UFU scores 14th in the rating of Russia's most inexpensive colleges

21 February 2014 (11:00)

February 21, 2014. Boris N. Yeltsin Ural Federal University scored 14th in the rating of the most affordable Russian colleges compiled by Interrating.

According to the data provided, the national rating of universities accounted, among other things, for the cost of staying in a dormitory.

The nominal sum a UFU students spends every year on tuition and dormitory fees is 94,900 RUR.

Siberian Federal University, where the figure came to 57,100 RUR, proved the most affordable college in Russia, followed by Tomsk National Research Polytechnic University (59,800 RUR), and Kazan National Research Technological University (61,200 RUR). M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University was the last in the rating: the dorm and tuition fees come to 380,000 RUR a year there.

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