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Pupils, students to receive higher scholarships in Moldova

15:43 | 15.03.2019 Category: Official

Chisinau, 15 March /MOLDPRES/ - The scholarships of pupils and students will increase by 4.9 per cent. The cabinet of ministers took a decision to this effect today.   

According to the government’s communication and protocol department, the scholarships will grow for the pupils of the vocational education institutions, degree and master students, students training for doctor’s degree, post-doctoral students, clinical secondary physicians and resident physicians.   

Thus, depending on the scholarship’s category, the pupils from the post-secondary vocational education institutions and post-secondary non-tertiary ones will get 530, 575 and 690 lei and pupils of secondary vocational education, except for the ones studying in the groups for deaf persons, will receive 360, 430 and 510 lei. Gifted pupils from republican boarding lyceums specialized in arts and those of the National Choreography College will get scholarships from 350 to 670 lei.      

Students will have scholarships of 690, 750 and 880 lei, depending on the category of scholarship. And the students from the specialties of teaching, medicine and agriculture will benefit from a 20-per cent increase in the scholarship. Thus, the students from the concerned specialties in the last academic year will receive scholarship up to 1,232 lei. At the same time, the students studying for doctor’s degree will enjoy scholarships worth from 1,155 to 1,325 lei, depending on the academic year.   

The merit scholarships: of the Republic, of President, of Government and the Gaudeamus scholarship, provided to students for extraordinary performances, will vary depending on the category from 920 to 1,525 lei.

The scholarships will be indexed starting from 1 January 2019. As much as 12.5 million lei was provided for in the state budget to this end.  

 

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