Can I come to St Petersburg and study full-time?
Yes, you can, if your country is on the list of foreign countries whose citizens can enter the Russian Federation to study. You can see the list HERE. (ссылка на сайт http://www.consultant.ru/document/cons_doc_LAW_347693/1e0230cb4569f47d53d2d38fb2d30fa798e8d12f/ )
All foreign citizens-students from other countries are not allowed to enter Russia to study.
I bought a ticket, what do I do next?
1. You need to notify Marina Alexandrovna Klyusova email@example.com 10 days in advance.
The letter should contain the following information :
2. Not earlier than 3 calendar days prior to your arrival to Russia, be sure to take PCR test for COVID-19 , and if the result is negative, you should have the appropriate document in Russian or English.
3. Notify the International Student Coordinator of your arrival.
4. Be sure to submit to a follow-up PCR test within 72 hours after entering Russia. Until the results of the test are received, it is necessary to remain in self-isolation at your place of residence. During the period of isolation, students study in an online format. Without a follow-up test, international students are not allowed to participate in full-time study.
Can I stay in a dormitory?
For the period of self-isolation we offer you a dormitory #14A(P), which is located in the building of the Polyclinic #76, Khlopina Street, 11, Bldg. 1.
If you plan to stay on self-isolation in a dormitory № 14A(P), 3 days before your arrival, please inform by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org providing the following information:
Once you receive a negative COVID-19 test result, you will be able to move into your hostel. Housing fees will be charged from the start date of your self-isolation at your dormitory rate.
How to apply for registration if I am on self-isolation for 3 days?
In order to apply for migration registration you need to send by e-mail: email@example.com the following documents:
Detailed instructions for foreign students