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Russian universities attract foreign students in terms of prices and quality of education

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Russian universities attract foreign students in terms of prices and quality of education


18.05.2018

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National universities are attractive for foreign students by their quality-to-price ratio, according to the Head of the State University of Management Ivan Lobanov, who talked on this topic during his presentation at the International Conference on Development of the International Education IUNC Eurasia 2018, TASS reports.

Lobanov has noted that many foreigners getting educated in Russia make successful careers back at home, first of all, it concerns students from the developing countries.
 
According to him, Russian IT-specialists quickly find jobs in different countries, which proves one more time a high level of the national education in different directions. Rector reminded that 6 universities of our country entered the top-100 universities on some specializations in accordance with the three leading international ranking systems.

National higher educational institutions traditionally demonstrate confident results in natural, physical, mathematical and IT sciences.

IUNC Eurasia conference finished the day before in the State Management University. More than 250 people took part in it, including representatives of universities and recruiting agencies from different countries. Topics for discussion were peculiarities of relations between the universities and distinctive features of the Russian educational system.

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