Information on application to Russian universities is now available to prospective students from Arab countries. The Arab world is native to some 240 million people and Arabic is the official language in 25 countries.
StudyinRussia.ru provides complete information for international applicants. It presents a step-by-step application guide, a list of top state universities and more than 3,500 degree programmes. Use a convenient search tool to select an undergraduate, specialist, graduate, PhD or medical residency programme, as well as Preparatory Department programmes, Russian language courses, summer schools etc. Each programme description includes information about annual or semester tuition fee, language of instruction and supervisor contacts.
Prospective students can contact Russian universities representatives without middlemen for free to send their application and request details concerning document requirements, application deadlines etc. Create a personal account to write to the university you have chosen; you will get a reply within ten workdays. In the academic year 2018–2019, foreign nationals sent 61,887 applications to Russian universities.
Our website posts international students’ testimonials and information about Preparatory Departments, education in English, summer/winter schools for foreigners, international Olympiads that secure preferences for winners, and legalisation and recognition of degrees from Russian and international universities. StudyinRussia.ru also provides information on Russian visa, migration rules and job opportunities during studying in Russia.
A special section highlights life in Russia, average prices, accommodation options, health services, public transportation, climate, Russian specifics, national traditions and dishes and other important things. The Articles section offers many useful tips on preparing for university entry, coming to Russia and adapting to new environment.
Don’t miss regular updates published on the website. Aside from Arabic, Studyinrussia.ru is available in Russian, English, Chinese, Spanish and French. The website is expected to launch the Portuguese, Vietnamese and Turkish versions later this year.