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University of Leicester (University of Leicester)

Address:  University Road, Leicester LE1 7RH

Description University of Leicester (University of Leicester)

University of Leicester is one of the most reputable universities in the UK . Founded in 1921 as a college with a contingent of 9 students, today the University of Leicester can accept simultaneously more than 23,000 students. 16% of the contingent of the university are foreigners from 120 countries of the world.

The University has a convenient location. Its campus is a mile from the center of Leicester, a city with an interesting history, rich in architectural and cultural attractions. A sample of British architecture are the university buildings themselves. They reflect the palette of architectural solutions of the twentieth century.

The institution is also known as an authoritative research center. The results of projects in the field of archeology, criminology, and British history are of special value and international importance in the university.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in University of Leicester (University of Leicester)

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
07.09.2018 -10.06.2019
18+
from 15 980 £ / year

Short information. Standard three-year course of the first higher education (profile, without narrow specialization).

About the program. Bachelor's programs at Leicester University are available at the faculties of social sciences, sciences, medicine, law, education, and art. Each course provides theory and practice within the student's chosen profile. Theoretical preparation is given more attention. On the first courses students study general and profile subjects in the ratio 2: 1. The third year of study is specialized. Attention students are offered core subjects and practice in the chosen field of activity.

Students age: 18+

Start dates: September.

Requirements for enrollment: Certificate or GCSE, A-level, IB, IELTS from 6.0 or TOEFL from 80 (minimum requirements for applicants of faculties of law and medicine 7,0 / 100, 7,5 / 110 respectively).

The result of training: a bachelor's degree, high quality of profile knowledge, employment prospects abroad.

Cost: from 13395 GBP per year.

07.09.2018 -10.06.2019
21+
from 19 070 £ / year

Short information. Postgraduate program, designed for 1-2 years, characterized by a narrow specialization and practical orientation.

About the program. Master's programs in all faculties of the university include profile theoretical training of specialists and practice (internship) in the organizations of the relevant field of activity. Students receive experience in project management, participation in scientific research, teaching of special disciplines (depending on the priority vector of education).

Students age: 21+

Start dates: September.

Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree, IELTS from 6.5 (7.0 - 7.5 for Law, and medicine), summaries, recommendations (professional, academic), motivation letter.

The result of the training: quality academic and practical training, demanded specialty, career prospects in Europe.

The cost: of 14,000 GBP per year.

01.09.2017 -10.06.2018
17+
from 15 500 £ / year

The International Year One.

1. Age of participants: from 18 years old

2. Duration of the programs: 3 semesters

3. Classes start: January, September

4. Level of education: Diploma of graduation with good grades + one year of additional education

5. Knowledge of the English language: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in the Letter section)

6. Participants: students of foreign countries.

International Year One is an adapted first year undergraduate program designed specifically for international students planning to enroll in the University of Leicester. To participate in the program, you must have a certain level of education and knowledge of the English language (in case of a language level inconsistency, you can take special courses). The program lasts 3 semesters and has two versions of the annual schedule, with the beginning of classes in January or September. Training is conducted in one direction: Research in Management (Management Studies). Students study:

  • Academic English. Development of English language skills for university level studies
  • Skills of study in the university. Students master the skills necessary for successful study and gaining knowledge
  • The body of thematic disciplines. These include academic disciplines, focused on areas most useful for the direction of learning. Students receive the necessary knowledge and foundation for the further process of studying and developing their professional abilities.

The learning process is structured in such a way as to combine different types of classes for switching attention and better mastering the material. These include:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Independent work
  • Working with tutorials and sources
  • Interactive lectures and seminars
  • Group work on a specific project.

To regularly check the success of the learning process, students perform various activities, such as: course projects, exams, presentations and extended essays. Teachers build a feedback system with each student, and are always ready to clarify all the difficult moments. Much attention is paid to developing students' skills in public speaking, presenting presentations and defending their point of view. In addition to academic disciplines, students receive advice on career development. University specialists help to identify specific areas and positions of professional activity, which are most preferable for each student. All students during the training period undergo a process of adaptation to the education system and life in Britain.

