Russian universities have launched the first-ever international competition for prospective Master’s students.ITMO University
The Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project, an international competition for students from all over the world, has been organized by Russia’s top universities.
The winner will get the chance to study at one of 500 Russian universities of his/her choice, offering Master’s programs in four sciences – computer science, physics, mathematics
“For the first time ever, Russian universities offer international students a single-window system, so the entrants won’t need to apply for each individual establishment – they enter once and then choose any university they like”, said Daria Kozlova, First
For the first time ever, Russian universities offer international students a single-window system.ITMO University
This opportunity is available to all foreign citizens either in possession of a Bachelor’s
The final round comes in the form of an online test. “The competition is conducted entirely online, so the students won’t need to come to Russia to sit entrance exams. All portfolio documents should be uploaded via the project’s platform. Moreover, it’s a secure system, as we will be able to examine exactly who
The Russian education has always been attractive to foreigners, but this has been truer than ever in recent times. “In recent years, for example, in ITMO University, the share of foreign students has increased almost two-fold, and the number of international employees has increased more than ten-fold”, she added.
The competition is held in conjunction with top Russian universities listed in the top international rankings, namely the 21 leading universities behind in Project 5-100 [a Russian state program devoted to supporting and increasing Russian universities’ global competitiveness].
Portfolios can be uploaded from 1 Dec. 2017 to 16 Feb. 2018. All details can be found on the competition’s website: od.globaluni.ru/en.
This opportunity is available to all foreign citizens.ITMO University
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