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The website has begun working in Portuguese, one of the most common languages in the world since more than two hundred million people speak it. Thanks to the new version of the site, applicants who speak Portuguese will be able to receive information about the possibilities advantages of Russian education. is one of the most visited educational sites. Information necessary for all who are just thinking about continuing education, and those who are already studying is presented at the website.

Applicants and their parents can get acquainted with the traditions of Russian education and find out the cost of the study. The position of higher educational institutions of Russia in international rankings is also presented. Student reviews can also be found on the website.

There is a separate section with a detailed five-steps instruction. It presents all stages of admission to universities in Russia. There is a search engine aimed at helping to find an educational program according to specified criteria. The system contains about three and a half thousand programs. The description of each is supplemented with the cost and contacts of the curator.

There is information about the preparation of documents for admission to the university, answers to popular questions and much more.

An application to the university can be sent through an applicant’s personal account. The site was launched four years ago, and during this time it received about one hundred and fifty thousand applications.

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