Grad School Eliminated in USUE

Ural State University of Economics (USUE) no longer offers its students an opportunity to get their master’s degrees there. The decision was taken at the college’s Learned Council’s last meeting.

The university offered master’s degrees in 2008-2012; about half of grad schools students were this college graduates, while the rest came from Ural State University, Ural State Technical University, Ural State Mining University, and other Russian colleges as well as those based in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

The grad school offered over forty majors in Economics, Management, Commerce, Applied Computer Science, and Food Technologies.

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