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Rossotrudnichestvo launches Study in Russia! online service

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Rossotrudnichestvo launches Study in Russia! online service


15.09.2020

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The new Study in Russia! website has been launched by Rossotrudnichestvo, the agency's website reports.

The main audience of the website is young people living in foreign countries who want to continue their studies in Russia. It is aimed at enhancing the prestige of Russian online education. In addition, the service provides training for admission to a wide range of specialties.

The platform brings together online courses covering various subjects of the school curriculum. It also contains materials that meet the Russian educational standards of  preparing for exams. Much attention is paid to the study of Russian as a foreign language.

Each course of the service contains a large number of various online tasks that will make preparation for exams exciting: interactive presentations, virtual laboratory works, simulators for preparing for the exam.

The project participants will be supported by teachers and methodologists. They will provide listeners with feedback.

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