Preparatory courses for the first stage of entrance examinations on "Logical thinking", "Informatics" and "Foreign language" (English, Russian) are organized in order to help bachelors who wish to enroll to the ASOIU's masters degree in the 2019/2020 academic year.
The courses will be organized on a paid basis with a monthly fee of 120 AZN for the listener of 3 subjects (40 AZN for each subject) and 60 AZN only for the listeners who attend the "Logical Thinking" subject per month, and the payments will be credited to the ASOIU's account through the bank.
- "Logical thinking" (Azerbaijani and Russian sections) Abbasquliyev Aydin Sahim, Associate Professor of the department of "Instrumentation engineering"
- "Informatics" - (Russian section) Sardarov Yagub Bali Associate Professor of the department of "Computer Engineering", Aghazadeh Lala Firudin - Assistant of the Department of Computer Engineering (Azerbaijan section)
- "Foreign language" - (English) "Eyvazova Firangiz Aga-Rza Teacher of the department of "Foreign languages-2"
- "Foreign language" - (Russian) Babayeva Sevinj Ogtay Teacher of the department of "Foreign languages-2"
Trial exams are organized for listeners during the course period. In order to provide organization of the course in high level, it is planned that the head of the department "Computer Engineering" Rahimova Sevda Salman will be the senior laboratory worker. The wages for the chairmen of the tuition course is recommended to be with 50% of the students' fees and coordinator's 100 AZN and it will be credited to their personal account per month. Information about the organization of the courses will be placed on the ASOIU website, on the first floor of both buildings of the university and on the boards of the faculty deans’. For the application please contact the coordinator Rahimova Sevda Salman (mob.050 636 21 25, room 25)
Master’s Degree Division
The Master’s degree training at ASOIU is currently conducted at faculties and in TEMPUS program on 34 specialties and 49 specializations. 205 professors and lecturers from 25 departments of the University have been involved to teach the Master’s programs.
512 students have been admitted to the Master’s Degree Division of ASOIU in the 2017/2018 academic year. The average score indicator of admitted students makes 100.6 points.
A total of 1122 students are enrolled in the Master’s degree level of ASOIU. 807 of them study at faculties, 276 in MBA program and 39 in TEMPUS program. 433 students are currently in their first year, 390 in the second year and 22 continue their education in the following academic year.
To give the students an opportunity to study and work in their qualification at the same time, the Master’s courses start at 17:50. 72% of first-year and 92% of second-year Master’s students of ASOIU worked along with studying in the 2016/2017 academic year. Put it another way, 80% of our Master’s students were provided with a job.
ASOIU organizes the Master’s degree training in accordance with the regulation “On Master’s degree in the multi-level higher education system” approved by the decision No. 15 of the Cabinet of Ministers dated February 13, 1997, “Structure of requirements for the minimum content and level of Master’s degree training” approved by the order No. 235 of the Ministry of Education dated April 22, 1997, decision No. 59 of the collegium of the Ministry of Education “About current status, problems at Master’s degree level and their solutions” dated June 18, 2011, “Procedures for preparation, submission and defence of the Master’s thesis” approved by the order No. 202 of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated April 22, 1998, “Regulation on specialized Academic Boards for the Master’s thesis defence” approved by the order No. 742 of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated November 10, 1998, requirements of the decision No. 348 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated December 24, 2013 on approving “Procedures for organization of the credit-system training at Bachelor’s and Master’s degree levels of higher education institutions”, and other regulatory documents.
The Master’s degree training at ASOIU is realized in the following areas
- by specialties and specializations
- by international programs
Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU) has been implementing the training of Master’s students in English since 1998 in partnership with Georgia State University (United States of America) for Business Organization and Management, Management Information Systems, and Management programs as part of MBA (Master of Business Administration).
The specialist training for Environment and Petroleum Industry program is successfully conducted in Azerbaijani and Russian on the basis of the joint Master’s degree curriculum prepared by the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France) and the University of Genoa (Italy).
Professionals are prepared for Process Automation Engineering and Electric Power Engineering and for a Master’s degree in Energy Management (in Petroleum Industry) based on the curriculum elaborated as a result of the cooperation with Cologne University of Applied Sciences (Germany), Graz University of Technology (Austria) and Warsaw University of Technology (Poland). The three aforementioned qualifications have been accredited by the ASIIN Consult Agency in Germany.
The Master’s Degree Division organizes its work based on the Regulation (Protocol No. 10) adopted by the University Academic Board on December 14, 2002. The division coordinates the planning, organization and management of the Master’s degree training process in all areas and programs (including international) joined the specialist training program at ASOIU.
The division is established and liquidated under the order of the Rector based on the decision of the University Academic Board in accordance with ASOIU’s Regulation.
The Academic Board of the Master’s Degree Division is the collegial decision-making body headed by the dean. The Board includes coordinators who are deans of faculties and heads of international programs that conduct the Master’s degree training. Heads of departments where this professional training is held also become members of the Board under the permission of the deans of relevant faculties.