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The Most Expensive Russian HE Institutions

20 May 2008, 00:00

The most expensive higher education institutions are located in Moscow, where the average fees are around 7,000 – 8,500 euros a year. In the region, prices start at 700 euros. 

The most expensive higher education institutions are located in Moscow, where the average fees are around 7,000 – 8,500 euros a year. In the region, prices start at 700 euros. 

According to their websites Moscow State Institute for International Relations charges 7,000 euros a year on average, the Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation and the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation charge 6,700 euros, and Moscow State University 6,400 euros.

The most expensive programmes at these universities are Management and Economy (8,500 euros), World Economy (7,500 euros) and Law (6,500 euros). Tuition fees for Natural Sciences programmes are around 4,000 euros and in Technical Sciences they vary from 1,300 to 3,600 euros a year.

Provincial universities charge 700-900 euros (e.g. in the towns of Belgorod and Kursk) to 2,000-3,000 euros (Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk). MBA programmes start from 3,500 (Nizhniy Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Saratov), 6,000-8,000 euros at larger universities, and joint degree programmes can cost up to 12,000 euros a year.

The Russian Federal State Statistics Service states that in 2006 58.9% of all students admitted to Russian higher educational institutions were accepted free of charge. However, students (or their parents) sometimes have to pay an extra “fee” to the university, its tutors on the examination committee or other individuals within the HE sector to be admitted to a “free” programme.

 

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