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In 2014, the applicants wishing to pass the external independent testing (EIT) not in the official language will have to prove that they were taught in the language of national minorities at school, minister of education and science of Ukraine Dmytro Tabachnyk told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.
He noted that it is very expensive to translate all the tasks into the regional language.
According to the minister, there were cases, when the applicants asked to pass testing in the regional language for different reasons.
"There was a case, when one applicant ordered the testing in the Crimean Tatar language, the second - in Hungarian and the third - in Polish. And they replied that they were not going to enter the university, but they just wanted to determine their level of knowledge in these languages," he said.
Because of such cases, according to the minister, the Education Ministry will initiate a legislative action for permission to get tests in regional languages.
"Of course, everyone will have permission. But the applicants will need to confirm that they were taught in the language of national minorities at school," he said.