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Programs of Pushkin Institute comply with EU standards

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Programs of Pushkin Institute comply with EU standards



Educational programs of Moscow Pushkin State Russian Language Institute comply with European Standards and Guidelines (ESG). From 2020, diplomas of students who have mastered these programs will be recognized automatically in 48 countries participating in Bologna process. This statement was made by the National Center for Public Accreditation, the website of Pushkin Institute reports. 

A number of programs on linguistics, literary studies and methods of Russian language teaching, which are taught at the Institute, have already been included in the European register of accredited ones. The register also includes the programs of 25 Russian universities. The register is valuable because it is based on the results of an independent examination. Due to this, ESG standards are recognized worldwide, have enormous prestige in the international pedagogical environment, and influence the development of higher education in many countries. 

Inclusion of the program in the list of compliance with European standards expands the possibilities of universities and their graduates. In particular, after graduating from the university, they will be able to continue their studies in the magistracy of leading universities in Europe. 

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