Pre-university training and Vocational Guidance

Pre-university training and Vocational Guidance

Pre-university training and youth career guidance are important steps within the continuous integration education process.  These are the issues Pre-university training faculty deals with. The head of the faculty is N.G. Sheverdova.  The faculty basic targets are the following: organization and coordination of career guidance activities; arranging various activities to raise the academic level of the youth entering the Institute;  the unification of the current and innovative pre-university training forms on the common academic basis; the study and spread of the innovative pre-university training techniques in universities, secondary school and vocational training colleges; creating conditions for village youth quality training; university applicants competitive selection system.

The major aim of pre-university training course is to provide a quality training before the centralized test examination the applicants take while the results are viewed as university entrance exams results.

The Institute provides 7-month, 6-month, 5-month and 3-month training courses for applicants to get ready for the centralized test examination in a range of subjects: Math, Belarusian, Russian, foreign languages, The History of Belarus, Social Science, as well as Business Psychology and Enterprise Management Psychology.

What the Institute can truly be proud of is an interpreter guide training course set up under the auspices of Ministry of Sports and Tourism and National Tourism Agency. The courses are available for 3rd-5th-year students of Foreign Economic Activity and Entrepreneurship Faculty. The lecturers are highly skilled and experienced guides and interpreters. On completing the course students receive the Certificate that enables them to work with foreign tourists in Belarus.

Our course is the only structure in Belarus that revives the profession of the interpreter guide and builds specialists for the field of the incoming tourism.