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Highly Likely Welcome Back,or Time to go home!


17.04.2018

Picture: Russian Ministry of Education and Science website

Russia is interested to return back home compatriot students getting education in other countries. The Highly Likely Welcome Back! project is aimed at returning the young people home, RIA Novosti informs.

Experts state that Russia is ready to shift the students to national universities and help them with employment. According to Rossotrudnichestvo’s representative Olga Evko, today more and more countries choose a path of Russophobia. This has negative impact on Russian compatriots narrowing their chances for self-fulfillment.

The head of the management and politics’ faculty of Moscow State Institute of International Relations Henry Sardaryan has mentioned that there will be a comprehensive structure developed specially for Russians studying at British universities. He is sure that Russia must build up an extensive infrastructure to return students home.

Sardaryan has underlined that students having bachelor’s degree can shift to the faculty of management and politics of Moscow State Institute of International Relations and assured that the quality of their education will not suffer. Besides, those who have trouble in studying in Russian, will be offered programs in English. The whole process of shifting to Russian educational institutions will be comfortable and without any bureaucracy involved.

The head of All-Russian community Preactum, the deputy chairman on questions of entrepreneurship of Russian Association of students on development of science and education Oleg Mansurov, in his turn, has mentioned that students and graduates would not have employment problems in Russia. He assured that each student and qualified specialist will get individual approach for setting a career trajectory in Russia.

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