Representatives of the education export center visited a number of partner universities
The meetings were held in Moscow, Tver, Krasnoyarsk, Yekaterinburg, Stavropol and other Russian cities. Negotiations on the establishment and development of business partnership were held in the following educational institutions:
  • Moscow State University of Food Production
  • Moscow State Technological University «Stankin»
  • Sechenov University
  • Siberian Federal University
  • Ural Federal University
  • Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University
  • North Caucasus Federal University
  • College IT Hub
  • "Energy" College in Moscow region
  • Burdenko Voronezh State Medical University.
Over the past two years, together with the Education Export Center, we have been actively working on business processes in the field of recruiting applicants to Russian universities from Sri Lanka. For students from our country, it is really important to get a quality education with relatively affordable tuition fees. Russian universities traditionally offer high-quality training, a practice-oriented approach and a friendly atmosphere. It was a great chance to personally see Russia's openness to foreigners and its hospitality. I see a constructive approach and the interest of universities in international development. I am also quite clearly aware of the relevance of many bachelor's and master's degree programs for the Sri Lankan consumer.
Wimashan Wimalagunasekara
Director for International Relations, Multidimensional Aspirations for Students.
We are undoubtedly glad to see Shan in Moscow. Today we can absolutely mutually call each other proven business partners. I am sure that fruitful cooperation lies ahead of us. This year we have visited many universities which we have a productive dialogue with. We have been working for a long time both in terms of student recruitment and in other areas with these universities. Despite the fact that the covid pandemic has greatly adjusted the plans of the international community for business development, we continue to work and move forward. There is no doubt that over time our efforts will lead to great qualitative results.
Dmitry Nersesyan
CEO, Education Export Center
Partners on the meeting in North-Caucasus Federal University