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Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin
Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin

Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin

Foundation programs for applicants

Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin, implements the preparation of applicants for admission to the university. Foundation programs are popular among students, so each applicant can choose their own preparation based on the following list:

• evening foundation programs,

• short-term preparation courses for centralized testing,

• short-term preparation courses for university entrance examinations,

• preparatory course for foreign citizens.

The mission of the foundation programs is to fill the knowledge gaps of applicants to ensure successful passing of the entrance examinations.

The cost of training per academic year in one subject is 180 BYN.

Each student is given the right to choose a convenient learning system and the number of subjects.

In a group, up to 12 people are engaged, which allows you to monitor the quality of the preparation of each applicant and detect gaps in knowledge in time.

The minimum number of people enables the teacher to answer all the students' questions and get to know their level of knowledge better.

Foundation programs for CT help students to learn in depth the subjects of the relevant specialty. The training program includes:

• consultation on the procedure for conducting CT;

• analysis of testing materials from previous years;

• conducting training testing.

The duration of courses for foreign citizens is 10 months.

Those students who have completed the entire course and passed the special exam are issued a certificate of completion of the preparatory course.

Tuition fees for foreign citizens: $ 1600.

University admission

To make a decision on admission, you must familiarize yourself with all the nuances of training. To do this, go to the official website of the university. There you will find information about the specialties of the university, view the calendar of planned events and fill out the applicant's application form.

To enter the university, you need to go through 6 steps:

1. Choice of specialty;

2. Centralized testing;

3. Submission of documents;

4. Intra-university exams;

5. Enrollment;

6. First day of school.