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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