Virtual Russian Education Fair 2021: Successful Beginning Towards A Great Future
Studying in Russia has now become an aspiration as well as an inspiration for many students of India. With the influx of thousands of students from India taking admission to the universities of Russia, it has become essential to have an elaborated understanding of the facilities, features and the desired courses in the top universities of Russia.
The Virtual Russian Education Fair 2021, organised in collaboration by India's most trusted overseas education consultancy, Rus Education in association with Russian House in New Delhi on 19th June 2021 and 20th June 2021 has proven to be a grand success. The two-day event witnessed the participation of 30+ leading universities of various disciplines like that of medicine, engineering, aviation, etc. The leading universities of Russia like Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Saint Petersburg State Forest Technical University, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service, Kursk State University, Moscow Polytechnic University, Orenburg State Medical University, Perm State Medical University, Mari State University to name a few.
During these events hundreds of families and students actively participated in several events organised with the objective of getting a clear picture regarding the undergraduate and postgraduate study in Russia and the future scope regarding it.
The event also observed the conduction of various virtual workshops and webinars along with the main events. All in all the 7 webinars planned throughout the course of 2 days saw an active participation of the students and parents, who were guided by the experts and educational leaders at various levels of the university.
These events also included the virtual tour of 3 of the top medical universities of Russia, Perm State Medical University, Orenburg State Medical University and Mari State University. The representative of these universities personally interacted with the students and parents to ease their concern about their medical study in Russia and in the university. This also gave the students a glimpse of the life at the university they would be a part of.
The fair ended on a high note with the multiple positive responses from all the stakeholders involved in the event.