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International students can apply online until August 20.Students who have been accepted to the HSE bachelor’s programmes in ‘Law’ and ‘Private Law’ may simultaneously enroll in the second degree programme at the University of London to supplement their basic training.One of Russia’s top schools, HSE University, has more than 20 double-degree programmes with foreign universities, making for an excellent opportunity to receive a European degree at Russian prices.The European Diploma Supplement is given to all HSE graduates in addition to the degree certificate.Russia’s status in the international education community has been cemented through partnerships and shared programs with the world’s leading schools.Accreditation and teaching standards meet international requirements, with 95 Russian universities ranking in the QS EECA University Rankings 2018 and 24 in the QS World University Rankings.
Programme Director and Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) Corresponding Member Andrey Yaroslavtsev explains how the programme will be organised and why HSE is an excellent option for anyone planning to pursue a career in chemistry.
As you read on, you will find that these myths are not only untrue, but in fact touch upon the very reasons you should consider applying to a Russian university! Even a prestigious school like HSE University costs as little as 00 to 00 per year, with full-tuition and partial-tuition scholarships available for international students. A university dormitory room can usually be secured for a small, nominal fee, while a room in a Moscow apartment will be around €175/month.
Studio apartments often cost no more than 0-450/month (though this depends on the part of town, of course).
With cheap student transport passes available, it is not unusual for student’s total living expenses not to exceed 0 per month.
Okay, you might not be ready to have a conversation when you step off the plane, but you’ll recognize plenty of borrowed words from English and French as well as words that are similar to other Slavic languages.
There is also a wide range of HSE master’s programmes taught entirely in English, thereby allowing you to study in a familiar language while you develop your Russian skills outside of class.