Start of the qualifying stage of the Open RUDN Olympiad for foreigners

Start of the qualifying stage of the Open RUDN Olympiad for foreigners

From April 5 to April 15, the first online qualifying stage of the Open RUDN University Olympiad for foreign citizens takes place. Winners of the Olympiad get an opportunity to study in the chosen major at the expense of the budget of the Russian Federation, prize-winners have a discount on the paid education fee.

Participants in the online stage who have passed the test and got more than 90 points will be invited to an online interview with the test authors. The results of the interview will be announced in 10 days.

To start testing, register here: website,  then start the test on the selected subject. You can select more than one subject.

Good luck! For more details see: olymp.rudn.ru

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Over 4 years, 260 applicants from 29 countries of the world became winners of the Olympiad. Winners and prize-winners of the Olympiad annually get a special scholarship RUDN brilliant students.

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