Most Russian universities have decided not to raise tuition
Most Russian universities have decided not to raise tuition in the coming academic year, said Minister of science and higher education of the Russian Federation Valery Falkov.
Minister of education and science in the program "Right to justice" on the First channel on Tuesday said that a month ago, met "most of the Russian rectors", discussing the question of the value of higher education.
He stressed that the chance "to do on a budget" in high schools among students in the coming academic year will be larger than a year earlier.
That the Ministry of education recommends not to increase the price of education in universities from the new academic year, Falkov said in mid-may at a meeting of the Russian Council of rectors.