Bangladeshi students now caught in the middle of the conflict in Ukraine or forced to leave the country will have a chance to continue their higher education in Russia.
The Russian Embassy in Dhaka says students from Bangladesh who are no longer able to pursue higher education in Ukraine can complete their studies in respective universities in Russia.
Bangladeshi students willing to enroll in the proposed transfer scheme will have to provide relevant information to the embassy.
They will have to mention the desired Russian university and the area of study.
Also, the student will have to provide copies of the document confirming the admission with the respective Ukrainian university, the student ID card and the record book confirming their progress.
To help students transfer to colleges in Russia, additional information on the transfer procedure is available through the hotline +7 (495) 122-22-68 (Monday - Saturday, 8am - 800pm Moscow time).
Many Bangladeshi students studying in Ukraine have had their education disrupted due to the ongoing conflict.
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