What should you do if you are unable to study on-campus
If you are unable to study on-campus and one of the following applies to you:
- you are a foreign student and unable to travel to Russia;
- you are a citizen of the Russian Federation and unable to return to Russia from another country;
- you are in a high-risk group.
Follow the instruction below
Send an Application to Transfer to Distance Learning to the Programme Office’s manager
- the application does not require a specific form but should be addressed to the supervisor of your academic programme;
- the application must state the reason for your transfer to distance learning (a decision will be taken by the head of your degree programme).
Choosing the disciplines you will study online
- in the LMS (Learning Management System) in the module “Elective Courses”
- from September 3
- pay particular attention to the inter-campus courses (they are distance learning by default)
Build your own individual curriculum
- the manager of the programme office will help you create your own individual curriculum (IC);
- you can choose courses from other curricula, inter-campus courses and MOOC
- your individual curriculum can include upper-level courses and may be planned for a half year instead of a full year
- if you earn less than 60 credits in a year, then you will be required to study more next year (and the tuition cost for the current academic year will be reduced accordingly)
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