Wednesday, 21 September 2011

The Bill “On Higher Education” will be Submitted to the Ukrainian Parliament in October—B. Zhebrovs’kyy

The final version of the Ukrainian bill “On Higher Education” will be submitted for the All-Ukrainian Conference of Education Employees to review during their conference on Teacher’s Day, October 28th read more

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Residents of Bukovyna Experiment with Scholastic Aptitude Tests

Scholastic aptitude testing was administered to freshmen at the Taras Shevchenko National Pedagogical University (TSNPU) in Chernivtsi as part of an experiment, the University’s Press Service reported to IA World of Education read more

Monday, 12 September 2011

National Center for Academic Mobility Created in Ukraine

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the resolution entitled: The issue of a national informational center for academic mobility. The Press Service of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports released this information to the IA World of Education read more

Friday, 19 August 2011

COMMITTEE OF VOTERS OF UKRAINE SUMMARIZED THE 2011 ADMISSION CAMPAIGN AL TESTING

On August 15th the all-Ukrainian community organization, Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU), made its final conclusions on the 2011 HEI Admission Campaign. They published the results of community monitoring conducted during the HEI admission campaign in 2011 by the community campaign For Fair Admissions 2011, which is supported by the International Renaissance Foundation. Nataliya Lynnyk, Director of the CVU project, and Victor Kylymar, consultant for the CVU hotline, presented what was encountered through the hotline’s work as well as during consultations provided by social networks and on the internet site Protecting Your Rights  read more

Friday, 19 August 2011

Half of All Ukrainians are Convinced that HEI Admissions are Determined by Money

Every other Ukrainian (50%) feels that applicants must resign themselves to rely on money when applying to establishments of higher education (HEIs), 37% believe that admissions are decided on personal connections. This is evidenced by results of a survey conducted by Research & Branding Group read more

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Minister D. Tabachnyk on HEIs: They aren’t Kiosk’s that can Simply be Closed

“Nearly 20 establishments of higher education (HEIs) were left without applications from potential freshmen. Furthermore, about 30 HEIs received between 1 and 10 applications and an additional 30 received fewer than 100 applications. The Chancellors of these HEIs wanted to change the rules of Admission mid process—to extend the admission campaign. But we will not allow this.  read more

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

MoESYS Demands HEI Chancellors Uphold the Rules of Admission

HEI Chancellors should uphold all the conditions spelled out in the Rules of Admissions to establishments of higher education (HEIs). The IA World of Education reports that letter #1/9-599, dated August 8, 2011, emphasizing this fact was signed by Dmytro Tabachnyk, Minister of Education and Science, Youth and Sports and was sent to all Ukrainian HEI Chancellors.  read more

Monday, 8 August 2011

August 8th—the Ranking Lists, 3rd Revision

The IA World of Education announced that today, August 8th, Ukraine’s establishments of higher education (HEIs) are required to publicize newly revised lists of individuals being offered admissions. Applicants who were included in the previous lists, but did not submit their original documents by August 6-7th, will no longer be included. The final ranking list for students applying for the traditional form of education will be publicized on August 10th.  read more

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Tomorrow—Last Day to Submit Documents to HEIs

The IA World of Education reports that tomorrow—August 5th, is the last day for applicants to submit original documents which confirm their intention to enroll in a particular establishment of higher education (HEI) in Ukraine. HEIs are stressing that applicants should submit their original documents by 5:00pm. In the event that original documents, including the applicant’s EIT certificate and final transcript from secondary school, are not submitted by that time, the individual will be removed from the list of those being offered admission.  read more

