Baku. 6 May. REPORT.AZ/ Baku Slavic University (BSU) plans to increase the admission plan in various specialties this year. Report was told by the rector of the BSU, professor Asif Hajiyev.
According to him, the university will increase the number of students admitted in Azerbaijani and in the Russian sectors.
A. Hajiyev noted that in 2015, the BSU plans to open new specialties: "We have put forward our proposals in this regard."
Rector added, the "school-lyceum" complex of the BSU was completely renovated last year: "As for the new building, housing for university, these issues are not in the plans yet. In the future, we plan the construction of campuses for public universities. We hope that our University will be placed in one of these campuses."
A. Hajiyev said, now the BSU is preparing for spring exam session: "Also parents participate in the exams in our university. I can say that, there doesn't pass any exam without the participation of parents. At the same time, students are actively involved in BSU organizational issues. They are also able to monitor the exams. In order to avoid cases of abuse during exams, we created a special headquarters. Students are treated as the headquarters, as well to the rector. Applications are considered immediately. We are doing our best to avoid negative cases during exams."