Universidad Nacional Tecnológica

Universidad Nacional Tecnológica (UNNATEC) – private higher education institution in Dominican Republic. UNNATEC began its work in the year 2003. One of the attractions of the capital of Dominican Republic is the main campus of UNNATEC. Universidad Nacional Tecnológica occupies an important place in the country’s education system. Teaching is carried out at the highest level, and the educational process meets international standards. Despite being one of the youngest universities of Dominican Republic, Universidad Nacional Tecnológica ranks high in international ratings.

Universidad Nacional Tecnológica Offered Courses | Programmes

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Master of Arts — MA and Master of Science — MSc
  • MBA — Master of Business Administration
  • Master Research — MRes and Master of Philosophy — MPhil

Universidad Nacional Tecnológica Tuition Fees

The cost of master’s programs

CountryStateMinMaxLanguageTOEFL IBTIELTSApplication deadlines
Australia18,000 USD35,000 USDEng796.5November 15 — the end of May
Canada10,900 USD39,300 USDEngl/French907.5Depends on the university
USA18,000 USD67,000 USDEng796.5February 1
New Zealand18,000 USD55,000 USDEng796.5Depends on the university
Great Britain14,000 USD59,700 USDEng1007September-January
China3,000 USD5,000 USDChinese796January-March
Germany506 USD2,431 USD23,293 USDEng/German966November-January/May/June
France506 USD3,848 USD35,445 USDEng/French796.5January-May
ItalyFree4,051 USD18,229 USDEng796.5Depends on the university
Norway50 USD8,102 USD9,114 USDEng/Norwegian795December 1
Netherlands3,038 USD36,458 USDEng796.5Depends on the university
Spain1,114 USD3,038 USDEng/Spanish796Upon receipt
Finland91 USD10,127 USD17,216 USDEng/Finnish806.5Depends on the university
Switzerland4,183 USD15,191 USDEng/French7965-11 months before the start

The full list of countries

The first thing you should consider is your budget, especially if it is limited. On the one hand, this will significantly narrow the choices available, on the other hand, it will simplify the search — you will not waste any time on considering options that are beyond your reach. Remember: the total cost is not only the tuition fees that are set by the university. A significant and sometimes even larger cost comes from living abroad. For example, in Germany, tuition fees may be around 152-304 USD per year, but at the same time, for rent and other personal expenses, the student will need to spend about 11,140 USD/year. Generally, the necessary amount of funds to cover the tuition and living costs per year (programs in English) is:

  • 8,000-10,000 USD — Eastern Europe, the Baltic States;
  • 10,000-25,000 USD — Europe, Asia;
  • 25,000-60,000 USD — USA, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand.

For accommodation, you need to have at least the amount that is required when applying for a student visa (bank statement). In practice, students spend even more depending on the city in which the university is located and how they spend their free time.Read moreMYTH. All foreign students are given a dorm room at affordable prices

What should I do if I dream of entering a top university, but most likely won’t be able to afford it?”” — you ask. It is possible and even necessary to submit documents to the “dream university”. With an excellent profile, you have a chance to get a scholarship, but at the same time, you should send applications to other universities just in case. Backup universities need to be selected on the basis of:

  1. Budget — how much the prices correspond to your financial capabilities;
  2. Profile — how much your academic achievements correspond with the requirements if they are enough to bring your odds to almost 100% chance of being enrolled.

MYTH. If you pay to study, you are guaranteed to enroll

Universidad Nacional Tecnológica Admission

Admission to bachelor’s

The minimum package of documents required for admission to bachelor’s programs includes:

  • Certificate of completed secondary education;
  • Language certificate;
  • Certificate of financial solvency.

Depending on the country and the university itself, it also may be required to provide:

  • Motivation letter;
  • Letters of recommendation;
  • Results of a standardized test (for example, TestAS or SAT), which simultaneously checks the level of foreign language proficiency and subject knowledge of the applicant;
  • Portfolio (for creative specialties).

It is believed that entering the leading universities around the world is difficult and expensive. However, this is not always the case. With proper planning of time, finances, and personal resources, admission to a foreign university is possible. In this article, we will debunk the most common myths about studying abroad, as well as reveal the main subtleties of admission in a step-by-step instruction based on the experience of our employees.

In this article you will learn:

  • What steps do you need to go through to enter a university or college in another country?
  • What pitfalls can be encountered along the way?
  • When should you start preparing for applying to a foreign educational institution?

Spoiler alert: You need to start your preparation at least a year before admission, but it’s better to decide on educational institutions and assess your abilities even earlier.MYTH. Even if I can afford it, it is almost impossible to enterMYTH. I won’t be able to handle the workloadMYTH. I am already too old to studyContents.

Requirements for admission to a master’s degree

Standard set of documents:

In addition to good academic (Bachelor’s degree) and language (TOEFL or IELTS) indicators, for admission to the master’s program, the applicant must demonstrate professional and personal maturity, a clear understanding of his career goals, which should be highlighted in a motivation letter and recommendations. If the applicant already has work experience in the field, then one of the recommendations has to be from an employer, the second from a university teacher. If the applicant has not worked anywhere, then the recommendations are provided by professors of the university where the applicant studied.

Business-oriented programs, as well as some others, require the submission of GRE or GMAT test results.

Application documents to the master’s program must be submitted no later than 6-8 months before the start of the program, however, the exact time depends on the particular university and the chosen specialty.

If the applicant does not meet the necessary requirements for admission to master’s studies, he can enter a Pre-Masters training course.

Step by step instruction for admission to a foreign university

Further, we describe in detail all the steps taken by every applicant who wishes to study abroad.

Before applying

Competition in good foreign universities is usually quite high, so before you enter you need to allocate some time to do things that will strengthen your profile and increase the chances of enrollment.

Here are some of them:

  • Organize events (forum, science fair, social event, etc.);
  • Publish a scientific article in a journal (minimum city or university level);
  • Make public speeches/reports on significant social issues at conferences/forums;
  • Take part in competitions/workshops/masterclasses that award diplomas or certificates;
  • Take relevant online courses on Coursera and other online platforms;
  • Listen to lectures related to your future specialty from world-leading universities, for example, Harvard, Stanford, and others;
  • Participate in a volunteer program or internship, preferably abroad;
  • Gain work experience in the selected field and achieve some results if possible;
  • Develop a research plan or prepare material for future graduate work.

At the same time, it is important to consciously approach various kinds of activities — choose only those that will correspond to the future specialty. Obviously, it makes no sense to write reports or articles on the topic of economics if you are applying for medicine.

If you devise a plan a couple of years before admission, you will manage to distribute the load and not burn yourself out right before applying, when you will need to simultaneously prepare for the graduation exams, TOEFL, SAT, write an essay, prepare for an interview plus additional activities.

Note: the requirements for the profile of the future student vary depending on the cycle of education — for master’s and doctoral programs much more significant achievements will be needed compared to a high school graduate entering a bachelor’s program.

Errors and Suggestion

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Important Notice: When starting your education life, do not just proceed in line with this information. This information provides basic information about the university.
Make contact with university before your final decision.

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