Russia has a rich history of ups and downs, and boasts countless natural, historical and cultural attractions. Covering more than 17 million square kilometres, and home to approximately 150 million, it would take you about a week to cross the country by train.
Sprawling across two continents and spanning an incredible nine time zones, Russia offers different lifestyles depending on which region you choose to study.
Russia’s capital city, Moscow, is home to an impressive array of cosmopolitan delights as well as numerous monuments, museums, galleries and buildings. The Russian capital is also home to many of the country’s top universities.
The Russian education is more personified than the European, for example. Lectors pay more attention to each student, it is always possible to get advice or ask teacher a question. The curator helps writing the thesis, explains everything in detail. During study in Russia you will have a lot of practical work. University professors will check your knowledge level not only at examinations, but also throughout all educational process.