Finally from February 8, 2021, all Russian universities will reopen for full-time education. And soon students from all over the country will be able to finally return to their alma mater 11 months after transitioning to online studies.
Similarly, the corresponding order signed by the head of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science, Valery Falkov. The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation has made a decision to lift quarantine restrictions in higher education organizations in Russia. This is the first step towards resuming the full-time education process.
At the same time, universities need to take preventive measures recommended for compliance with Rospotrebnadzor. Namely: To create conditions for hygienic treatment of hands with antiseptic agents. To ensure contactless body temperature control of all persons belonging to the organization. To observance of the mask regime, and social distancing. Airing classrooms during breaks. As well as to prevent persons with signs of infectious diseases from entering the university.
In the event that the epidemiological situation worsens, according to the order. Universities should be ready to resume restrictive measures related to the organization of the educational process. Gradually, life in Russia returns to its normal rhythm. In addition, restrictive measures introduced back in March 2020 lifted as the epidemiological situation in the country improves.
Already, students from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, South Korea, India, Vietnam have been able to return to Russia to attend universities/college. Others will continue their studies online on a preformatted schedule of using the latest communication technologies. Sooner or later, the world will return to its usual life, this restriction will be lifted, and the state borders will soon reopen.
Be prepared for your further journey to Russia and graduate with the skills needed to be successful in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace.