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RACUS organization took part in an international education fair in Koforidua, Ghana
RACUS organization presented Russian higher education at the international education fair that took place in Koforidua, Ghana on February 17-19th, 2020.
The stand of RACUS organization attracted a lot of ambitious young Ghanaians and their parents. The stand visitors learned that universities of RACUS group offer study programs in English, Russian and French that integrate both theory and practice. Students of RACUS universities constantly apply their knowledge into practice, that is why after graduation they feel ready for working in their field of specialty.
The visitors of RACUS stand also learned that diplomas of Russian state universities of RACUS group are recognized worldwide. Graduates of these universities can further their studies or start to work in Ghana as well as in any other country of the world. According to the law recently adopted by the Russian government, international students can work during their studies without special permit. They can use this opportunity to practice their profession from the very first year of studies and get references at the best Russian companies.
The Scarlet Sails, a major celebration of high school graduates took place in Saint Petersburg
On the night of the 27th of June the annual Russian celebration of high school graduates the Scarlet Sails was held in Saint Petersburg, Russia
M.I. Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University is ranked among the best Russian universities
Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University of RACUS group, took 64th place in the rating which is 6 positions higher than last year
Tambov State University was ranked by « THE University Impact Rankings »
The British magazine “Times Higher Education”, specializing in quality assessment of the world's higher education institutions, published a list of 766 top universities, where it included Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin