Prosecution Authorities, Rosobrnadzor to Look into UFU’s Enrollment Campaign

The Educational Services Consumers’ Rights Protection Society found some violations of the law in the way B.N. Yeltsin Ural Federal University carried out this summer’s student enrollment campaign. The public prosecution authorities and the educational watchdog Rosobrnadzor will look into the Society’s claims, Kommersant reports.

The Society’s head Viktor Panin said in his annual report that a lot of violations had been revealed on the part of colleges in the last enrollment campaign.

‘The enrollment committees admitted candidates with poor Russian State Exam scores and not those with greater scores. There were cases when colleges published data on some allegedly enrolled people first and only later made the decision who to actually admit,’ Panin said.

The Educational Services Consumers’ Rights Protection Society detected such violations at B.N. Yeltsin Ural Federal University and many other colleges.

The public prosecution authorities and Rosobrnadzor will carry out an invstigation.


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