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Udmurt State University Admissions for Foreign Applicants

Dear Foreign Applicants

There are more than 80 further and higher education programs which you can apply for.

Traditionally foreign citizens who apply for the admission can not have any subsidies or grants to compensate their tuition fees. However in below listed cases the tuition fee is fully subsidized by the State:

  1. The applicant was recommended for admission by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation in accordance with the resolution of the Russian Federation government «On partnership and cooperation with foreign countries in the field of education».
  2. In accordance with the Agreement on providing equal rights for citizens of those states which concluded the Treaty of March 29, 1996, on integration in the sphere of Economics and Humanitarianism.
  3. The applicant is a Russian immigrant or a close relative of a Russian immigrant. The applicant has a document which certifies that the applicant officially participates in the State program aimed at helping former subjects or relatives of former subjects of USSR and Russian Federation to immigrate back to Russia.
  4. In accordance with the federal law «On state policy of the Russian Federation towards former subjects or relatives of former subjects of USSR and Russian Federation living abroad».

In all other cases a foreign citizen is to apply only for admission on commercial basis, which means that the University and the applicant shall conclude a contract under which the applicant is to pay the tuition fee.

Application Procedure

List of Documents Required for Applying

Before submitting the set of documents to the admissions committee a foreign citizen is to attend the International Relations Office located in building 1 of the University, office 238 (phone +7 (3412) 917 359) for identification check. The applicant is to present the below listed set of documents for identification check:

  1. Identity Card or passport;
  2. Migration Card marked with the arrival date by the Border Control Post;
  3. Entry Visa;
  4. Note on migration registration;
  5. TORFL Certificate — level 1 (Test in Russian as a Foreign Language) if the applicant has one;
  6. Previous Education Certificates and Transcripts: originals along with their notarized copies and Russian translations (the translation should be notarized by any Russian Notary Service or Russian Consulate in your country).
  7. Legalization of Education Certificates: all signatures should be certified with the official seal of the authorized Government Body. Foreign Education Certificates are firstly legalized by National Ministry for Foreign Affairs (or any other authorized Government Body) to be legalized afterwards by Russian Consulates.
  8. Acknowledgment Certificate given to certify the equivalence of titles and Education Certificates (Nostrification).

As a result of the procedure a written notification is given. The notification accompanies the set of other documents which are to be submitted to the admissions committee located in building 1, office 329 (phone +7 (3412) 525 797).

When submitting the application form, which is to be filled in in Russian, the foreign citizen is to provide the below listed set of documents:

  1. Originals of previous Education Certificates and Transcripts: originals along with their notarized copies and Russian translations (the translation should be notarized by any Russian Notary Service or Russian Consulate in the foreign citizen’s country of origin).

    To apply for bachelor, specialist programmes the applicant is to present a Certificate of Completed Secondary Education or a Further Education College Certificate or Diploma.

    To apply for masters or post-graduate programmes the applicant is to present a Certificate or a Diploma of Completed Higher Education officially accepted as equivalent to Russian Higher Education Diploma of Bachelor or Specialist.

  2. All supplements and addenda to the diplomas translated into Russian and duly notarized by any Russian Notary Service or Russian Consulate in the foreign citizen’s country of origin. If needed the applicant is also to present Legalization of Education Certificates: all signatures should be certified with the official seal of the authorized Government Body. Foreign Education Certificates are firstly legalized by National Ministry for Foreign Affairs (or any other authorized Government Body) to be legalized afterwards by Russian Consulates. An acknowledgement certificate (prove of nostrification, which is a process of granting recognition to a degree from a foreign university) is in some cases to be presented.
  3. A Copy of Identity Card (Passport, or any other Identity acknowledged in Russian Federation).
  4. A Copy of Entry Visa (Visit Purpose — Studying at State Educational Establishment of Higher Professional Education «Udmurt State University»).
  5. A copy of the document certifying the foreign citizen’s status of a fellow countryman as stated in Article 4 of Federal Law № 99-ФЗ dated May 24, 1999 «On the State Policy of Russian Federation regarding fellow countrymen living abroad».
  6. 5 matte finish photos (3x4 cm).

Entrance Exams

To get the admission any foreign applicant, except of those recommended by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, is to pass entrance exams. Applicants recommended by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation do not take any exams.

The admission is gained if the applicant passes the entrance exams successfully. Foreign citizens are to take exams in traditional format or in the format of Unified State Exam.

Two exams are to be taken: 1) the Russian Language. Certificate of Russian as a Foreign Language − Level 1 is considered sufficient (can be taken at the university) or else an essay or Unified State Exam in the Russian Language. 2) Interview on the core subject, the future major.

Admission Deadlines

Full-time and part-time programmes:

The admission campaign begins on June 18, 2010 and finishes:

а) on July 10, 2010, if the applicant takes entrance exams in traditional form;
b) on July 25, 2010, if the applicant submits only results of Unified State Exam in subjects requested for the faculty.

Open-university programmes:

The admission campaign begins on June 18, 2010 and finishes:

а) on August 10, 2010, if the applicant takes entrance exams in traditional form;
b) on August 18, 2010, if the applicant submits only results of Unified State Exam in subjects requested for the faculty.

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