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Deadline for foreigners who want to stidy in Russia for free extended until March 15

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Deadline for foreigners who want to stidy in Russia for free extended until March 15


19.02.2021

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The deadline for accepting applications from foreigners to study at Russian higher educational institutions within the quota of the Government of the Russian Federation is extended. The application can be submitted until March 15 on the Education in Russia website.

The launch of a special service for foreign applicants is timed to coincide with the start of the admissions campaign. It was launched by Rossotrudnichestvo. The department explained that the resource is aimed at facilitating the process of application for foreign applicants. For the first time, they will be able to submit applications in electronic form on the website of the state information system. It connects the functions of both a single portal for applicants and a news resource with up-to-date programs.

Superservice will provide an opportunity to provide a completely transparent process: from filing an application and selection to support, including migration.

The selection is carried out in two rounds. The first stage will take place at the applicant's place of residence, at Rossotrudnichestvo offices or embassies. The second stage will be conducted by higher educational institutions, after the consideration of each application.

Based on the selection results, a list of candidates will be created in accordance with the quota allocated for the country.

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