The Admissions Campaign of South Ural State University starts on June 20th. The current situation with the coronavirus will not affect the admissions campaign this year.
Applicants who wish to apply to enrol at SUSU can bring their documents personally or send them by mail or online through the Applicant Account on the university website or through the GosUslugi government portal.
Documents required for enrolment include: passport and registration, academic credentials, and SNILS (personal insurance policy number). This year, applicants can find themselves in the list of contest results by their SNILS number.
Documents for students entering without additional tests will be accepted until July 29th. The Admissions Committee opens at 9:00 a.m. on June 20, 2021. It will work daily on weekdays from 9:00 to 17:00 and on weekends from 9:00 to 13:00. The committee is located at the University Second Building, 85 Lenin Prospekt.
In the upcoming academic year, SUSU is offering more than 3100 state scholarships in all fields of study: Bachelor's, Specialist and Master's degrees. The biggest number of university scholarships is allocated to technical, natural science, and IT specialties as the most popular and demanded specialties among applicants. This year more than 500 people will be able to enter and study through targeted enrolment.
As before, applicants have the right to submit their documents for enrolment in five schools simultaneously. But universities can now choose the number of fields of study the applicant can select for possible enrolment. South Ural State University allows up to 10 fields of study; this decision was made in order to give applicants a wider opportunity to enrol on a state scholarship.