We welcome new foreign students!
Open the window shade - you are in Russia! Welcome!
We’ve started - the active arrival of foreign students accepted for studies at the Russian universities of the RACUS group has begun! Citizens of Jordan, Morocco, Syria, Tanzania, Egypt, Vietnam, Cyprus, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and other countries have already come to Russia.
The managers of RACUS organization gladly met the young people at the airports of Moscow and the cities of study and helped them to accommodate in student hostels. A long and entertaining path awaits the students. New knowledge, new friends, new adventures - a wonderful, unforgettable student life! Don't worry, we'll go through it with you!
We remind you that the borders of Russia are open to foreign students. Very soon, we expect the arrival of students from more than 75 other countries accepted for studies for the 2021/2022 academic year. We are waiting for you in Russia! We guarantee a warm welcome!
RUSSIA RETURNS AIR TRAFFIC WITH 9 COUNTRIES FROM NOVEMBER 9, 2021
RACUS organization informs that the government of the Russian Federation announced the renewal of regular flights on a reciprocal basis from November 9, 2021 with Tunisia, Iran, the Bahamas, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Sweden and Thailand
Another triumphant victory for Russia! For the eighth year in a row, Russian students become the best programmers in the world
Russian IT specialists have demonstrated the highest level of programming. The International Student Olympiad was held in Moscow on October 5, 2021, it was attended by 60,000 students from more than 100 countries of the world
The first educational workshops took place in the Republic of Sierra Leone. A successful graduate of Russian state universities is a rare nugget in the land of diamonds and gold!
The ambitious youth of Sierra Leone found out the benefits of studying at Russian state universities, as well as the career prospects for holders of a Russian higher education diploma and the professional opportunities that study in Russia opens up for them