education, can learn foreign languages and also participate in international projects. Our city is dynamically developing now, and we support the strategy of this development. Therefore, our goal is to keep our youth, attract applicants from other regions and especially those who live in Donbas temporarily occupied territory. And for this we have to show that Mariupol is the city of the opportunities, and modern European city,” - said Konstantin Balabanov, Rector of Mariupol State University.