11 high schools in Chișinău – “Gaudeamus”, “Mircea Eliade”, “Vasile Vasilache”, “Ginta Latină”, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, “Bogdan Petriceicu Hajdeu”, “Vasile Lupu”, “Vasile Alecsandri”, “Iulia Hașdeu”, “Mihai Eminescu”, “Mircea cel Bătrân” and two others from Ialoveni – “Petre Ştefănucă” and “Andrei Vartic” opened their doors this week for the team of the University Center for Career Information and Guidance (CEGHID) of the Technical University of Moldova.
An informative visit about the opportunities of following their studies at the only higher education institution focused on engineering in the country was highly anticipated by the high school students who are contemplating on their choice for a faculty to attend after graduating.
In a very relaxed and friendly manner, UTM representatives spoke to the students about faculties, specialties, prospects of studies at UTM, but also about the steps to be taken to become a student of this prestigious institution. UTM has a well developed program in this regard! Participation at the Technical Olympics in the disciplines of mathematics, physics, chemistry, artistic drawing assures you a place at UTM with state financing, as well as the participation at the Competition of technical creativity and artistic creativity (architecture, design, artistic drawing, painting, sculpture) “The young creator”, whose winners, in addition to the prizes, will benefit from admission facilities at UTM, in accordance with the Admission Regulation. Also, with UTM, the Baccalaureate exams don’t seem so feverish anymore – at UTM you can get free training courses for the BAC exams! Besides, you can now become a “Student for a day at UTM” to which you can register in advance. Furthermore, you can attend the Open Doors Days at UTM or you can enjoy the unique atmosphere of the largest annual Student Works Exhibition – “CREATION UNLOCKS THE UNIVERSE”, during which there are exhibitions in various technical-engineering fields and creative industries.
Such captivating information proves that university studies are very friendly to those creative and eager to explore. The high school students had examples of UTM students in this regard – Diana Timercan, Adriana Prisăcaru (FTA), Ştefan Pozdirca (FCGC), Mehria Mohammadi (FUA), Iuliana Railean (FTP), Maria Cernei (FET), and of the visiting university professors – ngela Ghelbet (FTP), Iurie Subotin (FTA), Roman Grițco (FET), Raisa Druța (FTA), Iurie Ivanov (FCGC), Radu Melnic, Natalia Şestenco (CEGHID).