67 scholarships for deficient occupations will be awarded to undergraduate students, including professors of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and engineers in electrical engineering, construction and mechanical engineering.
13 scholarships will be awarded for master’s and doctoral students, regardless of orientation. According to the rules of the competition, scholarships will be awarded according to the year of study and previous success, with an average grade of at least 7.50. Applications and documentation should be submitted to the City Administration by December 16.
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