Study in Russia
Russia is the largest country in the world, spanning eleven time zones from West to East. It is also the ninth most populous nation, with well over 140 million inhabitants.
In recent years, there has been an increase in interest in Russia among overseas students. To say that studying abroad in Russia may be thrilling would be a serious understatement.
Russia has a long academic legacy and a high level of education. Many brilliant brains, including a handful of prominent Nobel prize winners, have emerged from its universities.
Russia has put a lot of work into modernizing and making its higher education system accessible to foreign students in recent years. In addition, the government-sponsored "Project 5-100" aims to place at least 5 Russian universities within the top 100 of the most prestigious international university rankings. More than a dozen Russian institutions are currently ranked among the top 500 universities in the world, and the project is beginning to bear fruit.
Lomonosov Moscow State University is by far the most esteemed institution (MSU). However, Russia is home to a huge number of excellent universities. Overall, there are well over 500 Bachelor's programs, Master's programs, and Ph.D. options available to students who desire to study in Russia in English, and that number is increasing every year.
The cost of tuition in Russia is rather reasonable for international students. Regardless of whether you wish to pursue a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Russia, the majority of study programs cost far under 5,000 euros per year, and many even less than 2,000 euros. Students from specified locations who have a strong academic record may even be eligible for government scholarships that will pay their tuition and, in some situations, living expenses.
BENEFITS OF STUDYING (MEDICINE) IN RUSSIA
Simple application and admission procedure
No entrance Exam
Admission by application file selection, without entrance exams,
Proven high quality of education and excellent academic standards
Affordable medical study tuition fees and living expenses,
Several international transport links (easy accessible geographic location)
International accredited universities and recognised degrees
Good facilities at universities
Russian medical degrees are accredited by WHO, UNESCO, etc
Possibility of studying in English
Wide range of possibilities and broad exposure to clinical practice due to highly equipped multiprofile hospitals
International safe medical study environment
Easy student visa application process