16 155 state-funded places provided for admission at Tatarstan’s higher educational institutions
14 August 2012, Tuesday
16 155 state-funded places, including 11 650 places for full-time tuition were provided for admission at Tatarstan’s higher educational institutions in 2012. For comparison, the republican higher educational institutions provided 15 672 state-funded places in 2011. Such information has been presented by Tatarstan’s Deputy Minister of education and science Andrei Pominov today.
The briefing was traditionally held in format of video conference with all municipal regions, and was broadcasted on-line.
By and large, 84 institutions of higher professional education, including 19 state universities, admitted students in July and August of 2012.
This year, Tatarstan’s non-government higher educational institutions admitted students for state-funded places for the first time.
Andrei Pominov informed that entrants could submit applications to not more than 5 institutions and 3 training areas in every institution. Thus, each entrant could apply for enrollment by 15 training areas.
More than 100 000 applications have been submitted for state-funded places by a full-time tuition. Average competition at the republican higher educational institutions made 9 persons per one place.
On February 12, at their meeting at the Government House of the republic, Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin and First Deputy Head of the Office of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Almaz Kenebaev discussed issues of cooperation and interaction in a number of areas.
On February 11, at the Korston Entertainment Complex, speaking at a summing up meeting of the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the republic, Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin said that Tatarstan is the most important part of the production infrastructure of the republic and provides daily activities of people, contributes to the accomplishment of social and economic goals of the republic, provides conditions for maintaining economic growth rates, improving the level and quality of life of people.
On February 8, speaking at a joint meeting of the Council of Zelenodolsk municipal region and the Council of the town of Zelenodolsk, Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin said that Zelenodolsk occupies a special place in the life of Tatarstan and has significant potential for its further development.