The country has centuries-old traditions of higher education. The first university in Russia was founded in 1687 and called the Slavonic, Greek, and Latin Academy. The renowned Moscow State University was established by Mikhail Lomonosov in 1755. Since then, many universities have appeared throughout Russia – from Vladivostok to Kaliningrad. Russia has given the world a multitude of outstanding intellectuals who have made great discoveries and inventions, and over 40 of them have been awarded the Nobel Prize. Currently, there are 766 universities in 82 regions of Russia that accept international students. You have a unique opportunity to come to Russia and learn about Russian academic traditions.
Famous Russian Scientists and their DiscoveriesRussia has given the world many talented scientists and researchers, including more then 40 Nobel Prize winners.