INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS
Second semester of the 2021-2022 academic year begins on February 1, 2022. We hope your holidays were wonderful and you are ready for new accomplishments!
Educational process in the second semester will be held according to the following scheme:
- For the first-year students, all the classes will be delivered in classrooms (except for Mathematics for Economics and Introduction to Business courses which will be held online via Zoom).
- For the second- and third-year students, classes will be delivered in classrooms (except for Statistics which will be held online via Zoom) with a possibility to take certain distance courses (the list of distance courses please find here). Note! The number of places in distance courses is limited.
- For the fourth-year and Master students, classes will be held online using Zoom according to the schedule.
Midterms and Finals of all on-campus courses (including Mathematics for Economics, Introduction to Business and Statistics) will be held at the university, online and distance courses – online via Zoom. Information on dates of classes and assessment activities can be found in the Syllabus of each course.
Please note that communication regarding the educational process will only take place via corporate email. In addition, you are responsible for the availability of the technical equipment for you necessary for the educational process held online.
The second semester of the 2021-2022 academic year begins on February 1. Registration for courses - from 17 to 21 of January, 2022. New applications submitted after January 21 will be considered after February 1, 2022. Please do not hesitate to register.
Instruction for registration
1. Pay the semester tuition fee in accordance with your Agreement.
2. Read all the materials below (application, list of courses available this semester, prerequisites, timetable, etc.).
3. To register for courses, you need to fill in an application and send it by email to the Dean's Office email@example.com. Please send your applications in one of the following extensions: .doc, .docx, .png, .jpg, .pdf.
Note! If there is more than one pending application from a student, only the last one in the order in which applications are received will be considered.
The student decides which courses to take this semester according to the schedule, fills in an application (only in print) indicating MANDATORY: name and surname, ID number, specialty, specialization (for students of 2-4 years of education), list of courses and contact information.
In the tables for
courses, please fill in the 'Course' column, the 'Distance /
on-campus' column (here indicate which of the chosen courses you take are distance
courses (the list of available distance courses please find here) for the rest of the courses indicate – on-campus) and the 'Additionally
/ retaking' column (you take the selected course as an additional one, that is,
it is not in your program or you retake it).
When you receive an answer that your application is confirmed, print and sign the application, scan or take a photo of it and send it back to the Dean's Office. The enrollment to the courses is made after your signed application is accepted.
ATTENTION! The number of places in groups is limited.
Only applications sent from corporate email accounts will be considered.
4. List of coursesDistance
Students of 2-4 years of education must add EEC indicated in their Moodle profiles into the application. If there is no EEC in your profile you can apply to take one EEC this semester.
Activities from lists that are not mentioned in the schedule must also be added to the application.
Please note that the division into groups (if group number is not given in the Schedule) in Moodle for the courses of 2-4 years of education will be carried out as follows
· specializations Management (M) and International Business (IB) – group 1
· specializations IT Management (ITM) and International Economic Relations (IER) – group 2
In the schedule, courses in color start from February, other courses – from April.
ATTENTION! Personal accounts of students who do not pay full semester tuition fees before February 20 will be blocked on February 23.