Top Universities in Russia: Fees Range Rs. 30 lakh - Rs. 40 lakh
1. Kazan Federal University
- World university ranking under 400
- Under Russia’s top 3 universities
- 250+ Study programs for Russian and international students
- One of the best hostels in the world
- Fully digital classroom and Robotic laboratory
- Kazan city is considered the most beautiful city after St. petersburg.
Kazan Federal University is one of the oldest universities in Russia. Recently, the university established 17 Centres of excellence and 80 world-class research and teaching laboratories. Kazan Federal is top-rated among Russia’s higher educational institutions because of the quality of education and research provided by 3,000 highly acclaimed professors. Most of them hold doctoral degree while some represent influential scientific minds not only from Russia but also from the rest of the globe. The university has efficiently developed strong scientific infrastructure for providing quality education to students from all around the globe.
- Total Fee: 3,800,000 Rupees for 6 years (approx.)
Seats Availability as of March 12, 2019
- Total Seats: 100
- Booked seats: 38
- Available Seats: 62
2) Pirogov Russian National Medical University
Pirogov Russian National Medical University is one of the largest medical institutes in Europe, with more than 9,200 people enrolled in 115 different academic departments. Many members of Russia’s distinguished medical community attended the university, including Leonid Roshal, president of the National Medical Chamber of Russia. The university specialises in therapeutic, pediatric and microbiology postgraduate degrees too. All the large government hospitals in Moscow are affiliated with Pirogov Russian National Medical University and students consistently participate in hospital life during a series of internships.
Total Fee: 3,643,000 Rupees for 6 years (approx.)
3) Novosibirsk State University
Novosibirsk State University is Russia’s largest scientific and educational centre. Situated in the renowned research centre of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences- Akademgorodok, with its 35 research institutes and innovative technopark, allows students the opportunity to perform research in more than 100 research laboratories. The University aims to train high-profile specialists for science, education and science-intensive industry. Research groups are involved in 38 international collaborations. The university has 6 international collaborations in the field of physics elementary particles and astrophysics and 12 collaborations with the Institute of nuclear physics of the Siberian branch of the RAS. The university has partnership agreements with 141 universities from 27 countries.
Total Fee: 3,560,000 Rupees for 6 years (approx.)
4) I. M. Sechenov Moscow State University
I.M. Sechenov Moscow State University is the oldest leading medical university in Russia that has become a cradle of most medical schools and scientific societies of Russia. For decades it has been unofficially known as “First Med”. The university’s success is based on a blend of glorious traditions and actual innovative approaches multiplied by a great potential of human resources. The University is closely linked to the fundamental and applied research, highly efficient medical treatment, and propaganda of medical and pharmaceutical achievements. The university is rich with knowledge and experience that is generously transferred to those whose mission will be to face the challenges of the 21st century in the field of medicine and people aiding, to implement new methods and technologies in healthcare.
Total Fee: 3,980,000 Rupees for 6 years (approx.)
5) St. Petersburg State University
Saint Petersburg State University is the second best multi-faculty university in Russia after Moscow State University. In international rankings, the university was ranked 240th in 2013/2014, by the QS World University Rankings, it was placed 351–400th by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 301–400th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities outperforming the rest of universities in Russia excluding Moscow State University. The university has a reputation for having educated the majority of Russia’s political elite; these include presidents Vladimir Putin and Dimitry Medvedev, both of whom studied Law at the university. The university is Russia’s oldest university, founded in 1724 by Peter the Great.
Total Fee: 3,500,000 for 6 years (approx.)