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When students decide to study abroad, it opens the door to a lifetime of experience in knowing a novel culture, language, people and environment. They'll also get the chance to reinvent themselves and their life goals. In this regard, studying in Russia can be a highly motivating affair from your life and career viewpoints. True wealth of any country is represented by the education level of the country and Russia has proved its worth by giving due emphasis to this field. Every year, Russian Government spends billions of dollars for the development of education. In this way, it is right to adjudge that Russia has the world’s highest literacy rate.
If you've made up your mind to study in Russia, it is definitely a sound decision as the country offers some of the most globally accepted degrees in the fields of engineering, medicine, economics ,management and humanities. The higher education in Russia is considered to be most fundamental and intellectual in the world. Not only the quality of education is at par with some of the best medical and engineering universities in the world but also offers prestige, affordability and recognition. Russia offers you an extremely satisfied study abroad experience during your stay in Russia.
The teaching level in Russia is on a par with the best universities in the world. The majority of institutes here impart education to students in small groups, so that individual attention can be provided to each and every student. This excellent approach to teaching helps pupils to acquire profound knowledge in their specialized subjects. Another positive aspect of a study in Russia is its fee structure which is reasonably lower than the course fee of other prominent countries. The medical and technical universities of Russia have a carved a niche for themselves by being counted among top 100 medical universities of the world.
The degrees of Russian universities are recognized by employers of all countries. There are over six hundred state higher education establishments that are operating on the territory of Russian Federation. The students prepare in more than five hundred specialties not only in the prestigious field of medical but also other areas like engineering, economics and management. Russian Government places top priority on giving hands on training to both the local students as well as those who have come from abroad. At present there are about 100,000 international students from over 200 countries who are studying in Russia.
The Higher Education System in Russia has its own place in the world stage. The Institutes / Universities offering higher education in Russia have a total enrollment of more than two million students. The staff of the various institutions include more than 16,250 doctors of science and about 8,70,000 candidates of science who, apart from lecturing, are active in the development of new scientific trends and advanced technology.
The standard of Higher Education in Russia is considered to be most advanced and sophisticated in the world as every educational institution is well equipped and their teaching methods are well regulated streamlined and carves a path for an extensive development of students in their specialties. The student teacher ratio is approximately 7:1.
In Russia there are 48 Medical Colleges. All the Russian Universities to which students are admitted are Government run universities and students graduating from these universities will be eligible for registration with the Medical Council of India. All these Universities are listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools (WDMS) Published by the World Health Organization (WHO), which entitles the students to appear for the Screening test conducted by the National Board of Examinations on behalf of the MCI.
The Russian degrees have global recognition and have topped WHO and UNESCO rankings. The Russian Federation has some of the finest medical colleges in the World. Out of the top I 00 colleges in World Ranking, about 30 positions are occupied by the Russian Medical Universities. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the UNESCO has rated, The Moscow Medical Academy, The Russian State Medical University and the St. Petersburg State Medical University in 2nd, 3rd & 10th positions in the world respectively. Indian students seeking admission into medical courses will be admitted only in those institutions listed in the WDMS and similarly engineering students will be admitted in those institutions whose degrees are recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.
Russia has a good deal of experience for co-operation with the developing countries in the field of higher education. For instance, more than half of the foreign students attending Russian Universities for higher education in the field of Engineering/ Medicine are from developing countries in Asia and Africa and from Latin America. Training programmes for foreign specialists/technicians in Medical/ Engineering institutes of Russia is done with respect to their future professional activity in their own country.
Therefore, on returning to their country, the technocrats will have no trouble in adjusting to the prevalent working conditions in their own country. The tuition fee in Russian institutions is reasonable in contrast to the western countries.
The system of imparting higher education in Russia is well formulated and at par with western countries. The evaluation of the performance of students is designed in such a way that the progresses of the latter in mastering the subjects included in the curricula are monitored closely and objectively. The number of tests and examination to be taken during every academic year is strictly formulated by the head of the institutions. Student performance on test is evaluated as "passed" or "failed" and on examinations as "excellent", "good" "satisfactory" or "unsatisfactory". Students accumulating a number of arrears in their new academic year are dismissed from their higher educational institutions. The final state examinations are also avery important part of the higher educational assessment process in Russia. These methodologies constitute a comprehensive evaluation system by which the knowledge and the skills of specialists are brightened and the qualification obtained becomes invaluable and precious.
In all the Russian Institutions, academic year starts from September. There are two semesters in an academic year, September to January and February to June. First semester examinations are held usually in January followed by second semester in June. Students enjoy two types of vacations in their curriculum. It is winter vacation from 15th January to 7th February and summer vacation from 1st July to 31st August.