Study in Russia
Why Choose Russia :
- Russia is the world’s 6th largest economy by GDP.
- Russia has a fast-moving and growing economy.
- Russian International reserves increased dramatically
- Russian public-debt-to-GDP ratio is very low
- Services are prevailing in Russian economy
- In Russia it is relatively cheap to start business
- Russia has one of the largest domestic markets in the world
- Russia has the highest growth in household consumption per capita
- Russian population is highly educated
- Russia has a relatively low unemployment rate
Why Study in Russia :
1. Living in a unique country
Russia is a hospitable and a tolerant country; it is home to 160 different ethnic groups who live together in peace, and followers of all the biggest world religions.
2. Get prestigious higher education recognized all over the world
The Russian higher education system is comprised of more than 650 state universities where about 9 million people study; more than 210 000 of these come from about 200 different countries.
3. Learn Russian language
he Russian language is one of the key languages of international communication. It is the most geographically widespread language of Eurasia, the most widely spoken among the Slavic languages, and the largest native language in Europe. More than 350 million people can speak Russian.
What does a young professional need to compete in today's job market?
High-quality, prestigious education recognized all over the world.
Benefits of studying in Russia.
More than 650 State University where more than 9 million people study of which 210 000 of these come from about 200 different countries.
More than 300 educational specialties.
Highly qualified teaching personnel of Russian state universities (on average 80% of professors hold Ph.D. degrees) guarantee top-quality education.
The average cost of an academic year, including accommodation in a student hostel, is 2500-4000 USD.
Russian higher education is an excellent opportunity to get to know a country which has a lot to offer.
The Russian system of higher education
One academic year in Russian Universities lasts for 10 months (September 1st – June 30th). The academic year is divided into two semesters: the first semester is September 1st – January 25th; the second semester is February 9th – June 30th. At the end of each semester (January and June) students take tests and exams in the disciplines that they have studied. Between semesters students have vacations: winter vacation (2 weeks: from 25th January to 9th February), and summer vacation (2 months: from 1st July to 30th August). During winter and summer vacations students may either stay in Russia or travel home.
Language of Study
- About 20 specialties are delivered in English.
- The results of international language tests (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL, CAE, DALF, TCF etc.) are not required.
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