Studying in Russia gives you awesome open doors in
various directions. It is not quite the only
opportunity to acquire a high-quality education and a
prominent degree; it is also a great -in-a-lifetime
experience. You will be familiar more about the way of
life, traditions, language, attitudes and lives of the
Russian people. The choice to study in Russia will
definitely opens up another world full of excitement,
dazzling and satisfying experience!
More about Russia!
Russia is 17 million square kilometers,
and it is the biggest country in this world. It covers
around one eighth of the Earth's possessed land mass and
spreads crosswise over two landmasses (Europe and Asia).
The population in Russia is 143 million. Russia is a
multinational nation. Russian ethnicity contain 80% of
the nation's general population, however the Russian
country is home to more than 160 diverse ethnic nations.
The official state spoken dialect is Russian. Well known
outside languages that are frequently included into the
second school educational programs and mostly studied
are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. The
Russian Federation is an organization and
semi-presidential republic, in which the President is
the head of the state. The President of Russia is
Vladimir Putin. The Russian capital which is the
biggest city in the whole country is Moscow (its
population is more than 11 million). There are more than
1050 cities in Russia; in the European part of Russia
the biggest cities are Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Nizhny
Novgorod, Veliky Novgorod, Saratov, Tambov, Astrakhan
Russia is a malty national country where you will find
the followers of many different religions. The most
popular religions are Christianity (Orthodoxy and
Catholicism), Islam (Sunnism), Buddhism
CULTURE AND ARTS
In Russia you
can view the world’s masterpieces in the best museums
and theatres. Also, the cultural inheritance of Russia is
as big and various as the country itself.)
The inspirational paintings of the greatest Russian
artists catch the attentions of not only stylish judges
of art but also normal visitors to the arts, galleries,
Russian writing has created some of the best authors and
writers ever such as – A. Pushkin, L. Tolstoy, A.
Chekhov, F. Dostoevsky, N. Gogol, I, Turgenev, A.
Ostrovsky, N. Nekrasov, M. Bulgakov, V. Nabokov, I.
Bunin, S. Esenin, B. Pasternak, A. Solzhenitsyn and
numerous others. Learning Russian dialect will give you
the greatest chance to read in detail the amazing books
of such authors, whose commitment to the world writing
is precious. A significant number of them had been
granted prestigious abstract prizes, incorporating the
Nobel Prize in Literature
Try new indoor and outdoor sports and enjoy our sporting
victories with us!
From the middle of XX century Russia has been measured a
sporting country. Starting with the Helsinki Olympic
Games of 1952 and going up to the present day, The
Soviet and later Russian athletes have always been in
the top three for the number of gold medals collected at
the Olympics. The 1980 Summer Olympics were held in
Moscow, while the 2014 Winter Olympics was hosted in
Sochi. Russia will also host the 2018 FIFA World Cup.The
most popular sports in Russia are: football, ice hockey,
figure skating, biathlon, skiing, boxing, basketball,
volleyball, handball, tennis, rhythmic
gymnastics, synchronized swimming, chess, weightlifting,
athletics, wrestling (Greco-Roman and freestyle),
martial arts (judo, sambo) and many others.
Admire the incomparable beauty of
Russia’s natural landscapes!
The country’s weather is prevailing in
all the parts of the country. Each of the four seasons –
summer, pre-winter, winter and spring – are effortlessly
recognized. Each season goes on for roughly three
months, making the atmosphere agreeable for the nation's
life. The normal temperature in summer is +25C. It winds
up plainly colder in pre-winter – from +10 C to +15 C.
In winter the temperature is from – 15 C to +5 C. It
winds up noticeably hotter in spring – from +10C to
+15C.As Russia extends over a tremendous range from
south to north and from west to east, the atmosphere
fluctuates in various parts of the nation.
Russia owns the world’s biggest reservoirs of natural
gas and it is the largest country in exporting it.
As well as this, Russia shares first-second place with
Saudi Arabia for volume of extracted oil. Also, Major
sectors of the Russian economy is nuclear energy,
natural gas and oil export, military technical industry,
metallurgy, mechanical engineering, scientific research
and innovation, mining, space technologies,
construction, commerce, telecommunications, transport,
aeronautics and shipbuilding, food technologies,
woodworking, chemical industry, agriculture, and the
Russia is one of the key participants in international
Russia is one of the five permanent
members of the UN Security Council. It remains one of
the greatest powers and has responsibility for
maintaining international peace and security.
Moreover, Russia is a member of the Group of Eight (G8)
industrialized nations. It is a member of a large number
of international organizations, including the Council of
Russia maintains diplomatic relations with 191
countries; it has diplomatic missions in 144 countries.
major Russian cities have pretty well-developed and have
some systems of public transport, including the most
common varieties of vehicles such as buses,
trolleybuses, trams, underground metro, plains, ships,
boats, aqua buses etc
most up-to-date scientific and technical research and
the famous inventions of notable Russian scientists!
the leader of many branches of scientific research and
Space pioneers: Yu.A.
Gagarin, K.E. Tsiolkovskiy, S.P. Korolev, amongst others
first country in the world to invent: light bulb, radio,
television, helicopter, space rocket, video recorder,
mainline locomotive, color photograph, animated feature,
intensifying and generating semiconductor device,
building combined machine, grain harvester, model of
mechanical heart, thermonuclear and atomic bomb,
gasoline-powered engine and many others.
In Russia there are about 4,000 organizations involved
in scientific research and development. About 70% of
these organizations belong to the government.
Become a student of a prestigious state university and
experience independent life full of new impressions,
emotions and friends
Student life is very exciting because it
is not just about studying. The students can visit
museums, cinemas, interesting concerts, shows and
performances; Also, there you will meet new friends from
all parts of our country. This is a
fun, fulfilling, exciting experience.