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Russian Education Globally
Russia is conducting a consistent policy of integration of national universities in the global education system.
--30-12-2013--
Startups Help to Stay Connected, Share & Personalize Education
Promoting startups in education here in Russia is the same as betting on David in his lone fight against Goliath. It doesnt sounds quite feasible but thats what we must do against the odds because, ultimately, thats where the future is.
--25-11-2013--
Higher Education Not for Low-Graders
If the bill on new education regulations and standards is signed into law, a big share of school-leavers will be cut off from colleges and universities.
--07-12-2012--
100 Books a Student Should Read: Russian Government View
As part of his pre-electoral work, the Prime Minister has recently announced a plan to compile a list of 100 books that every Russian student should "read thoughtfully". Although a popular idea, is it really fresh?
--03-02-2012--
The Feast of Science and Education at the 6th Festival of Science
The 6th Festival of Science that took place between 7 and 9 October 2011 has once again drawn in massive crowds of people of all ages and walks of life, interested or involved in scientific research and academic studies. Russia-InfoCentre asked Elizaveta Arapova, an historian and staff member of the Museum of History of the MSU, to tell our readers what awaited the visitors of the Festival Fair. Turns out, it wasn't just food for thought...
--26-10-2012--
Why Young Russians Leave the Country?
Migration becomes more and more intense nowadays. Do we know why it happens and how to make use of these processes?
--22-08-2011--


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Russian Government Has No Plans to Allow Hijabs in Schools
Russian officials don't see any reasons for changing the existing rules of secular education and permitting Muslim headscarves at schools, Russian Education and Science Minister Dmitry Livanov told the press on Wednesday.
--05-02-2015--
Passing Grades for Russian Centralized Testing to Rise in Spring 2015
The lowest passing score at the Centralized Testing for Russian school leavers will be rised by spring 2015, according to Russia's deputy prime minister Olga Golodets.
--25-12-2014--
Robotics to Be Taught in Russian Schools in 2015
School children in several Russian regions will get the opportunity to learn about robotics and its technology during optional courses.
--11-12-2014--
Russia to Make Its Own International Higher Education Ranking
Russia plans to prepare an official international ranking of higher education institutions, including universities in the CIS, BRICS and SCO countries, by June 2015, the Russian Government said Tusday.
--29-05-2014--
Syrian Schoolchildren to Teach Russian Language
Syrian school students will get the opportunity to choose Russian as a second foreign language for learning starting from the next academic year.
--08-01-2014--
7 Colleges Facing Reforms
Seven state colleges are set for a major overhaul after a comprehensive assessment done by the Education Ministry across the establishments providing tertiary education.
--13-12-2013--
Moscow Ranked 38th Best City for Students
Moscow, the capital of Russia, has become 38th on a new list of the 50 best student cities in the world, sharing this place with Adelaide and Los Angeles.
--21-11-2013--
Nobel Laureate Andre Geim Comes to Support Russian Minister
Nobel Prize Laureate Andre Geim has come to Moscow to give his support to Russias Education and Science Minister Dmitry Livanov in his struggle with Russian scientists and lawmakers.
--29-05-2013--
Russian Communists Want to Remove Education Minister
On Tuesday, April 9, Russian Communist Party called the government to admit its mistakes in the education sector and dismiss Education Minister Dmitry Livanov.
--10-04-2013--
Lomonosov Moscow State University Is Back In the Global Ranks
After the terrible year of 2012 when the Moscow State University was not included by The Times into its annual rating of global universities, Russia's oldest academic institution is back on the list at position 50.
--07-03-2013--
Russian Orthodox Church Plans To Make Theology a Proper Discipline
After years of being silenced by the State, the Russian Orthodox Church is about to take revenge by making Theology a recognised academic discipline.
--30-11-2012--
Russian Pupils Will Have Golf, Chess And Bridge Classes At Schools
As of 2013, school students in Russia may be able to learn to play chess and golf as part of their curriculum. Chess and bridge are offered as non-mandatory subjects, to stimulate intellectual development of Russian pupils. And golf is expected to steer the popularisation of this sport in Russia.
--14-11-2012--
Russian Students to Study at the Best Foreign Universities
Starting from 2013, Russian students will be permitted to study at the most prestigious universities of the world at the expense of the Russian Government.
--26-10-2012--
Russia Celebrates the Day of Lycees
The Russian Lycee opened in Tsarskoe Selo near St. Petersburg on October 19. The day was later commemorated in the eponymous poem by Alexander Pushkin and is now celebrated throughout Russia as the Day of Lycees.
--19-10-2012--
Izhevsk Pensioners Learn Computer Skills At Schools
Old people in Izhevsk, Udmurtia can now learn computer skills for free.
