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Open Days At ZNU Faculties

10.04.2006 16:58

Several faculties of ZNU held their open days on April 9, namely the faculties of Foreign Languages, Management, Physical Training, History and of Social Pedagogy and Psychology.

Traditionally, potential students could learn more about the conditions of entering ZNU, studying at it, as well as got a chance to communicate personally with faculty leaders and best lecturers. As for those who haven’t chosen their faculty yet, they could pass preliminary testing in different field of science.

The Faculty of Physical Training gathered its future students in ZNU Sports Center. The dean, professor Mykola MALIKOV, faculty lecturers and Iryna BAKALENKO, Dean of the Faculty of Preliminary Studies, were greeting the entrants.

The Faculty of Foreign Languages was receiving guests in the assembly hall of building II. Its dean, Assistant Professor Kateryna RUZHYN stressed upon the importance of knowing several languages. Studying conditions, material and technical basis and employment prospects were the points of interest for the faculty entrants.

ZNU Vice-Rector on Research Work, Professor Volodymyr VOLKOV was also present at the meeting. He has visited the Faculty of Social Pedagogy and Psychology’s Open Day as well. The dean, Assistant Professor Ol’ga PONOMARENKO, has not only dwelled upon the existent opportunities for faculty students, but also organized an excursion over the chairs and laboratories of FSPP.

Guests of the Faculty of Management could learn more about studying at the faculty from its dean, Assistant Professor Iryna SHAVKUN, and Vice-Rector Volodymyr VOLKOV, who’s also the head of the Chair of Sectoral Management, and pass the profile test.

Potential entrants of the Faculty of History gathered in the assembly hall of building I. Information about faculty traditions was delivered by dean, Assistant Professor Iryna KRYVKO, and prominent lecturers. School-leavers were also invited for testing.