You are requested to submit the following admission documents:
- A scanned copy of the passport biographical page with the Notarized translation into Russian language;
- A scanned copy of the Bachelor Diploma Certificate (or equivalent) with the notarized translation into Russian language;
- Educational Transcript with the notarized translation into Russian language;
- The Statement on standard medical form indicating no contraindications for studying in Russia, with note on results of HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis tests with notarized translation into Russian language.
- The Medical Certificate is expected to have the statements of the following medical specialists: therapist, surgeon, neurologist, otorhinolaryngologist, ophthalmologist, as well as the results of RW blood test and ECG.
- Motivational Letter in English;
- CV in English.
The Admission Campaign for September 2019 intake is over. We will be glad to guide you through the admission process for September, 2020. The Pre-Admission Campaign for 2020 intake starts in October, 2019.
Legalization of Academic Documents and Apostille
Depending on the formal agreement between the Russian Federation and your country (or the country in which the university from which you graduated is located), you may need to submit documents that need an Apostille stamp or have to have consular verification (from the Russian Consulate) of your academic documents. Some countries, such as India, do not require either an Apostille stamp nor official consular legalization of their academic documents. Please see requirements for your country.
With any questions regarding the admission process to the English-medium Master’s program please contact the International Admission Office via email@example.com.