After the completion of the program, students enter the second year of the undergraduate degree at the University of Leicester in the chosen specialty (from among the available ones).

Directions of Education, Training Programs and Available Bachelor's Programs:

Direction: Research in Management (Management Studies).

Modules of the training program:

  • Academic English. The program of the module is aimed at the comprehensive development of language skills for university purposes. During the training, students develop the following skills and skills: effective reading and perception skills, grammar and vocabulary, skills for effective participation in seminars and lectures, presentation of presentations, public speaking, listening. During their studies, students also acquire the skills to correctly and accurately express their thoughts and ideas in a strict academic form (both written and oral)
  • Fundamentals of management. The course is devoted to the study of key concepts and theories necessary for conducting analysis in the field of management. The course is closely interrelated with social and humanitarian knowledge
  • Information Technology. Topics of the module: IT skills and their use in the academic and educational context, the role of IT in management
  • Economics for management. The program of the module is devoted to the analysis of global economic changes that have occurred over the past three to four decades, and the study of characteristics and patterns of markets and their increasing role in people's lives
  • Fundamentals of knowledge. Themes of the module: the fundamental foundations of knowledge, the requirements for knowledge, the relationship between knowledge and beliefs, the political, economic and institutional context in which education, education and knowledge production take place, philosophy as the main foundation of knowledge (including "epistemology"),
  • Introduction to accounting. Themes of the module: accounting concepts and their use for financial reporting, skills of determining the profitability of an organization, analysis of financial data
  • Introduction to marketing. The module is devoted to the study of the fundamental concepts and principles underlying the marketing process. A brief and up-to-date overview of all aspects of marketing is given, and the role and place of marketing in a rapidly changing business environment
  • Quantitative methods. Topics: theory and practice of effective quantitative research and analysis of quantitative data for academic purposes, evaluation and analysis of quantitative research in applied contexts of professional management.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Research in the field of management (marketing) (Management Studies (Marketing), BA (Hons))
  • Research in Management (Finance) (Management Studies (Finance), BA (Hons))
  • Research in the field of management (organizational studies) (Management Studies (Organization Studies Studies), BA (Hons))
  • Research in the field of management (Management Studies, BA (Hons)).

Entry requirements:

1. Age: from 18 years old

2. Diploma of finishing school with good grades + one year of additional education

3. Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in the Letter section).

Beginning of classes: January, September.

The academic year is divided into semesters:

  • Semester 1: from January 8 to March 23
  • Semester 2: from 3 April to 9 June
  • Semester 3: from June 11 to August 10.

The cost of the International Year One:

  • Studies in Management (Management Studies) = 15500 £ / year of study (3 semesters).

International Foundation Year

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the program: 3 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, September
  • Level of education: high school diploma with good marks
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in the Writing section)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: foreign citizens (not citizens of the European Union and Britain).
  • The International Foundation Year is designed for foreign participants who need to bring the level of knowledge and English language in line with the requirements of the university, and also undergo an adaptation process. The course lasts 3 semesters and has two start dates - in January or September. To participate in the program you need to have a certain level of language and education (if necessary, you can take special English courses).

    Training is conducted in 4 directions:

  • Economics and Management (Economics and Management)
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Science
  • Society and Culture.
  • Each direction includes several carefully selected and developed modules, through which all the questions and topics needed for the chosen direction are revealed. Modules include:

  • English academic language. Students actively work on improving their language, develop the ability to express their ideas clearly and clearly, get used to using the language in everyday life and the learning process
  • Basic discipline. The basic subject for the chosen direction is studied
  • Research project. Each student during his studies conducts his own research - so he gets an understanding of what includes studying at the university and what standards / rules must be observed in order to become a successful student
  • Subject disciplines. This includes subjects, work on which gives students a complete picture of the topics in the chosen direction and reveals interesting details and details.
  • Classes are conducted exclusively by highly qualified teachers, real masters of their craft. The course includes various types of classes that constantly alternate and enable students to switch their attention and rest. Types of classes:

  • Lectures and interactive lectures
  • Seminars and Extended Seminars
  • Individual work
  • Working with sources and literature
  • Work in groups and mini-groups
  • Research and experiments.
  • For regular monitoring of academic progress, various tests are regularly carried out:

  • Exams and "invisible" exams
  • Tests
  • Preparation and presentation of presentations
  • Writing extended essays
  • Course project (research work).
  • Teachers and university specialists pay great attention to the process of adapting students to the education system and way of life at the university. Students receive effective help on all emerging issues, both academic and everyday. After successful completion of the training, graduates enter the first course of the available bachelor's specialties at the University of Leicester.

