Russia spans from the Eastern plains of Europe to the Orientals of Asia . The country covers 17,075,400 square kilometers, making it the largest country in the world. The official language is Russian, although there are some 100 languages spoken among the 160 ethnic groups registered to be living within Russian borders. This makes Russia an incredibly diverse country, with no one culture to guide your expectations.
Russian higher education is most famous for its superiority within the areas of science and research. It is said that over one quarter of the world’s scientific literature is published in Russian – a surprisingly uniform language despite its enormous spread across country and peoples. It is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations.



As the world’s largest country, it’s hardly surprising that Russia is home to so many universities -- 950 of them, to be exact. What may come as a surprise? How many of its higher education institutions offer world-class, globally-recognized educational opportunities. Russia now participates in the Bologna Process, and many of its premier universities are members of the European Universities Association. A whopping 22 Russian universities, meanwhile, earned spots on the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017.

Russia recently earned a plum spot on Bloomberg’s roundup of the world’s most innovative economies, but its innovative spirit is not limited to the financial sector. A Russian education uniquely fuses traditional academic rigors with a commitment to innovation in the form of competency-based education across a breadth and depth of areas of study. And while we’d be lying if we didn’t say that studying in Russia was demanding, a degree from a Russian institution is highly prized by the world’s employers -- making it well worth the effort.

There’s a reason why Russia’s best and brightest high school grads fight so fiercely for sought-after spots at the country’s universities. From engineering and economics to law and medicine, Russia offers near-endless opportunities for academic enrichment. Starting from 2020 international students are allowed to work and residence permit are also issued to students with good grades after graduation.


1. Pick a subject to study in Russia
Out of the various English-taught degrees available in Russia, the following are the most popular among international students: Medicine, Nursing, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, MBA and Economics

2. submit your application
There are two options for international students:

Apply through our website by clicking on apply now link
Apply by sending us your documents to [email protected]

3. Meet the university entry requirements below
(i)completed application form
(ii)proof of paying the application fee (if applicable)
(iii)high school diploma (to apply for a Bachelor’s)
(iv)Bachelor’s diploma (to apply for a Master’s)
(v)transcript of records
(vi)passport-sized photo(s)
(vii)copy of valid passport