Russian education is enjoying an investment boom

Editorial On the British Teachers Coming Work in Moscow Russian education is going through an investment boom. Every year, new private schools are opened, many offering an education in English leading to an international diploma. And following the investment are the teachers from the English speaking world to provide that education. Russians have traditionally been […]

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Russian Education is Cheap, But Often Bad

By The Moscow Times    A Russian university education can come very cheap. For example, a student working toward a biology degree and paying full tuition at a state university must pay only 16,500 rubles ($484) per year, and an economics student only 27,000 rubles ($791) annually. Thus, a four-year degree costs a budding biologist only $2,000 and a newly-minted economist just a little more than […]

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