UrFU considers raising graduate admissions entry score minimum
The admissions strategy meeting was called shortly after UrFU underwent an evaluation by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science that indicated the university would benefit from more selective admissions practices.
"Despite the fact that the year was difficult and stressful, we all quite successfully coped with it," UrFU board Chairman Viktor Koksharov said. "Ministry apparently took into account the weaknesses of previous monitoring and appropriate amendments [were] made, especially in relation to the creative universities."
UrFU is expected to undergo another round of ministry monitoring in April.
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