The universities of the Investigative Committee of Russia in Moscow and St. Petersburg from the new academic year will stop accepting students for the master's program. The corresponding instruction to the leadership of departmental academies was given by the head of the TFR, Alexander Bastrykin, according to the website of the department.
This decision was made in order to further strengthen the quality of education, as well as ensure the continuity of the educational process of future personnel of the department, namely – investigators and criminologists.
«Stop admitting students to educational institutions of higher education of the RF IC in the direction of training "Jurisprudence""&rdash; follows from the order.
It is clarified that the education of students will continue only within the framework of the specialist's program.
Earlier, Bastrykin stated the need to conduct psychological testing of students in educational institutions in order to prevent crime.
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