The internal affairs ministry usually issues the invitation letter within 45 days.
Upon arrival at the university, a student needs to register at the International Department of MIPT within three days, including the day of arrival. The registration stamp is put on the migration card.
It is recommended that the passport be renewed before a trip to Russia for the full period of study.
Students at Russian universities are required to attend all lectures as only the knowledge gained during classroom instruction enables one to become a skilled and knowledgeable professional. This means that side job opportunities are limited to working after classes, on weekends, or during vacations. However, even that should probably be reserved for when you have gotten to know the country and the language better. Usually, it is during the junior year that getting a job really becomes an option, but only if you study well and attend all mandatory classes.
Between the semesters, the students are on vacations. The brief winter break lasts two weeks, from Jan. 25 to Feb. 9, and the summer vacations are two months long, from July 1 to Aug. 30. During that time, some students stay in Russia, while others go back home to spend time with their families.
- Documents certifying prior education, with transcripts.
- Medical certificate confirming your good health.
A student needs to carry the insurance policy specifying the phone number of the insurance company and the emergency health service at all times.
All Russian universities have medical offices for first aid and general medical care.
- Of your own free will.
- For health reasons.
- For poor academic progress.
In the latter case, the grounds for expelling a student are:
- Not passing the exams in multiple subjects in the allotted time at the end of a semester.
- Repeatedly failing an exam or not turning up for it in the designated time.
- Failing an exam in front of the board of examiners, which usually convenes after three failed attempts.
- Violating rules of conduct or other regulations.
Get an application form for card issue and fill it in, submitting it along with the accompanying documents:
- Copy of the page with the photo from your passport.
- Migration card.
- Notarized translation of the passport.
- Consent to personal data processing.
- Residence permit, if you have one.
You can submit the documents personally on weekdays between 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
A list of multifunctional centers is available online, so you can choose the one that is more convenient.
Here are the people who can help you:
Education, adaptation and general questions
Phone: (7-495) 408-70-43
Phone: (7-498) 713-91-70