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Facilities and Important Information

The academic year starts on September, 1st and ends on June, 30th.

winter semester

  • from September till December

examination period

  • January

summer semester

  • from February till May

examination period

  • June


THE RUSSIAN AND THE EUROPEAN GRADE SYSTEM

Below you will find an explanation of the ECTS grade system with a conversion table for the Russian grade system.

Russian grade

ECTS grade

Description

Detailed explanation

5

(отлично)

A

Excellent

Outstanding performance and only a few minor errors

4

(хорошо)

B

Very good

Above the average standard, but with some errors

C

Good

Good, solid overall performance, but with some noticeable errors

3

(удовлетворительно)

D

Satisfactory

An acceptable performance, but with quite obvious shortcomings

E

Sufficient

The performance satisfies minimum requirements

2

(неудовлетворительно)

FX

Deficient

Improvements are required before the credit can be awarded

F

Insufficient

Considerable further work is required

The pre-examination testing is graded in terms of «зачтено» (passed) or «незачтено» (failed).

If a student comes from outside of Russia he/she can study as a guest, exchange, or degree student.

  • Guest Students are learners pursuing degree in other universities without any cooperation agreements with our University who intend to attend courses at SSUSSE.
  • Exchange Students are students eligible for admission to Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education if their home universities have a bilateral exchange agreement with our institution.
  • Degree Students are young people who are not studying at any higher educational institution and wish to pursue a degree at our University.

The University provides international students with two- or three-bed rooms in the students’ residence hall. The accommodation fee is approximately $40 per person per month (meals are not included).

There are spacious lecture halls, well-equipped study rooms, modern labs, huge libraries, quiet reading-halls with more than 1 000 000 volumes, numerous state-of-the-art computer classes, cafes with student-friendly prices, 4 gyms, and new Health and PE Centre with a swimming pool in the campus. It is situated in a lovely environment with free Wi-Fi.

There are also four museums in our University: the Frolov Zoology Museum, Museum of Archaeology, Historical Museum, Museum of Ethnography. These institutions obtain impressive collections of zoological, archaeological, historical, and cultural objects, which emerge their visitors into a wonderful atmosphere.

Museums

The majority of degree programmes are accredited in Russian. So good Russian is required of all international students. If you are interested in studying at our University but your level of Russian is not good enough you are welcome to join our Russian Language Centre which provides a variety of courses for international students.

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