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LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKOS ŠVIETIMO IR MOKSLO MINISTRAS

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| DĖL ASMENŲ, PRETENDUOJANČIŲ Į VALSTYBĖS FINANSUOJAMAS PIRMOSIOS PAKOPOS IR VIENTISŲJŲ STUDIJŲ VIETAS, MOKYMOSI REZULTATŲ MINIMALIŲ RODIKLIŲ |
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Įgyvendindamas Lietuvos Respublikos mokslo ir studijų įstatymo (Žin., 2009, Nr. 54-2140) 70 straipsnio 4 dalį: 1. N u s t a t a u, kad: 1.1. Asmenims, iki 2014 metų įskaitytinai, įgijusiems vidurinį išsilavinimą Lietuvoje, užsienio šalių institucijose ar pagal tarptautinių organizacijų švietimo programas, taip pat atleistiems nuo brandos egzaminų dėl ligos ir asmenims, turintiems įgytų ar įgimtų sutrikimų, pretenduojantiems į pirmosios pakopos ir vientisųjų studijų valstybės finansuojamas studijų vietas, minimalus rodiklis yra vidurinį išsilavinimą patvirtinantis dokumentas; 1.2. Asmenys, 2015 metais Lietuvoje įgiję vidurinį išsilavinimą ir pretenduojantys į pirmosios pakopos ir vientisųjų studijų valstybės finansuojamas studijų vietas turi būti išlaikę: 1.2.1. lietuvių kalbos ir literatūros valstybinį brandos egzaminą, jeigu pretenduoja į visų studijų sričių universitetines studijų programas; 1.2.2. lietuvių kalbos ir literatūros valstybinį arba mokyklinį brandos egzaminą, jeigu pretenduoja į visų studijų sričių koleginių studijų programas; 1.2.3. užsienio kalbos (anglų, vokiečių ar prancūzų) egzaminą B1 lygiu pagal Bendruosius Europos kalbų metmenis.…...

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