The lists of participants who pass to final round of the Open Doors are published

The wait is over! We’ve published the lists of participants who pass to stage 2 of the Open Doors after the evaluation of the portfolios. 

In total, 3000 applicants got the necessary score to take the exam and compete for a scholarship in one of our organizing universities. Business and Management subject area has the largest number of successful candidates at 632. 

Results for the other subject areas are: Engineering and Technology - 578, Computer and Data Science - 261, Political Science - 179, Biology - 242, Economics - 111, Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence - 259, Linguistics and Modern Languages - 287, Psychology - 182, Chemistry - 146, Physics - 123. You can view lists of stage 1 winners on the Subject Area pages All participants have also received e-mails with their particular results. Those who succeeded in stage one also have instructions as to what to do next in their profiles.

We remind you that those invited to stage 2 will have to fill in the registration form in their profiles and add info like personal data and passport scans. They’ll have from 31.12.19 to 12.01.2020 to do that. 

The second stage, just like the first one, is held online. The participants install special software, choose a convenient time slot (07:00, 11:00, 15:00 or 19:00) and then take the Olympiad exam while supervised by a specialist. They’ll have 3 hours to do that. Here’s the detailed schedule:

Business and Management - January 15.
Engineering and Technology - January 16.
Computer and Data Science - January 17.
Economics - January 18.
Biology - January 21.
Political Science - January 22.
Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence - January 23.
Linguistics and Modern Languages - January 24.
Psychology - January 25.
Chemistry - January 27.
Physics - January 28.

The winners of the Olympiad will be announced on February 20, 2020. 

Congratulations to those who passed to stage 2. Don’t be sad if you didn’t succeed this time -  you can always try again next year.

Happy New Year everyone!