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In 1945 BSSR Council of People’s Commissars adopted a resolution approving the establishment of a teachers’ institute. In 1949 the institute was named after A.S. Pushkin and in 1950 the resolution of the USSR Council of Ministers established Brest State Pedagogical institute, in 1995 renamed Brest State University (Brest State A.S. Pushkin University in 1999).The modern university benefits from multi-profile and multi-level professional training: it provides pre-university education; higher education in 9 areas, postgraduate courses for Master’s degree and PhD; the opportunity to improve the qualifications and obtain further education at the Institution of Advanced Training and Retraining. Taking into account the needs of modern educational market, the university keeps opening new specialties of education. Thirty-eight branches of the sub-departments have been opened in the organizations and institutions for which the university trains personnel in order to implement practice-oriented approach in training professionals.
Communications. Jurisprudence. Economics. Administration Economics and Production Management
Technologies and Engineering
Tourism and Hospitality
Public Catering, Public Services