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Bachelor of Arts in Economics

 

 

Class of 2015  Number of People %
Admitted to spots financed by the federal government 63 100 %
General characteristics
Average age as of September 1st, 2011 17 years 9 months  
Women 21 33 %
Men 42 67 %
Moscow and region 44 70 %
Other regions 18 28,5 %
International students  1 1,5 %
Admitted without entrance exams 61 97 %
Admitted based on competition results 57 90 %
Admitted based on USE results  2 3 %
High schools the students of the program graduated from
Lycee # 1535  8 13 %
School № 57 5 8 %
Gymnasium № 1257 3 5 %
Lycee "Second School" 2 3 %
Specialized Learning and Scientific Center at MSU  2 3 %
Gymnasium № 1514 2 3 %
Lycee № 10, Perm 2 3 %
Lycee № 82, Nizhniy Novgorod 2 3 %
Other schools 37 59 %

 

 

 

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