    Directions of training, program content and available bachelor's specialties:

    Direction "Economics and Management" (Economics and Management).

    1. The main modules of the training program:

  • Academic English
  • Basic mathematics. The module is focused on studying topics from algebra and statistics. Students develop an understanding of mathematical terms and methods, and apply them to solve problems
  • Research.
  • 2. Subject modules:

  • Business and the modern market economy. Themes: operational and strategic problems faced by businessmen in the modern market economy; management, human resources, marketing and ethical aspects
  • Economy (part 1). Topics: economic systems, types of goods, resource allocation, elasticity, price control, types of markets, cost and income, economies of scale
  • Economy (part 2). Topics: aggregate demand, economic policy, inflation, unemployment, international trade and development economics
  • Globalization and global problems. The module is devoted to the study and analysis of problems and dynamics that led to the formation of modern political life and society at the international, transnational and global levels. The themes of the module disclose the causes and consequences of globalization
  • Introduction to financial accounting. Topics: preparation of trial balances, profit and loss statements, depreciation, limited liability companies, production accounts and interpretation of accounts.
  • The direction "Society and Culture" (Society and Culture).

    1. The main modules of the training program:

  • Academic English
  • General Mathematics
  • Research project.
  • 2. Subject modules:

  • Business and the modern market economy
  • Economy (part 1)
  • Globalization and global problems. This module focuses on identifying the causes and consequences of the globalization process, students are studying all the issues and topics related to these issues
  • Media resources and society. Themes: key concepts in various media events, the role and influence of media resources in the context of a wider society
  • Right. Themes: the legal framework in institutions, procedures and methodology, the tradition of English law and the legal system, the application of the law and the constitutional context in which it operates.
  • Bachelor's programs available after the directions "Economics and Management", "Society and Culture" (Society and Culture):

  • Archeology (Archaeology, BA)
  • Ancient History and Archeology (BA)
  • Banking and Finance (BA)
  • Business Economics (BA)
  • Economy (Economics, BA)
  • Economics and Accounting (BA)
  • Financial Economics (BA)
  • Banking and Finance (BSc)
  • Business Economics (BSc)
  • Economy (Economics, BSc)
  • Economics and Accounting (BSc)
  • Financial Economics (BSc)
  • Criminology (BSc)
  • Human Geography (BA)
  • Geography (Geography, BA)
  • Geography (Geography, BSc)
  • History (History, BA)
  • Contemporary History (BA)
  • History and Politics (BA)
  • History and American Studies (History and American Studies, BA)
  • History and Archeology (History and Archeology, BA)
  • Ancient History Ancient (History and History, BA)
  • Film research and visual arts (Film Studies and the Visual Arts, BA)
  • Film and Media Studies (BA)
  • History of Art (History of Art, BA)
  • English and French Law (LLB)
  • Law (Law, LLB)
  • Law and Criminology (Law with Criminology, LLB)
  • Law and Politics (Law with Politics, LLB0)
  • Law and Modern Languages ​​(Law with a Modern Language, LLB)
  • Management Studies (BA)
  • Management (Finance) (Management Studies (Finance), BA)
  • Management (marketing) (Management Studies (Marketing), BA)
  • Management Studies (Management Studies (Organization Studies), BA)
  • Management and Politics (Management Studies with Politics, BA)
  • Management and Economics (Management Studies and Economics, BA)
  • Accounting and Finance (BSc)
  • Media and Communication (BA)
  • Media and Society (BA)
  • European Studies (BA)
  • French and Italian (BA)
  • French and Spanish (BA)
  • Italian and Spanish (BA)
  • Modern language studies (Modern Language Studies, BA)
  • Modern Languages ​​and Translation (BA)
  • Modern Languages ​​with Management (BA)
  • Modern languages ​​and film studies (Modern Languages ​​with Film Studies, BA)
  • Politics (Politics, BA)
  • International Relations (BA)
  • International Relations and History (BA)
  • Politics and Sociology (BA)
  • Politics and Economics (BA)
  • Psychology (Psychology, BSc)
  • Applied Psychology (Applied Psychology, BSc)
  • Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (Psychology with Cognitive Neuroscience, BSc)
  • Sociology (Sociology, BA).
  • IMPORTANT! Students can apply to these specialties after technical directions.

