Changes in admission rules 2019 October Changes to the Admission Rules to FSBEI HE SSUPS December Changes to the Admission Rules to FSBEI HE SSUPS January Dear applicants! Please note that before the start of filing applications for admission to the university, publication and entry into force of regulatory documents governing the work of universities in terms of admission of citizens for training in higher education programs is possible. In the event of the release of such documents, changes will be made to the Rules of admission. We ask you to pay attention to this and follow the changes.
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Rules for admission of citizens to the federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education "Siberian State University of Communications" (SSUPS) for training in educational programs of higher education for the 2019/20 academic year
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1. The rules of admission to the FSBI of HE SGUPS for training in educational programs of higher education – undergraduate programs, specialty programs, graduate programs
Applicants entering the specialties “Operation of Railways”, “Construction of Railways, Bridges and Transport Tunnels”, “Land Transport and Technological Means” and the directions of training bachelors “Technology of transport processes”, “Operation of transport and technological machines and complexes” submit to the selection committee a certificate (original or copy) of the passage of a medical commission consisting of the following specialists: therapist, oculist, otolaryngologist, surgeon, neurologist; in addition, the certificate must contain (it is allowed to provide a separate document) the results of fluorography. A medical certificate is recognized as valid if it is received not earlier than one year prior to the day of completion of the receipt of documents.
When submitting an application to an applicant who arrives on the basis of the EGE results, it is recommended to submit at least 2 photos 3×4 cm in size to form the applicant’s personal file, and an applicant who arrives on the basis of the results of entrance examinations conducted by the university independently should have at least 2 photos 3×4 in size. By enrolling incoming it is recommended to replenish your personal business with photos up to a total of 6 pieces.
A personal file is filed for each incoming person, in which all the documents and materials submitted for the entrance examinations are kept.
Personal files of applicants, containing copies of the document on education or qualifications, are stored in the selection committee of the SSTU until June 19, 2019. Personal files of applicants, containing the original documents of education or qualifications, are stored in the archive of SSTUs on demand.
Persons entering for a master’s degree program and presenting a specialist diploma (citizens who have received higher education in accordance with the Federal State Educational Standards of Higher Education 3 or more generations) or masters are persons applying for a second or subsequent higher education of this level.
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Documents sent by applicants by mail or to an e-mail address are accepted by SGUPS when they are received no later than the deadlines established by paragraph
Education documents of applicants submitted for enrollment are subject to verification in the Federal Register of information about education certificates.
If there are several results of the Unified State Exam in one general educational subject, the validity of which has not expired, entering in the statement indicates which results should be used.
In the case of providing the incoming false information, the university returns the documents to it.
The Appeal Commission of SSTU does not hold an appeal on the results and procedure of the USE.
Successful passing of entrance examinations in general education subjects is determined by the number of points equal to or greater than the minimum set by SSTU (Appendix 7).
The budget places in the framework of the established special quota, the target quota (if available), the budget places of the general competition and places under contracts for the provision of paid educational services in areas of training and specialties are credited with those who have the highest amount of competitive points. The sum of competitive points is defined as the sum of the results of the Unified State Exam in general subjects or entrance examinations conducted by the university independently, plus the sum of points accrued for individual achievements. The procedure for accounting for individual achievements and the method of scoring for the individual achievements presented to the applicants are given in Appendix 5 of these Rules of Admission. In case of equality of the sum of competitive points for two or more applicants, a procedure occurs for comparing their results for each entrance test in accordance with the priority indicated in Table 1.
In case of equality of the results of all general education subjects included in the list of entrance examinations, the procedure for determining the advantage of the applicant takes place. The preferential right to enroll in SSUPS for bachelor’s and specialist’s programs is provided to the following categories of applicants: 1) orphans and children left without parental care, as well as persons from orphan children and children left without parental care; 2) children – disabled people, disabled persons of groups I and II, and 3) citizens under the age of twenty years who have only one parent — a disabled person of group I, if the average family income is lower than the subsistence minimum established in the region of the Russian Federation 4) citizens who were exposed to radiation as a result of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and are subject to the law of the Russian Federation of May 15, 1991 N 1244-1 "On social protection of citizens exposed to radiation as a result of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant" 5) children of servicemen who died in the performance of their military duties or who died as a result of injury (injury, injury, contusion) or diseases they received while performing duties of military service, including when participating in counterterrorism operations and (or) other measures to combat terrorism, 6) children of the dead (dead) Heroes of the Soviet Union, Heroes of the Russian Federation and full cavaliers of the Order of Glory, 7) children of the officers of the internal affairs bodies, the Federal Service troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, institutions and bodies of the penitentiary system, the Federal Fire Service of the State Fire Service, bodies for controlling the circulation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic agencies, the customs authorities, the Investigation Committee of the Russian Federation, the dead (deceased) due to injury or other damage to health, received by them in connection with the performance of official duties, or due to illness, received by them during their service in these institutions and bodies, and children who were children of prosecutors, dead (deceased) as a result of injury or other damage to health, received by them during their service in the prosecution bodies or after being fired 9) military personnel who serve under contract service and whose continuous duration of military service under contract is not less than three years, as well as citizens who have completed military service by conscription and receive recommendations commanders issued to citizens in accordance with the procedure established by the federal executive body, in which military service is provided for by federal law; 10) citizens who have served for at least three years tons of military service under the contract in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, other troops, military units and bodies in military positions and discharged from military service on the grounds provided for by subparagraphs b) d of paragraph 1, subparagraph a of paragraph 2 and subparagraphs a ”-“ c ”of clause 3 of Article 51 of Federal Law No. 53-FZ of March 28, 1998“ On Military Duty and Military Service ”; 11) war invalids, participants in hostilities, as well as combat veterans from among the persons specified in subparagraphs 1-4 of paragraph 1 of article 3 of the federal law of 12 jan 1995 N 5-FZ "On Veterans"; 12) citizens who directly participated in the testing of nuclear weapons, combat radioactive substances in the atmosphere, nuclear weapons underground, in exercises using such weapons and combat radioactive substances before the date of the actual cessation of these tests and exercises, direct participants in the elimination of radiation accidents in nuclear installations of surface and submarine ships and other military facilities, direct participants in the conduct and maintenance of the collection and disposal of radio substances, as well as those directly involved in the elimination of the consequences of these accidents (military personnel and persons from the civilian composition of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, military personnel of the internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, persons serving in railway troops and other military formations, Federation and the Federal Fire Service of the State Fire Service); 13) military personnel, employees of the Federal Service of Troops n the national guard of the Russian Federation, the internal affairs bodies of the Russian Federation, the penitentiary system, the federal fire service of the State fire service, who performed tasks in the context of the armed conflict in the Chechen Republic and in the adjacent territories assigned to the zone of armed conflict, and the indicated servicemen tasks in the course of counter-terrorism operations in the North Caucasus