On June 18, MIREA – Russian Technological University launched the 2021 Admissions Campaign. The first applicants have already successfully filed their applications online.
Due to the current epidemiological situation, there will be no full-time submission of documents to the RTU MIREA Admissions Office in Moscow. Applicants will be able to submit documents in remote mode only.
For remote submission of documents a number of services will be available:
In an online mode via the applicant’s personal account
- Via postal operators
- Via the Single Portal for Central and Local Government Services (NOT FOR ALL admission terms and conditions)
Acceptance of documents in the RTU MIREA branches will be carried out according to the previously approved schedule which includes filing documents in person. A visit to the admissions office of RTU MIREA at the head university in Moscow will be possible in exceptional cases and only by appointment fixed in the applicant’s personal account.
For those entering the RTU MIREA College for open-source programs, it will be still possible to submit documents in person, however, by appointment made only via the applicant’s personal account.
Remote activity will be carried out with all the documents necessary for admission, in the event of making necessary changes to the application for admission for training, filing other applications (including appeals), withdrawing previously filed applications and documents, providing and withdrawing information.
The RTU MIREA Admissions Campaign will be held in a remote mode to implement additional measures to reduce the risk of the spread of coronavirus infection at the University.
Despite the remote mode, the RTU MIREA Admissions Campaign will be full of various events. As in the past year, we will provide applicants with all the necessary information support and hold many online activities: webinars on admission issues, direct lines, lectures and master classes. For the applicants’ convenience, we have already organized a single call center, chats in social networks, introduced robots for answering frequently asked questions and other communication channels to function between applicants and the Admissions Committee.