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Leading universities of Russia will open branches in the regions of the Far East for training
To train specialists who will work at the enterprises of the Far East, six leading Russian universities will open branches in the regions of the Far East. There they will teach students in oil and gas, cosmonautics and aircraft construction, software engineering, international relations, economics and pedagogy.
The structural units on the basis of existing universities in the Far East will be opened by the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after Gubkin, the Moscow Aviation Institute, the Higher School of Economics, the St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, MGIMO and the Herzen Pedagogical University. Already this year the branches will appear on Sakhalin and in the Amur Region. Until 2020, they will open in the Khabarovsk and Primorye Territories, as well as in Yakutia.
As the broker the Russian government, the Ministry of Education and Science has approved a program to train personnel for key sectors of the economy of the Far East and support youth in the labor market for the period up to 2025.