(Kyiv) - On November 2, 2021, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the NGO “Open Policy Foundation” will conduct a press conference called “Results of the admission campaign in 2021 for entrants from the temporarily occupied territories”. During the press conference, the event organizers will provide information on the number of entrants who used the simplified admission procedure through the “Donbas/Crimea-Ukraine” education centers, present the results of the Government Hotline’s activities for entrants from TOT, and discuss the main problems of the admission campaign this year and prospects for the next year. The Open Policy Foundation will present the results of the survey titled “2021 Admission Campaign: Achievements and Obstacles”. Among the participants of the survey, there were students from TOT who entered higher education institutions, teachers and lecturers who work with school children and students from the temporarily occupied territories, representatives of the “Donbas/Crimea-Ukraine” education centers, heads of preparatory courses, and executive secretaries of admission committees.
Serhii SHKARLET, Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine;
Oleh SHAROV, Director General of the Directorate of Professional Pre-higher, Higher Education of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine;
Olha KHOLOMIEIEVA, Director of the Government Contact Center;
Iryna ZHDANOVA, Executive Director of the Open Policy Foundation.
The press conference starts at 11:00 AM. The live broadcast will be available on the MoES’s pages on Facebook and YouTube.
The organizers of the press conference are the Open Policy Foundation together with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine with the support of the USAID “Democratic Governance in Eastern Ukraine” project.
For additional information, please contact Alina Logvinenko, Communicator of the Open Policy Foundation, by phone: +38 (063) 114-28-21.