e-learning: The Educational System of Russia (VIDEO)

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As one of the BRICS countries, the economic growth of the country has prompted a rise in the number of Russian students studying abroad.

The educational system has undergone numerous changes over the years, and our specialists in Russian education provide a succinct overview of the genesis of the current Russian educational system including the following additional information:

  • Overview of the educational system
  • Upper secondary, vocational, and post-secondary education and the appropriate credentials
  • Authenticity and verification of credentials
  • Introduction to the Applied Baccalaureate degree and its program
  • New credentials for incomplete studies
  • Resources for further assistance 

 

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This video was recorded during a previous live e-learning session (07/25/2018). To register for a current, live session of e-learning, visit ECE.org

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