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Therefore, if a student is expelled in the first year, he will not be able to recover. The rector (director) of a higher education institution has the right to restore him immediately to the second year, provided that he hands over the academic debt before the start of classes.
So, for example, in LNU the student who was expelled in the second (summer semester) can be restored to the second course, but it will be enrolled only for the next calendar year after expulsion. A similar rule applies in other higher education institutions, but some of them impose an additional limit on the amount of academic debt, which usually cannot be more than two or three disciplines of no more than 10-15 ECTS credits.
People who studied on a budget have a priority right to be reimbursed to the budget, but only if there are vacancies. If there is no such place during the restoration, then you will have to recover on a contract basis, or look for vacancies in other higher education institutions where there is the same specialty.
Some educational institutions, when deciding on the restoration of the student’s budget, take into account the reason for expulsion. Therefore, if a student has been expelled for failing to complete an individual curriculum (ie, through academic failure), he or she is reinstated, as a rule, on a contractual basis. Preference for reimbursement to the budget will be given to the student who received academic leave for health reasons, in connection with studies in foreign institutions of higher education, etc.
It is possible to recover for training both in the same institution of higher education, and in another. However, students who have studied in accredited non-state higher education institutions (ie, those that do not meet the requirements approved by the Ministry of Education and Science) are not eligible for reinstatement in state higher education institutions.
Master’s students can be reinstated only in the same specialty in which they interrupted their studies. With regard to the reinstatement of undergraduate students to another major, because the law limits the size of the academic gap, higher education institutions generally allow students to recover only in the same or a related major within one area of knowledge.
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In the world of harsh realities of the information space, media literacy is a necessary tool
In the world of post-truth and harsh realities of the Ukrainian information space, media literacy is a necessary tool for everyone, from diapers to old age. A critical attitude to information, however, requires effort and constant work on yourself. Therefore, we have selected the best Ukrainian media literacy projects for self-education and training that will help improve critical thinking skills and information verification and analysis.
1. Distance training course for media literacy for citizens, created by IREX in partnership with the Academy of Ukrainian Press and StopFake. The curriculum is designed for an adult audience and introduces citizens to the most common types of manipulation and propaganda, as well as provides basic tools for verifying information and critical thinking.
2. Online course “News Literacy” from Media Detector. The educational project is aimed at spreading media literacy among the population in times of military conflict and is designed for a wide range of users: from students and teachers of specialized faculties to all who are interested in the topic of media. The course consists of ten modules in which experts cover a wide range of issues: how news is created, professional standards exist, ethical dilemmas, how media can manipulate public opinion through news, who are the main media owners in Ukraine, and how social networks change the perception of news.
3. Distance course “Verification on the Internet”. Although the course is designed for journalists and editors in the post-Soviet space, the classes can also be interesting for media activists and anyone for whom social networks have become a “habitat”.
4. Educational project “OSINT Academy” from the Institute of Post-Information Society. The course provides an understanding of basic open source intelligence tools and is designed for journalists, bloggers, community activists, members of the press, and anyone who creates and distributes content on issues important to Ukrainian society.
5. Distance course “How to understand social networks”. The lectures of the course will be interesting for everyone who can’t imagine their life without the Internet. The course will provide an understanding of the nature of online communication and skills of effective work in social networks.
6. Game “Media literate mission” from IREX. The project provides an opportunity for adults to test their knowledge and skills in media literacy and critical thinking, as well as to improve them in a playful way.
7. Educational game “Mediaznayko”, adapted by the Academy of Ukrainian Press. The game is designed for school-age children and gives the opportunity to learn as much as possible about the information (media) field and become a media expert in an interesting game form.
8. Multimedia online guide “MediaDriver” from Media Detector. The manual not only tells how to detect fakes, manipulations and resist them, but also introduces the world of media. It contains not only textual information, but also a lot of infographics, videos and even cartoons. There is also a game element in the form of tests, passing which allows you to get a “Media Driver’s License” – a driver who is well versed in the complex mazes of the media world. Although the guide was created for young people, adults will also be able to discover many useful things.
9. “Information deception. How not to get into trouble? ”From Internews-Ukraine. The guide provides information in a simple and accessible way so that consumers can learn to critically analyze media messages, see propaganda, notice censorship or one-sided presentation of information. The publication is intended for a wide audience and will be useful for anyone who wants to better understand the work of the media and be able to detect information fraud in the media.
10. Publication “How to recognize a fake?” from the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine, developed and implemented jointly with the EU project “Association4U”. The brochure contains the basic rules of personal information hygiene, which will allow the average citizen to protect themselves from fakes and misinformation.
11. The publication “Trust, but trust. Media Literacy in Ukrainian Society” from the Pictoric Illustrators Club. This book is the result of a project, the first stage of which was an exhibition of posters by artists on Vaclav Havel Boulevard with the support of the Ministry of Information Policy. The publication illustrates media literacy with texts by journalists whose professional statements cover the topics of censorship, propaganda, freedom of speech, fake news, information warfare, critical analysis of media messages, the government’s connection with the media, social networks and public television.
12. Practical manual “Media Compass: a guide for a professional journalist” from the Institute of Mass Media. This guide will be useful for both novice journalists, students, and already practicing media professionals who want to refresh their knowledge of standards and other features of professional activity.
Curricula and methodological developments
13. A number of media literacy curricula have been developed by the Academy of the Ukrainian Press and can be used by teachers of secondary schools, universities, as well as refresher courses:
Curriculum “Steps to media literacy” for grades 2-4; Curriculum on the basics of media literacy for 8-9 grades 2013 and 2017; Curriculum on the basics of media literacy for 10-11 grades; Curriculum “Media Education (Media Literacy)” for students of higher educational institutions, pedagogical and scientific-pedagogical workers; Curriculum “Media Literacy in Questions and Answers” for higher education institutions; Curriculum “Media Education (Media Literacy)” for students of advanced training courses for teachers and research and teaching staff.
14. A collection of innovative and methodological developments in media literacy for teachers was published by the Donetsk Press Club. The developments directly address the issues of media product consumption, countering manipulation in the media, combating propaganda and are aimed at developing critical thinking skills, as well as distinguishing between facts and judgments.
15. If you are already “on you” with all the tools of critical information analysis, received the title of media expert and saved the ideas for narrative essay city from the factory of lies, but are not going to stop developing, the online edition MediaSapiens from Detector Media will be useful, publishing various information from the media and gives the opportunity to navigate in the information space.
So, as the classics said, “learn, read” and remember that perfection has no limits.
Dmitry Zolotukhin, Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine, original on the Medium website.
Registration will be carried out by the admissions committee of one of the universities, which will enter the applicant
Registration for the single entrance exam and the single professional entrance exam in 2019 lasts from May 13 to June 3.
According to the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment, registration will be carried out by the admissions committee of one of the higher education institutions in which the entrant wishes to participate in the competitive selection.
The first step of registration is to create a request for the formation of an examination sheet and is carried out using a special service located in the Unified State Electronic Database on Education.
The formation of the examination sheet is the second step of registration and is carried out with the help of a special service posted on the website of the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment.