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More than two thousand applied to study in Russian universities

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More than two thousand applied to study in Russian universities


01.02.2019

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2300 applications to study in Russian universities in Syria through the Russia.Study system were received while there are just 500 places for 2019/2020. Cooperation between Russia and Syria in education field were discussed during the meeting of Rossotrudnichestvo deputy director Pavel Shevtsov and Minister Counselor at the Syrian Embassy Nadjib Eldgi, Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. 

Russia and Syria are connected by many years of strategic partnership. Moscow is interested that Syria gets back to normal. According to Pavel Shevtsov, Russia's help in education of Syrians will promote economic recovery of the country.  Minister Counselor at the Syrian Embassy claimed that cooperation in education will create a firm base for Syria recovery and strengthening relations between the countries. 

In 2019 representatives of 14 Russian institutions will conduct presentations in Syria. They will tell about their programs and grant possibilities.

Syrian students can apply to Russian universities due to agreements between authorities of two countries. Earlier Sevastopol Syrian Tartus authorities claimed that they aim to enhance cooperation in many fields, including education.

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