{{1}}How is this School different from the existing The University of Tyumen institutes and other Russian Universities?

It is nothing like anything you can get elsewhere in Russia. Unlike other institutions, we employ our professors internationally, and we offer highly personalized educational paths and up-to-date curriculums. We are building an open learning environment that will enable interactive and collaborative learning.

    {{2}}What academic facilities does the School offer?

    The School has its own building in the city centre. It has been given a brand new renovation by the UNK Project company, a Moscow-based architectural bureau known for designing the Mail.ru Group building, as well as the famous Atomic Energy Pavilion at the VDNKh amusement park in Moscow. The School’s interiors are designed to combine comfort and open-space planning to offer a variety of opportunities for individual and group study, communication, and creative projects.

      {{3}}How much is the tuition fee?

      The total tuition fee at the School is 250,000 rubles per year. However, the best 77 out of 105 first year students (based on the results of the Unified State Exam) will receive the fee waiver. The other 28 students will be able to get tuition discounts, depending on their academic achievements every six months. The best three of these students will receive a 100% tuition discount, while the lower-ranking three receive a 90% discount, etc.

        {{4}}Is there a scholarship available?

        Our students are eligible for several types of scholarships, ranging from standard state-funded ones to additional awards sponsored by the University and its partners.

          {{5}}My English is not great. Can I study in a bilingual school?

          Yes, you can. In this case you will be enrolled in courses taught by Russian-speaking professors during the first year, but by the second year you will have to improve your language skills to be able to take classes in English. The School will offer special opportunities for that.

            {{6}}What are my career prospects after graduation?

            If you choose to go straight into employment, you will have a number of advantages important for today’s dynamic labor markets. These include a range of soft skills valued by most employers, as well as up-to-date multidisciplinary knowledge and personal development skills.
            If you choose to go into a Masters degree program, you will be at a clear advantage. Your involvement with global academic networks, provided through the School’s professors, will give you easier access to world-class universities. You will also have gained advanced bilingual skills, broader intellectual capacities, and up-to-date knowledge of global academic debates.