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25 Russian Universities participated in China Education Expo

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25 Russian Universities participated in China Education Expo


RF Ministry of Education25 Russian Universities participated in China Education Expo taking place in Beijing for 15th time, Russian Educational portal reports.

Russian Unstitutions have received a chance to tell about educational programs in Russia, which is known as the major educational services market.

On the opening day the film about advantages of Russian education was demonstrated.

The Ministry of Education and Science conducted a business meeting between Russian universities and Chinese organizations in charge with students' recruitment.

This event is a part of Education Export major project which aims to promote studying abroad.

Let us remember, the project has started to be realized in the Spring 2017. This project is intended for several years with a final stop in 2025. In the frames of Education Export some legal documents on assepting foreigners in Russian universities and foreign diplomas' evaluation are to be revised. Some changes are going to affect taxes as well.

It is planned to create foreign students' support service, which will start working in a test mode at 20 national institutions. From 2021 the service is going to function in all universities.

Russia is going to be the main guest at the next China Education Expo in Beijing.

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