How is education in Russia?

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  Higher education in Russia:

After 11 years of education, if you know even a little Russian language, you can study in Russian state and PRIVATE universities. Good knowledge of the Russian language is required to study medicine and law. Universities are in contract and grant programs. Bachelor's degree is 4 years, Master's degree is 2 years, there are also Phd programs. 13 universities have 100% grant programs, students can get 4-year bachelor's education for free. In addition, a scholarship is allocated for the first month of $80-100, each university has a dormitory, the price is determined from $15 to $30 depending on the quality and number of rooms. Students have the opportunity to work while studying. 20 hours a week is legal, they can earn an average monthly salary of $400-500, maximum $800-900. If you apply through, the probability of admission is high.


  Russian universities:

Moscow State University, St. Petersburg University, Moscow University of Physics and Technology, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Ural Federal University, Tomsk State University, Novosibirsk State University, Sechenova State University are among the top 100 and 1000 universities in the world. listed. Education will be of high quality, of course meeting world standards. The advantages of studying in Russia are, first of all, proximity to Uzbekistan, no visa, easy university entrance exams, good education, international diploma, extensive work opportunities, easy to continue master's degree in Europe after bachelor's degree. The student's monthly expenses will not be large. Average 250-350$ per month. International students also come in large numbers, which gives you a number of opportunities.


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