On May 17, 2020 French-Azerbaijani University closed application procedure to its first edition Master’s Degree Programs. 151 of 171 initial applicants were approved for the examination stage.
60 of approved applicants are UFAZ graduates, while the other 91 applicants represent various Azerbaijani universities.
Number of students who have been registered but are currently outside of Baku stands at 35. UFAZ will assist all those students to get permission to visit Baku and to take part in admission exam.
UFAZ admission exam for the Master's Degree Programs will take place on June 8, 2020 at 12:00 at UFAZ building. In order to prevent the spread of the disease during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, rooms will be filled with a maximum of 10-12 individuals. The exam will be organized in accordance with the instructions by Ministry of Education and the rules of the special quarantine regime following necessary preventive measures such as social distancing and hygiene.
The UFAZ entrance exam is organized and structured by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU) and the University of Strasbourg (Unistra). The exam results will be checked and announced by UFAZ Scientific Experts and diploma supervisors of Unistra.
To recall, students who obtained more than 60 points (on 100 points) during the State Examination organized by the State Examination Center (SEC) had the right to apply for UFAZ Master’s Degree Programs. Applicants who take the UFAZ entrance exam and that are not selected will still have the possibility to apply to other higher educational institutions in Azerbaijan.
All 80 admitted students to the Master Program of Chemical engineering / Physical chemistry, Applied Computer Sciences (Big Data and Artificial intelligence), and Geosciences will be offered governmental places at UFAZ. Graduates of UFAZ Master’s Degree Programs will receive two national diplomas from both Unistra and ASOIU.
Professors of the French-Azerbaijani University (UFAZ) include international academic staff of highly qualified French and Azerbaijani professors selected and approved in collaboration with Strasbourg University and deliver lectures in English language.