Leading Belarusian universities increased tuition fees


Leading Belarusian universities increased tuition fees

In particular, freshmen of the Belarusian State University (BSU), the Belarusian State Medical University (BSMU), the Belarusian State Economic University (BGEU), the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radio Electronics (BSUIR), Belarusian State Pedagogical University. M. Tank (BGPU) will pay more in the new school year than freshmen last year.

So, according to the official website of BGMU, first-year students of the specialties “medical affairs” and “pediatrics” will have to pay for the year 5 million 340 thousand rubles, future dentists – 6 million 540 thousand. rubles. Last year, the cost of training was 4 million 980 thousand and 6 million, respectively.

Payment for training at the BGEU, according to the university’s website, for freshmen this year will range from 3 million 683 thousand 630 rubles to 3 million 690 thousand 30 rubles, depending on the chosen specialty. Last year, rates for paid services ranged from 3 million 276 thousand 890 rubles to 3 million 379 thousand 380 rubles per year.

Increased tuition fees and BSUIR. If last year the tuition fee for freshmen ranged from 3 million 200 thousand rubles to 3 million 800 thousand rubles, then this year the rates will be from 3 million 800 thousand. up to 4 million 300 rubles.

BGPU has not yet published a new tuition cost. However, as BelaPAN was informed in the selection committee, it can reach 3 million rubles, while last year the average cost of training was 2 million 887 thousand rubles.

BSU will also increase tuition fees. According to BelaPAN in the press service of the university, the increase in the cost of training is associated with an increase in the tariff rate of the first category. The exact numbers are still unknown, since the documents are agreed upon by the Ministry of Education. Last year, freshmen of BSU paid from 3 million 807 thousand 300 rubles to 4 million 879 thousand 200 rubles, depending on the specialty.

Tatyana Doroshenyk, Belapan