For studying in Russia there are five steps needed. At first, it is necessary to register at ‘Russia.Study’ and choose your respective programme. Here the profile has to be completed in the personal account and the applications to universities are sent out. After passing a competitive selection a place at a Russian university will be reserved.
In this section, we highlight the overall performance of Russian universities on the institutional level per U-Multirank dimension. The table below shows the national breakdown of Russian universities and how they stand across the spectrum of above average (receiving a score of ‘A’ (very good) or ‘B’ (good)), versus below average (receiving a score of ‘D’ (below average) or ‘E’ (weak)). In doing so, U-Multirank offers a clear picture on the country’s strengths and areas for improvement.
It becomes apparent that in general Russia's higher education institutions perform strongest in U-Multirank’s teaching & learning and regional engagement dimensions.
The minimum cost is 122,500 rubles ($1,880) per year. The maximum is 632,580 rubles ($9,730) per year. The cost of studying a Specialist degree in a medical university in Russia is on average 290-320 thousand rubles * ($4,460-4,920) per year.
Russian Universities offer free merit admission system for International students. All students who have secondary school certificate have right to get admission to Russian State Universities.
We don’t require any specific marks or grades for admission to any course. You can find further information here.
Further information about scholarships can be found here.
Most international students require a Russian student visa to come and study in Russia. In case of applying for a visa, the student has to be accepted into a course at an officially recognized Russian college, university or place of higher educational learning.