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The year at European University has been an amazing learning experience for me and a great start to a career in Russian Studies. The experience that I have received in the IMARES Program is incomparable to a similar Masters in Russian Studies in the States. I believe that it is unique compared to other …
Studying in REU Plechanov in Moscow, Russia, gave me an amazing experience to remember for a lifetime. Every westerner should explore the eastern giant with its thrilling history and mysterious culture - not to mention the powerful economy and a bizzare language.
Studying abroad, especially in Europe, UK or USA is a great opportunaty to get new experience that you will never have in your home universuty. You will have a lot of new skills that may improve your career, many new friends from all over the world. This will also help you to plan and manage your futere the …
I would recommend the moscow state university, because the professores a great, such as the city and the people, who live there.
Despite some organisational areas, my studies was perfect. Full of intelligent professors, helpful colleagues-students and marvelous views of huge city which never sleeps. It was my greatest life experience as I got much more knowledge during this 10 months than at home during at least the last 3 years.
This university is used to very old educational system and based on repeating after teachers or following their direct advice, instead of developing student's creativity and inspiring for own achievments. The majority of personal amditions are doomed to be rejected.
The city is beautiful, the country is different from the EU member states. One remark: life in Russia is not easy!
Goa is a very friendly environment for who want to study.
Waheed from Afghanistan
few if any equipment, I.e. no fMRI to study and research. few if any andvery expensive, unreliable antibodies and chemical markers, no fanancial supportes for researchm, few access to refrences and so on
Hojjat Allah Haghgoo from Iran
Professors are really tough with Erasmus students and they treat you as spanish even if you don't have same linguistic ability.
Anonymous student from Italy