Universities announce benchmarks for admission

Thursday, 2021-09-16 12:26:07
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University of Finance – Business Administration provides admission consultancy for candidates (Photo taken on April 11)
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NDO – Universities and colleges across the country began to announce admission scores for the 2021-2022 academic year on September 15 with an increase of 0.5 – 3 points compared to last year.

Logistics and supply chain management posted the highest admission scores and rose by 1-2 points compared to last year.

The admission scores are the total scores of three subjects in the national high school graduation exam in addition to bonus points based on various criteria such as the residential areas, children of policy beneficiary families, winners of national contests and others.

This year, more than one million candidates participated in the high school graduation exams, with more than 795,000 registering for university admission based on the exam results.

After the announcement of the benchmark scores, candidates will have 10 days to complete admission procedures. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most universities have allowed candidates to conduct enrolment procedures online.

According to the Ministry of Education and Training, universities and colleges must complete the announcement of admission scores before 5pm on September 16.

Students who fail the first round of university admission will still be able to participate in the supplemented admission period scheduled for October 3.