Written By: En Ustu
on 14-Jul-2017 09:11:07 320 views
prawling across two continents and spanning an incredible nine time zones, Russia is the largest country in the world by far. Within its vast boundaries lie some of the planet’s most luxurious palaces, extensive plateaus, highest mountains, coldest cities, strongest spirits, best ballet companies, and largest collections of stacking dolls. In terms of culture, literature is one of the country’s most notable displays.
In Russia, prospective students have a huge range of options:
You have access to the most diverse choice of subjects, from mathematics and natural sciences to drama;
950 universities across 85 regions of the country from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok are ready to welcome you;
You can study for a Bachelor’s, Specialist or Master’s Degree, a doctorate, professional training or career advancement, and also learn Russian.
Both foreigners and Russian citizens can study at Russian universities at the expense of the Russian government or on a private basis.
There are three options for enrolment in state-funded places. Candidates can:
Become a winner of one of the Academic Competitions held in Russia or abroad;
Pass the Unified State Examination or entrance exams;
Pass competitive selection for a government scholarship (quota).
If they have their own funds for study, applicants can select an educational institution and communicate with its representatives. Universities generally ask to send an initial application by email, and to support it with the proper documents.