Thursday, 4 August 2011

MoESYS: On the Irrelevance of “cutting” but unverified facts expressed by OPORA

The process of being admitted to study in an establishment of higher education (HEI) is the final and most crucial stage of the nationwide process of selecting the most gifted young people; it is a contest where young people battle to achieve the honor of being called students. It would appear that everything is being done to ensure the transparency of this process—independent testing, renewing the Konkurs electronic system, creating an operational headquarters and a MoESYS consultation hot line that act quickly on concerns expressed by citizens that relate to the admission process, including community organizations as observers of the process, etc. Before and during the admission campaign, Ministry staff ran informational campaigns in the media to familiarize the public with this year’s rules of entry, and with the rights and obligations of applicants, etc. Over 15 informational letters put out by the Ministry attest to the extremely stressful daily, even hourly work load of everyone at the MoESYS’s campaign headquarters—from the Minister, to the leading experts. The letters addressed problems associated with the admission campaign, and numerous operational violations hot line attendants were made aware of when listening to callers. Every report was taken serious because every HEI applicant is a unique individual whose rights cannot be violated.  read more

Thursday, 4 August 2011

OPORA Gives the HEI Admission Campaign a Score of 3

This year’s admission campaign received a grade of “3” from community network OPORA observers. Among the main problems referenced were: insufficiently transparent work done by the admission commissions, deceptions concerning the number of government quota spots, and problems with the Electronic Admissions system. This was reported yesterday at a briefing made by OPORA Chairman Ol’ha Ayvazovs’ka and Mykola Kuzin, Coordinator of Educational Programs for the community network.  read more

Thursday, 4 August 2011

D. Tabachnyk: Higher Education has become more Accessible, the Admission Process is Strictly Controlled

Dmytro Tabachnyk, Minister of Education and Science, Youth and Sports (MoESYS), stated that higher education in Ukraine has become more accessible. An IA World of Education correspondent reported that the Minister made this statement today, August 2nd during a Press-Conference entitled: On the Progress of the 2011 Admission Campaign. “Higher education has become more accessible. Practically all those who have Baccalaureate degrees can continue their education to obtain a Master’s degree,” noted Mr. Tabachnyk. He also stated that his office considers the labor market and, accordingly, adjusts the distribution of government quota spots. “Government quotas were reduced by 40%; in engineering and technical majors spots were reduced no less than 3%. Physics and mathematics and electronic majors were reduced by 6%,” noted Mr. Tabachnyk.  read more

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Final Report on External Independent Testing Results to be Announced after August 25th

This announcement was made by the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA). At this time results are still be finalized read more

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

SNU is Encouraging Top Scorers from EIT-2011 to Apply

The Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment announced that representatives from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv requested information on EIT’s top scorers so that they could send them invitations to apply for admissions read more

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Over 26 Thousand Applied Using Electronic Admissions-2011

Judging from statistical data, the Electronic Admission-2011 system, that was implemented this year as an experiment, is functioning. This announcement was made by the Press Service of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine read more

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Father Tried to Submit Son’s Application to MDU

Observers note that the third week of the admission campaign passed quietly. Neither the Admission Commissions nor the applicants complained of significant violations to the Rules of Admissions. However, there was an unusual case confirmed by the Admission Commission of the MDU: a parent attempted to submit an application for his son. The Admission Commission refused to accept the application because the Rules of Admissions state that only the person applying is allowed to submit applications in person.  read more

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Final Report on External Independent Testing Results to be Announced after August 25th

This announcement was made by the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA). At this time results are still be finalized. According to the latest statistics there are nearly 500 individuals who received perfect scores of 200. This figure may change as appeals submitted by EIT participants are still being reviewed.  read more

Friday, 22 July 2011

Independent testing in Ukraine: Evaluation and Conclusions of Media Monitoring for June 2011

More pieces were published in June than in any of the preceding 5 months. The increased number of media mentions was attributed to the larger number of events connected with external independent testing (EIT) and the admission campaign. Most pieces were informational in character and did not include journalists’ analysis read more

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

“Electronic Admissions 2011” Making work for HEIs

The Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports (MoESYS) gave establishments of higher education (HEIs) one day to enter all information on the number of applications they’ve accepted from applicants since the beginning of this year’s admission campaign into the Electronic Admissions 2011 and Konkurs systems read more

Monday, 18 July 2011

UCEQA will Relocate Next Year

The Ukrainian government allocated 17,500 UAH to improve the working conditions of UCEQA employees. Accordingly, all Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA) departments which currently are housed in different regional capitals will be united at one specially equipped facility located at Holovan’ova Street 2, in Kyiv read more

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