    Direction "Science" (Science).

    1. The main modules of the training program:

  • Academic English
  • Mathematics (part 1). Topics: direct and linear equations, set theory and probability, statistics, linear programming, indices and logarithms, experimental laws
  • Research project (for a given topic).
  • 2. Subject modules:

  • Biology (part 1). Topics: biological molecules, cellular structure, cell division, movement through cell membranes, enzymes and metabolic pathways
  • Biology (part 2). Topics: cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system, control, coordination and reproduction systems
  • Chemistry (part 1). Topics: formulas, equations and moles, atomic structure, introduction to oxidation-reduction systems, thermodynamics
  • Chemistry (part 2). Topics: equilibrium, acid-base balance, kinetics and organic chemistry
  • Further research in the field of biology and chemistry. Topics: genetics, ecology and plant biology, inorganic chemistry, oxidation / reduction reactions and transition element chemistry.
  • Bachelor's programs available after the direction of "Science":

  • Biological Sciences (BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (Biochemistry) (BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (Genetics) (Biological Sciences (Genetics), BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (Microbiology) (Biological Sciences (Microbiology), BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (Neurology) (Biological Sciences (Neuroscience), BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (Psychology and Pharmacology) (Biological Sciences (Physiology with Pharmacology), BSc)
  • Biological Sciences (zoology) (Biological Sciences (Zoology), BSc)
  • Medical Biochemistry (BSc)
  • Medical Genetics (BSc)
  • Medical Microbiology (BSc)
  • Medical Psychology (Medical Physiology, BSc)
  • Chemistry (Chemistry, BSc)
  • Chemistry and Forensic Science (BSc)
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry (BSc)
  • Chemistry (Chemistry, MChem)
  • Chemistry and Forensic Science (Chemistry with Forensic Science, MChem)
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MChem)
  • Computer science (Computer Science, MComp)
  • Computer science (Computer Science, BSc)
  • Physical Geography (BSc)
  • Geology (Geology, BSc)
  • Geology and Paleobiology (Geology with Palaeobiology, BSc)
  • Geology with applied geology and geology of the environment (Geology with Applies and Environmental Geology, BSc)
  • Geology and Geophysics (BSc)
  • Geology and geophysics (Geology with Geophysics, MGeol).
  • Direction Engineering and Technology.

    1. Main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Mathematics (part 1)
  • Research project (each student performs his work on the chosen topic).
  • 2. Subject modules:

  • Mechanics (part 1). Topics: vectors, forces and equilibrium, relative motion, Newton's laws of motion, friction and work, energy and strength
  • Mechanics (part 2). Topics: advanced vectors, forces as fixed vectors, centers of gravity / centers of mass and particle dynamics
  • Physics (part 1). Topics: sound, reflection, refraction, interference, diffraction, electromagnetic waves, the strength of solids, liquids, heating, gases and the structure of an atom
  • Physics (part 2). Topics: electric current and charge, potential difference, resistance, capacitance, transistors and amplifiers, electric fields, gravitational fields, magnetic fields and electromagnetic fields
  • Mathematics (part 2). Topics from algebra, geometry, trigonometry, differentiation, integration, numerical methods and vectors.
  • Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Engineering:

