09 June 2014, Monday, 18:16

BSU and USPTU received additional state-funded places for students from Crimea

author: Elmira Sabirova

The Ministry of Education and Science has allocated total 24 additional state-funded places for teaching children from Crimea and Sevastopol at Bashkir State University (BSU) and Ufa State Petroleum Technological University (USPTU).

12 state-funded places are provided at BSU for students from two new subjects of Russia: 10 — at bachelor's course and two — at master’s course.

USPTU is allocated six places at bachelor's course or specialty and the same number at master’s course for applicants from Crimea.

The state-funded places for Crimean school-leavers are allocated in all public universities additionally, thus Bashkortostan entrants have no reason to worry, the Ministry of Education RB informs.