I received my bachelor's degree in education and went on to receive my master's degree in international counseling. I have been working as an educational consultant for the past 20 years.
I am a member of several professional educational consultant organizations across the country. Each year, I attend a variety of webinars and conferences to better help my clients with the admission process.
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I offer a service to go over the application process with the student and their family. After this initial consultation, I follow up with the family to recommend an appropriate service for their needs.
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STUDY IN RUSSIA
Russia is a hospitable and inviting country. Geographically the biggest country on the planet, Russia has in store something for everyone Beyond Bears, vodka, ballet and Easter eggs, this erstwhile part of now defunct Soviet Union is a mighty power in the international political order. Russia as a topnotch education provider has heavily invested in research and universities and continues to do so with greater emphasis on English-taught courses. So whatever program you might choose to study in Russia it would be solid investment for future.
Country name- Russian Federation
Nature of Government- Federation and semi-presidential republic
Main cities- Moscow, Saint Peters burg, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk
Official Language- Russian
Currency- Russian ruble
Population- 142,470,272 (July 2014 EST.)
Total area -17,075,400 square kilometres or 6,601,668 square miles.
Telephone code- + 7
Economy- Upper-middle income mixed economy with state ownership in strategic areas of the economy
Key industries- Oil and gas, mining, aircraft building, aerospace production, weapons and military machinery manufacture, electric engineering, automotive transport, road and agriculture machinery production etc
WHY STUDY IN RUSSIA
Truly international universities offering courses at cost effective tuition fees
20 + Russian universities find place in the world university rankings
Proximity to Asia and Europe
Global recognition and acceptance of Russian educational qualifications
Widest range of educational programs available
Great campuses and state of the art facilities offered
Education that combines traditional and modern innovation
Excellent research oriented study environment
Explore the world’s largest country with over 9 time zones
Offers great social life for international students
Home to some of the finest traditions
Comparatively simple visa procedures
RUSSIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
RUSSIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM: The system is split into four major parts – primary, secondary, higher and postgraduate education. School education consists of 11 years, unlike conventional 12 years education system.
Russian higher education consists of bachelors and masters. After successful completion of a master degree a student can enroll onto a postgraduate education, something similar to a PhD or Doctoral degree.
MOST PREFERRED AREA OF STUDY BY INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
rts and science
Oil production, Refining and petro-Chemicals
Aero space management
COURSE FEE IN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLEGES- (Approximate)
Bachelors:1,20,000 -2,90,000 rubles; vary with universities per year
Masters; on an average 1,60,000 – 3,80,000 rubles per year
Postgraduate; 2,80,000 – 3,20,000 rubles per year
COST OF LIVING – APPROXIMATE
3500-50000 rubles per year
Between August-September and the admission process starts by May
GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
For graduate programs a decent percentage of marks in previous field of education. For masters, one needs to have a previous degree in the same or similar field. Some universities require students to write an entrance exam for the admission process