The batch of students travelling abroad post lockdown 2021, who started their journey on September 8, 2021 to study MBBS in Russia at Orenburg State Medical University, Perm State Medical University, and Mari State University have successfully arrived at the city. The students took the hour-long flight from the Indira Gandhi Airport, where they had bid adieu to their friends and family.

On their arrival the students were escorted by the team of Rus Education to their temporary accommodations, until the procedure for allotting hostels was initiated by the university for them. 

The students though jet-lagged and tired from their travel were visibly curious and enthusiastic about the foreign land. We wish all the students of this batch good luck for their future endeavours.

In its second edition, the Virtual Russian Education Fair, organised by Rus Education in collaboration with Russian Center for Science and Culture in India in New Delhi saw the 20+ top universities of Russia participating.

The two day event witnessed the top names of Russian higher education like Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, South Ural State University, Ural Federal University, Mari State University, Perm State Medical University, Orenburg State Medical University, Astrakhan State University, Moscow State University of technology "STANKIN" and Sevastopol State University.

The students discovered their field of interests and scope provided by the university degree whereas the parents got all their answers regarding the safety and comforts of the students during their stay.

The two-day event included several special events like that of the virtual tour of Perm State Medical University and Ural Federal University and webinars by the renowned Dr. N.K. Sharma for strategizing for the upcoming NEET UG exam. Throughout the events the students asked away their doubts and the parents discussed their roles in supporting their children so that they can perform their best in the final exam.