No essential changes are expected to the rules on admission of students to universities in 2006-2007, Trend reports quoting Maleyka Abbaszade, the chairman of the State Committee on Students Admission, as saying to a news conference on 18 April.
Like in 2006 all specialists graduated the universities have been grouped in 5 groups. The applicants have a right to select up to 8 codes of specialties referred to one and the same group. The rules set that the applicants who selected creative specialties are to pass an exam on talent and special skills prior to test exams. All rules on admission of students to the universities have been published in the 22nd issue of Abiturient magazine, according to Abbaszade.
Some changes, however, have been injected in the rules on admission to the Magistrate of the universities, she said. The admission to the Magistrate will be held in one stage. All specialists have been grouped on the base of difference curriculums.
The applicant is required to select a program which includes a direction he received a BS. Rule on admission enable all graduates of the universities to enter the Magistrate irrespective on average point of school results. Those selecting journalism will write a composition on the given topic instead of test exercises.