Educational perspectives in Russia
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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITIONS IN RUSSIA & UKRAINE & KAZAKHSTAN
Russia is the biggest country in the world with the population of about 150 million people, with large technological, economic and intellectual potential. The system of secondary and higher education in Russia is governed by the state and is very well developed. There are over 650 state and 450 private universities with over 6 million students. There are about 70 thousand secondary schools with over 20 million students.
Ukraine is the second largest contiguous country on the European continent, after the Russian Federation. Ukraine has a very large heavy-industry base and is one of the largest refiners of metallurgical products in Eastern Europe.
According to the Ukrainian constitution, access to free education is granted to all citizens. Complete general secondary education is compulsory in the state schools which constitute the overwhelming majority. Free higher education in state and communal educational establishments is provided on a competitive basis. There is also a small number of accredited private secondary and higher education institutions.
Officially the Republic of Kazakhstan is a country in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. The ninth largest country in the world by land area, it is also the world's largest landlocked country. The Ministry of Education of Kazakhstan runs a highly successful Bolashak scholarship, which is annually awarded to about five thousand applicants of Kazakhstan citizens. The scholarship funds their education and all living expenses abroad as well as transportation expenses once in a year from home to a university and back home.
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