--10-10-2012--
Professor of Law Yury Tolstoy Celebrates 85th Birthday
One of Russia's oldest living Professors of Law, Yury Tolstoy is celebrating his 85th birthday today.
--24-09-2012--
Fourteen Russian Universities Entered World University Rankings
Moscow State University placed only 116th, while St. Petersburg State University is on 253rd place in the annual QS World University Rankings
--13-09-2012--
Peruvian Servicemen to Be Educated in Russia
According to an agreement between Russia and Peru, two hundred Peruvian servicemen will study in Russias universities.
--10-09-2012--
Russians Don't Lose Hope for Quality Education
Over half of Russians are convinced it is impossible to receive a good education in Russia today, while one third say the quality education in Russia goes without saying.
--27-08-2012--
The Ural Federal University Introduces an MA Political Journalism Programme
As of the year 2012/13, the Ural Federal University in Yekaterinburg introduces a new MA programme in Political Journalism. The students will specialise in political consultancy, analysis, and blogging.
--21-08-2012--
The British Council Call For Entries To The Pre-Raphaelite Poetry Translation Seminar
The British Council in Moscow calls translators of poetry to submit their entries for a chance to take part in a Pre-Raphaelite Translation Seminar.
--30-07-2012--
An Open-Air Library Welcomes Muscovites
An open-air library welcomes Muscovites, young and old, throughout the summer season. The youngest ones can also join an eco-quest around the park.
--09-07-2012--
E-Books in Russian Schools: Advantages and Disadvantages
The recent experiment in four schools of St. Petersburg aims to replace traditional paper textbooks with e-readers, electronic devices designed for reading digital books and magazines. The first experimental results have already revealed some practical problems.
--09-04-2012--
Russia Plans to Block Mobile Signals in Theatres and Churches
The State Commission for Radio Frequencies plans to discuss the possibility of using noise generators and mobile network blockers in theatres, churches, and at schools during exams.
--28-02-2012--
School Science Forum to Take Place in Yekaterinburg
Representatives of 26 school scientific communities will participate in the forum February 25-26.
--24-02-2012--
The Most Popular Professions among Russian Schoolchildren
The All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) has revealed results of the latest opinion poll, in which Russian schoolchildren expressed their career aspirations.
--22-02-2012--
Soviet Times Back to Russian Schools
Teachers who proposed to revive hobby groups popular in Soviet times, have been supported by deputies of Moscow City Duma.
--08-02-2012--
Government Plans to Fund Private Schools
A new draft bill on the governmental funding of education in private schools and kindergartens will be discussed in the Russian State Duma. The document was approved in the first reading November 17.
--06-02-2012--
South Urals Schools Introduced New Subject
Fundamentals of religious cultures and secular ethics has been introduced as a new subject in 57 schools in the South Urals. It will soon become a compulsory subject studied at primary education level.
--16-01-2012--
Russian Student Won World Physics Olympiad
Russian student Lev Arzamassky won a gold medal at the World Physics Olympiad, which took place in Lombok, Indonesia.
--11-01-2012--
Migrant Workers Will Be Tested for the Knowledge of Russian Language
The migrant workers are soon to be legally bound to prove the knowledge of the Russian language.
--07-11-2011--
MSU to Build an Observatory in Caucasus for $42mln
In 2012-2013 the Russian State will fund the building of a Moscow State University observatory in the Republic of Karachay-Cherkessia. The expenses are expected to amount to $42mln.
--07-11-2011--
Russian Schools Introduce Electronic Readers to Classrooms
St. Petersburg follows the Republic of Tatarstan where PocketBook electronic readers were allowed to be used in classrooms instead of regular textbooks. Petersburg authorities plan to use PlasticLogic readers in their schools.
--31-10-2011--
Fifth International Olympiad "IT-Planet 2011" to Attract Over 9000 Students
The fifth International Olympiad for high school and university students, IT-Planet 2011, is expected to attract over 9000 participants from Russia and the CIS countries. The final will be held in Kazakhastan in March 2012.
--25-10-2011--
Sixth Annual Science Festival Comes to Moscow in October
Since 2006, the annual All-Russia Science Festival has been drawing attention to the state of education and science in Russia, recent developments and the opportunities to improve the society with the help of scientific research. This year's festival runs from 7th to 9th October.
--19-09-2011--
New academic year for more than 7 million students in Russia
Today more than 7 million students begin the new academic year in Russian universities, according to Russian Deputy Minister of Education Maxim Dulinov. It is 500 thousand less than in 2010.
--01-09-2011--
Suvorov Military School In Yekaterinburg Admited First Foreigners
Eighteen citizens of Mongolia have become students of the famous military school since this year.These are the first foreigners to study here.
--01-09-2011--





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