After the publication of the rating lists of entrants recommended for enrollment in the budget, the Admissions Committee of KhNTUA again reached the strings of entrants. This time with the original documents required for admission to the university. In principle, they can already be welcomed with admission, although the official order of enrollment in the university will be issued by August 9 this year, and the transfer to vacant positions of the state order will take place by August 19.
As we were told in the Admissions Committee of KhNTUA, out of the whole contingent of entrants who applied to the university, more than 300 people were recommended for enrollment in the state order, who scored the highest number of points according to the results of a wide competition. It is possible that some of these entrants also received recommendations for enrollment in other higher education institutions. Therefore, by August 9, they will still have a choice of where to study and in what form (perhaps someone will want to transfer to a contract). But it seems that the vast majority of entrants have already decided on these issues and decided to submit the original documents to our university. And, not only state employees, but also contractors.
For example, today in the Admissions Committee we met Kateryna Provozyon from Kharkiv, who came with her mother to apply for admission to the specialty 075 Marketing. The girl has chosen a contract form of study and hopes to get a good profession at our university. Iryna Shinkaryova from the village of Andriivka, Izium district, who is entering the specialty 076 Entrepreneurship, trade and exchange activities, is counting on the same.
Despite the large influx of entrants, the Admissions Committee works in the usual way, in a coordinated and professional manner. There are no delays in receiving documents. Minor misunderstandings that arise during the receipt of documents are resolved in a working order.
At the same time, the university conducts professional entrance exams for those entrants who enter the bachelor’s degree in the accelerated form of education. Today, such tests were taken by entrants who already have a junior bachelor’s degree and plan to continue their studies in related specialties: 101 Ecology, 201 Agronomy, 208 Agroengineering, 274 Road transport and others.
We wish our entrants to successfully pass all the tests and become students of the university, which is already preparing for the new academic year and for big changes.
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