Launches Turkish Version

20 November 2019 Launches Turkish Version

The information on applying to a Russian university is now available to Turkish nationals in their native language.

Turkish is the native language to more than 79 million people. The Turkish version of will broaden the audience of the website whose goal is to promote Russian education across the world. provides all necessary information about higher education in Russia. It offers a detailed university application guide and lists the best universities, more than 3,500 degree programmes of various levels (undergraduate, graduate, PhD, medical residency), Preparatory Departments’ foundation programmes as well as summer/winter schools. Russian and English medium programmes are available. Use the convenient search tool to select the appropriate programme. The programme description shows supervisor contacts and tuition fee.

An applicant can contact university representatives for free without middlemen and apply to the university using their personal account. Create your personal account on to write to the university; you will get a reply within ten days. provides information on English medium programmes, foundation and short programmes, international Olympiads, legalisation, recognition of Russian and international academic degrees, and international students’ testimonials about their study and life in Russia. The website posts world university rankings to make it easier for applicants to compare or assess universities. You can also find information on obtaining a student visa, registration of foreign nationals and getting a job. has a section devoted to life in Russia which covers climate, host cities, rent and food prices, public transport, health care services, national specifics and students’ recreation. The “Articles” section delivers useful advice on how to prepare for Russian university entrance examinations, reach the campus and adapt to the new country.

Don’t miss regular updates. The website has Russian, English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arab and Vietnamese language versions.

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