Studies in Europe - Universities

country
city
subject area 
language 
level of education
kind of studies  
university type - Russia  
university status  
Found: 580
Moscow, Russia
university type: academy
university status: public
Dubna, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Kazan, Russia
university type: academy
university status: public
Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Kurgan, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Yekaterinburg, Russia
university type: university
university status: non-public
Magnitogorsk, Russia
university type: academy
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: non-public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Moscow, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Novosibirsk, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Yaroslavl, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Rostov-on-Don, Russia
university type: academy
university status: public
Saint Petersburg, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Samara, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Saint Petersburg, Russia
university type: university
university status: public
Ryazan, Russia
university type: academy
university status: public
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