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  MASTER'S COURSE

According to the Order of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus dated June 16, 2009 732, the educational institution "Baranovichi State University" launched in 2010 the second stage of higher education (master) on the specialities "General Pedagogics, History of Pedagogics and Education" (1-08 80 06) and "Machine Building and Engineering Science" (1-36 80 03).

The magistracy admission procedure and conditions are regulated by the Statute on The Second Stage of Higher Education adopted by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus 68 dated January 18, 2008.

Documents required for the admission to BarSU Magistracy:

  • application on admission addressed to the Rector;
  • original and copy of diploma of higher education and supplement;
  • extract from the minutes of the Faculty Council of the Institution of education recommending to carry out master's studies ( for students graduating in 2011) signed by the Dean and certified by the Faculty seal;
  • copy of service record (for working entrants);
  • medical certificate for masters entrants ( form 086/ );
  • certificate of registration (for entrants registered at the Executive Committee Department of Labor, Employment and Social Protection);
  • documents confirming the nationality (for Belarusian entrants citizens of foreign states or stateless people);
  • copy of passport;
  • 4 photos 3x4;
  • list and copies of published research works, reports on carried out researches, certificates of international and national Olympiads, student scientific research contests and other materials;
  • passport is rendered personally;

The required documents are to be presented in June to the following address: 225404, 21 Voikov Str. Baranovichi.

The document admission is carried out from June 27, 2011 till July 5, 2011.

The entrance examination (an oral exam) takes place on July 6-12.

The admission to Magistracy is conducted till

  • July 14 - for free studies
  • July 17 - for paid studies

Academic year starts on September 1.