In March, within the frameworks of the A Hundred Roads, and One Is Yours big-scale project, the Applicant Consultation Centre held a presentation about South Ural State University in educational institutions of Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk, Kopeysk, Korkino, Troitsk, Yuzhnouralsk, and of Agapovskiy, Nagaybakskiy and Argayashskiy Districts. Also, at schools of Chelyabinsk, teacher-parent meetings were held. The main purpose of such meetings is to tell about the specifics of the 2021 Admissions Campaign at SUSU and to once again identify the most significant points that should be well understood by parents and applicants.
At the university, as part of Scientific Holidays March 23rd through March 26th, school pupils of the 11th form of the Lyceum No.13 of the City of Troitsk were intensively preparing for solving complex Unified State Exam problems in Mathematics and Chemistry. The Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service, School of Medical Biology, and School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science conducted master classes, excursions and educational meetings for them.
“This is, clearly, an opportunity for applicants to immerse themselves into professional activity, and choose an educational programme at our university, upon completing which they will become quite successful,” says Deputy Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yulia Bolotina.
Also in March, at Lyceum No.11, SUSU scientists and academics took part in the 10th Week of High Technologies and Technopreneurship: 7 Days with the Future. Head of the Department of Materials Science, Physical and Chemical Properties of Materials Denis Vinnik, Head of the Department of Ecology and Chemical Engineering Vyacheslav Avdin, Professor of the Department of Informational and Measuring Technology Marina Samodurova, and academic staff of the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science and School of Economics and Management gave scientific lectures, held debates, and acted as experts in various scientific and educational competitions.
As Deputy Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yulia Bolotina noted, school pupils today are most interested in enrolling in state-funded programmes and choose subjects to pass in the USE format which correspond to the admissions examinations in engineering and IT fields of study.