From Architecture to Medicine: these are all the courses offered by UNMSM in the 2025-I admission exam

From Architecture to Medicine: these are all the courses offered by UNMSM in the 2025-I admission exam
From Architecture to Medicine: these are all the courses offered by UNMSM in the 2025-I admission exam

The exam will consist of 100 questions, of which 10 will be part of an attitudinal section. – Credit: Andina

Those who aspire to enter the National University of San Marcos (UNMSM) must be attentive to all the details of the 2025-I admission process, which offers 2,561 vacancies for a total of 73 professional careers. In this way, the Central Admissions Office (OCA) has announced that the entrance exam will be held on four different dates: 5, 6, 12 and 13 October next year.

The exam will consist of 100 questionsof which 10 will be part of an attitudinal section to assess transversal competencies, with no penalty for incorrect answers. In addition, he confirmed that all places will be assigned according to a strict order of merit.

The exam will consist of 100 questions, of which 10 will be part of an attitudinal section. – Credit: Andina

  1. Administration
  2. International Business management
  3. Gastronomy Management
  4. Tourism Administration
  5. Maritime and Port Administration
  6. Anthropology
  7. Archeology
  8. Architecture and Urbanism
  9. until
  10. Public Sector Business Audit
  11. Library and Information Sciences
  12. Food Science
  13. Politic science
  14. Biological Sciences
  15. Scientific Computing
  16. Social comunication
  17. Computing and Restoration
  18. Accounting
  19. Danza
  20. Right
  21. Economy
  22. International economy
  23. Public Economy
  24. Education
  25. Physical education
  26. Nursing
  27. Statistics
  28. Pharmacy and Biochemistry
  29. Philosophy
  30. Physical
  31. Genetics and Biotechnology
  32. Geography
  33. Tax management
  34. History
  35. industrial engineering
  36. Environmental engineering
  37. biomedical engineering
  38. Civil Engineering
  39. Mining Engineering
  40. Occupational Health and Safety Engineering
  41. Systems engineer
  42. Software Engineering
  43. Telecommunications Engineering
  44. Electric engineering
  45. Electronic Engineering
  46. Geographical Engineering
  47. Geological Engineering
  48. industrial engineering
  49. Fluid Mechanics Engineering
  50. Metallurgical Engineering
  51. Chemical engineering
  52. Textile and Clothing Engineering
  53. Operative investigation
  54. Languages, Translation and Interpretation
  55. Linguistics
  56. Literature
  57. Marketing
  58. Mathematics
  59. Human medicine
  60. Veterinary Medicine
  61. Microbiology and Parasitology
  62. Nutrition
  63. Obstetrics
  64. odontology
  65. Budget and Public Finance
  66. Psychology
  67. Organizational and Human Management Psychology
  68. Chemical
  69. Sociology
  70. Medical technology
  71. Toxicology
  72. Social work

The exam will consist of 100 questions, of which 10 will be part of an attitudinal section. – Credit: Andina

  • Saturday, October 5: Area D (Economic and Management Sciences) and Area E (Humanities and Legal and Social Sciences).
  • Sunday, October 6th: Area B (Basic Sciences) and Area C (Engineering).
  • Saturday, October 12th: Area A (Health Sciences, except Professional School of Human Medicine).
  • Sunday, October 13th: Professional School of Human Medicine.
  • Surnames starting with the letter A, B, C, D, E, F: until July 6, 2024.
  • Surnames that begin with the letters G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, Ñ, O: from July 8 to July 31, 2024.
  • Surnames beginning with the letters P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z: from August 1 to 24, 2024.
  • Laggards: all lyrics from August 26 to September 14, 2024.

The exam will consist of 100 questions, of which 10 will be part of an attitudinal section. – Credit: Andina

UNMSM has implemented a new rule in its admission process: candidates will be admitted in order of merit until all available vacancies are filled, as long as they obtain a positive grade. This provision was explained to the Andean Agency by Jeri Ramon Ruffnerrector of the university.

“They cannot enter with a grade of minus one or minus three, that cannot be allowed in San Marcos. Those who enter in order of merit will also have to have a passing grade (positive score). We have to rescue the academic level and the university,” he declared.

The previous entrance exam maintained a minimum score requirement of 900 points, which resulted in 1,320 vacant positions, which were subsequently filled after the requirement was eliminated.

Carlos Francisco Cabrera Carranzaacademic vice-rector for undergraduate studies, indicated that eliminating the requirement for a minimum score does not mean a drop in the academic level, since the difficulty of the exam measures the quality of the entrants.

Another significant change is the elimination of the ‘second option’which allowed candidates to apply to two different professional schools. In addition, students wishing to enter branches in the provinces must prove that they are residents of those specific localities and will carry out their studies exclusively at the corresponding branch.

 
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