  • Aerospace (Aerospace, BEng)
  • Electronic systems and electricity (Electronic and Electrical, BEng)
  • General questions (General, BEng)
  • Mechanical (BEng)
  • Aerospace (Aerospace, MEng)
  • Electronic and Electrical Systems (Electronic and Electrical, MEng)
  • General Questions (General, MEng)
  • Mechanical (MEng)
  • Software Engineering (Software Engineering, BSc)
  • Mathematics (Mathematics, MMath)
  • Mathematics (BSc)
  • Mathematics and Actuarial Science (BSc)
  • Physics (Physics, BSc)
  • Physics (Physics, MPhys)
  • Physics and Astrophysics (BSc)
  • Physics and Astrophysics (Physics with Astrophysics, MPhys)
  • Physics, Space Science and Technology (BSc)
  • Physics with Space Science and Technology (MPhys)
  • Geology (Geology, BSc)
  • Geology and Paleobiology (Geology with Palaeobiology, BSc)
  • Geology with applied geology and geology of the environment (Geology with Applies and Environmental Geology, BSc)
  • Geology and Geophysics (BSc)
  • Geology and geophysics (Geology with Geophysics, MGeol).
  • REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

    • Age of participants: 17 years
    • Participants are foreign citizens (not EU citizens and Britons)
    • English language level for participation: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in the letter section)
    • Level of education: high school diploma with good grades (minimum GPA 4.0).

    DAYS OF TRIMESTORS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

    Beginning of classes: January, September.

    The academic year is divided into semesters:

    1. Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 8 to March 23
  • Semester 2: from 3 April to 9 June
  • Semester 3: from June 11 to August 10.
  • 2. Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 17 to November 30
  • Semester 2: from 7 January to 22 March
  • Semester 3: from April 1 to June 7.
  • The cost of training is:

  • Directions "Economics and Management", "Society and Culture" (Society and Culture) = 15160 £
  • Directions "Engineering and Technology", "Science" (Science) = 16130 £.
  • Accommodation and food

    The University of Leicester offers two types of accommodation: self-service and paid services (half board, room cleaning, laundry services). Freshmen are guaranteed places in residences on campus. Students of the Master's program and senior undergraduate courses are offered a choice of accommodation in dormitories, apartments, apartments. Also in the institution of higher education, an individual accommodation option can be selected individually.

