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Materials that help to enter Russian higher educational institutions have become available for young people from Vietnam. website began to work in Vietnamese. This version is already the eighth in a row. Thus, the audience of the site created to attract students from abroad has expanded significantly. Almost seventy million people in the world speak the Vietnamese language.

The portal is one of the most visited educational resources. During the year, the number of users exceeded one and a half million people. has all the information necessary for those who intend to enroll in a Russian university. It provides information about the benefits of studying in Russia and materials that detail the specific steps to start studying in our country.

After registering on the website, foreigners can apply for free at a university of their choosing, clarify information about exams, documents, deadlines for their submission and other questions. They will receive a response from the university no later in ten days. Almost eighty-four thousand applications have been submitted by foreign applicants during the year. has a lot of other information that is useful for applicants, as well as those who want to study Russian.

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