11 of January. Today will be an open day at Moscow state University named after Lomonosov. The meeting will be the Victor Sadovnichy, who will talk to prospective students and their parents about the new rules of reception in educational institution.
As reported in the press service of the Moscow state University, rector, will explain the changes that entered into force this year, as well as answer questions.
Victor Sadovnichy will start playing at 12:00 in the auditorium. The performance will be broadcast on the website of the Moscow state University. At 10:00 in the foyer of the main University building will open poster session. In the foyer will host stands from all faculties, next to the stands will be waiting for the guests, teachers and students. The representatives of each faculty will tell everyone about the specifics of learning about the organization of the educational process, the peculiarities of admission in different directions.
In a press-service of the Moscow state University said that by tradition, the open days are held 2 times a year, once at the end of the winter school holidays, the second in the spring, date spring open day changes from year to year. In 2015 the spring open day will be held on March 29.
Speech of the rector of Moscow state University includes stories about the history of the University, about research projects conducted by the University. The rector will also tell about changes in the rules of admission. The press service noted that some amendments are made every year. This is due to the special status of the University, with its constant development. In 2015, changes quite a lot.
Before the press service of the Moscow state University told about the changes that apply to future entrants: entrant MSU in 2015 will be able to receive up to 6 points for having a certificate of graduation from high school with honors. Up to 4 points will be given to the applicant with a gold or silver badge of the TRP. Graduation school essays will also be considered for excellent essay can be assessed up to 10 points. Viktor Sadovnichy noted that "this year, we trust the schools and re-read work will not." The rector also noted that this approach may change in the future.