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Students from Poland can easily find how to study in Russia

(Warsaw, 14 August 2016) 68th AIESEC International Congress will happen on August, 14, 16.00-20.00 in National Museum in Warsaw. Festival of diversity aimed at exposing the most interesting elements of culture, history and traditions of 126 participating countries. The whole world will be represented in one place and time, in a beautiful Warsaw.

AIESEC in Russia together with Study in Russia will present Russian culture, history, traditions and educational opportunities for students. More than 1000 young people will have a chance to get to know about Russia.

With the help of studyinrussia.ru web site, prospective students from Poland and all over the world can find out how they can apply to a Russian university and how to receive a state scholarship. This web portal was launched by Project 5-100, which unites 21 top universities of Russia, and it is designed to provide all the information about education in this country on a single source.

Users can enjoy the “quick search” option to find the program and the school they need. Right now, the site contains descriptions of more than 3,200 undergraduate and graduate courses.

Another special feature of the site is a step-by-step infographic guide for applicants to Russian universities. Prospective students can easily find the list of required documents, information about free tuition opportunities, academic Olympics and upcoming education events.

A separate section is devoted to living and studying conditions in Russia. Here you will find information about campuses and dorms, transportation, student benefits, healthcare, meals, leisure and climate, and much more. Even if you don’t know Russia well, Study in Russia will help you to get a full picture of the system of Russian higher education, including history and traditions, statistics and rankings. The site has pages in key social networks – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, VK, Google+ and also on YouTube.

A special section of the website Study in Russia (as well as on the website’s YouTube channel) is devoted to the testimonials of students who share their experience of studying in the Russian Federation. For example, there are testimonials of two students from Poland - Marek Tadeusz Kotwica and Albert Baryshev.