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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).

Correct your own individual curriculum

  • the manager of the programme office will help you correct your own individual curriculum (IC);
  • your individual curriculum can include upper-level courses, courses from other curricula, inter-campus courses and MOOC
  • 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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