1. What is the purpose of the Automated Information System “Applicant Online”?
The Automated Information System “Applicant Online” is created for the following purposes:
To be admitted to the university, the following documents are required:
The specific timing and location of the entrance exams for each university is determined independently by the university. Applicants should monitor notifications sent to their personal accounts or contact the responsible individuals at the respective university (contact information is provided for each major).
Yes, citizens of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan can study for free in Kyrgyz universities based on agreements with the Kyrgyz Republic at the state level. To do so, you must take the nationwide entrance exams. More information can be found at https://2020.edu.gov.kg/vuz.
Foreign students can receive scholarships only if they are admitted on a state-funded basis through the nationwide entrance exams. In other cases, scholarships are not provided to foreign students.
There are no age restrictions for university admission.
After successfully passing the entrance exams, you will receive an invitation to apply for a student visa through the electronic portal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic at https://e-visa.gov.kg. Upon arrival, each student signs a contract with the university that specifies their rights and obligations. The contract is signed at the beginning of the academic year.
You are required to submit the original documents at the beginning of the academic year.
Yes, you can visit the university admissions committee in person, and some universities have official representatives who can assist you. However, make sure to request a document confirming their status as official representatives. Additionally, you can find contact phone numbers for members of the admissions committee in the system for consultation.
Yes, you can. Some majors are offered in English, Kyrgyz, or Turkish as the medium of instruction.
A special commission at the university will evaluate your previous coursework and determine your starting year and course of study accordingly.