Russian language and culture charity launches in Slough
1000 scholarships to offered per year from 2018
Celtic tongue gives Muscovite business opportunity
Russian parents struggle with school expenses as real incomes fall
Annual salaries of rectors and professors in different countries from 2012 to 2014
Chinese becomes the first Asian language to be introduced in the Unified State Exam
The association will unite graduates of Soviet and Russian universities
U.S. NGO has awarded $172 million in grants to Russian causes since 1992
Former vice rector Kendrick White to stay on in non-managerial post
Anna Netrebko, Thomas Hampson, and Deborah Voigt will give master classes at the Academy
Unexpected termination provokes a scandal
Geopolitical frictions between countries do not affect the implementation of international education programs supported by the U.S.
Public exams pose a great challenge to schoolchildren
Graduates during festive fireworks
By 2020 hundreds of new professions will have replaced outmoded jobs that were prevalent in the 20th and early 21st centuries
Can the experience of perestroika help to restore bilateral relations?
Does Russian education meet the challenges of the contemporary world?
Danila Fialkovsky from St. Petersburg named one of the winners of the largest pre-college science award in the world
Participants in a conference organized by the Carnegie Moscow Center to mark the historic link-up between Soviet and American soldiers at the Elbe River on April 24, 1945 have used the occasion to call for greater cooperation between Moscow and Washington
The Education and Science Ministry, the Foreign Ministry and the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation have proposed to increase the quota for foreign students in Russian higher education establishments by a third, Kommersant said on Friday