    Subjects, specialties

    Subjects list: Accounting and Finance BSc, Accounting BSc, Aerospace Engineering BEng, Aerospace Engineering MEng, American Studies BA, Ancient History and Archaeology BA, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology BA, DipHE, CertHE, by distance learning, Ancient History and History BA, Ancient History BA, Applied and Environmental Geology BSc, Applied and Environmental Geology MGeol, Applied Psychology BSc, Archaeology BA, Archaeology BA, DipHE, CertHE, Short course - one module, by distance learning, Archaeology BSc, art, Banking and Finance BA, Banking and Finance BSc, Biological Sciences (Biochemistry) BSc, Biological Sciences (Genetics) BSc, Biological Sciences (Microbiology) BSc, Biological Sciences (Neuroscience) BSc, Biological Sciences (Physiology with Pharmacology) BSc, Biological Sciences (Zoology) BSc, Biological Sciences BSc, Business Economics BA, Business Economics BSc, Chemistry BSc, Chemistry MChem, Chemistry with Forensic Science BSc, Chemistry with Forensic Science MChem, Computer Science BSc, Computer Science MComp, Computer Science with Foundation Year BSc, Computer Science with Management BSc, Contemporary History BA, Criminology BSc, Economics and Accounting BA, Economics and Accounting BSc, Economics BA, Economics BSc, Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng, Electronic and Electrical Engineering MEng, Engineering with Foundation Year BEng, English and American Studies BA, English and French Law LLB, Maîtrise, English and History BA, English BA, European Studies BA, Film and Media Studies BA, Film Studies and English BA, Film Studies BA, Financial Economics BA, Financial Economics BSc, French and English BA, French and Italian BA, French and Spanish BA, General Engineering BEng, General Engineering MEng, Geography BA, Geography BSc, Geography with Foundation Year BSc, Geology BSc, Geology MGeol, Geology with Foundation Year BSc, Geology with Geophysics BSc, Geology with Geophysics MGeol, Geology with Palaeontology BSc, Geology with Palaeontology MGeol, History and American Studies BA, History and Archaeology BA, History and Politics BA, History BA, Human Geography BA, Human Resource Management BA, Human Resource Management BSc, DipHE, by distance learning, Intercalated BSc, International Relations and History BA, International Relations BA, Italian and English BA, Italian and Spanish BA, Journalism BA, Law (Graduate Entry) LLB, Law (JD Pathway) LLB, Law LLB, Law with a Modern Language LLB, Law with Criminology LLB, Law with Politics LLB, Major in Accounting and Finance BSc, Major in Archaeology BA, Major in Computer Science BSc, Major in Criminology BSc, Major in English Literature BA, Major in Film Studies BA, Major in French Studies BA, Major in History BA, Major in Human Geography BA, Major in Human Resource Management BA, Major in International Relations BA, Major in Italian Studies BA, Major in Journalism BA, Major in Management Studies BA, Major in Marketing BA, Major in Mathematics BSc, Major in Media Studies BA, Major in Politics BA, Major in Sociology BA, Major in Spanish and Latin American Studies BA, Management Studies BA, Marketing BA, Mathematics and Actuarial Science BSc, Mathematics BSc, Mathematics MMath, Mathematics with Foundation Year BSc, Mechanical Engineering BEng, Mechanical Engineering MEng, Media and Communication BA, Media and Society BA, Medical Biochemistry BSc, Medical Genetics BSc, Medical Microbiology BSc, Medical Physiology BSc, medicine, Medicine MBChB, Medicine with Foundation Year MBChB, Midwifery with Leadership MSci, Modern Language Studies BA, Modern Languages and Translation BA, Modern Languages with Film Studies BA, Modern Languages with Management BA, Modern Languages with Translation BA, Natural Sciences (Life and Physical Sciences) BSc, Natural Sciences (Life and Physical Sciences) MSci, Nursing with Leadership Dual Registration Mental Health and Adult MSci, Nursing with Leadership Dual Registration Mental Health and Child MSci, Operating Department Practice BSc, Pharmaceutical Chemistry BSc, Pharmaceutical Chemistry MChem, Physical Geography BSc, Physics BSc, Physics MPhys, Physics with Astrophysics BSc, Physics with Astrophysics MPhys, Physics with Foundation Year BSc, Physics with Space Science BSc, Physics with Space Science MPhys, Physiotherapy BSc, Politics and Economics BA, Politics and International Relations BA, Politics and Sociology BA, Politics BA, Psychology BSc, Psychology with Cognitive Neuroscience BSc, right, Social Studies, Sociology BA, Software Engineering BSc, Spanish and English BA

    Events University of Leicester (University of Leicester)

    The extracurricular program at the University of Leicester is entertainment, sports, creativity, fascinating excursions. Each student will find a lesson here. In the university there are several dozens of sections, clubs, communities. Each of them organizes various events, participation in which can be accepted by all comers. Most extracurricular and elective programs are offered free of charge.

    The daily routine

    Most of the time students study every day Monday to Friday (theory, practice, language courses, electives, self-preparation).

    Advantages

    • The rating institution is known for its high quality of academic training for students.
    • University of Leicester is a great opportunity for foreigners in the field of scientific research. University students can participate in international projects (the educational institution cooperates with European research centers).
    • Talented students can receive scholarships and grants. The scholarship committee of the university evaluates not only the academic achievements of candidates, but also their participation in the public life of the institution.
    • Special additional programs, in particular academic English courses, work for foreign students at the university.
    • The university has a traditional, conservative education system. Here, in a typical British academic environment, students receive a high-quality, practical-oriented education that meets international standards.

    Equipment University of Leicester (University of Leicester)

    The infrastructure of the university is represented by the academic buildings of the faculties with lecture halls, auditoriums with interactive technology, laboratories; A library with more than a million printed publications, classrooms for trainings, group sessions, work with electronic resources; Computer centers; Sports facilities; Cafes, restaurants, shops. On the campus (including residential area), broadband Internet access is organized.

    Term dates and fees

    The studies last: September - June.

    Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

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    • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
    • school registration form
    • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
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    • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
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    • motivation letter (not for all schools)
    • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
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    • certificate of language proficiency
    • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
    • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
    • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
    • motivation letter / personal statement
    • interview with a representative of the institution


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