LUNN welcomes all international students and provides a number of services to help them get a Russian student visa. Please read this page and the relevant subsections to be advised on the applicable regulations and procedures.
Standard admission procedures include the following steps:
1. select the educational program you wish to study at LUNN (contact the university for more information on the program and the relevant procedures);
2. write a letter of application using the https://lunn.ru/media/Megd_otn/application_letter.doc;
3. send the letter of application together with the package of other documents to LUNN Division for International Affairs via email@example.com;
4. get response and follow the instructions;
5. get an invitation and obtain the student visa to the Russian Federation;
6. contact LUNN Division for International Affairs to notify the university about your date, time and port of arrival in Russia and Nizhny Novgorod;
7. arrive at LUNN and come to Division for International Affairs the next day (unless it is a weekend or a legal holiday, in which case you need to come to the office the next working day).
If you come to LUNN as a participant of an Academic Mobility Program, please read and follow our Academic Mobility Regulation
For more information on admissions and visa support, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide to Entering the University for Foreign Citizens
Step 1. Choose the major program here :
Step 3. Collect the documents: http://www.lunn.ru/en/page/documents
Attention! Foreign citizens living abroad as Russian compatriots (descendants of Russian compatriots) are also to provide the copy of the birth certificate and the copies of those of the parents.
Step 4. Provide the documents to the Admission Board using your personal account on our website (the link will be published soon).
Step 5. Pass the entrance exams (the schedule will be approved of by June 1, 2020)
Attention! Foreign citizens living abroad as Russian compatriots (descendants of Russian compatriots) have a right to apply for studies on a state-funding basis. To enter a BA or a specialist program they are to pass three entrance exams to apply for the state-funded places on equal terms with Russian citizens. Foreign citizens entering BA or specialist programs on a self-funding basis are to pass two entrance exams, in a foreign language and in Russian. Foreign citizens entering a MA program are to pass one entrance exam.
See here the procedure of the exam in Russian for a BA or specialist program for foreign citizens having a right to apply for state-funded places.
Attention! Foreign citizens entering a BA or specialist program on a self-funding basis are to pass a test in Russian as a foreign language. See the examples here: https://www.pushkin.institute/Certificates/CCT/tests-online.php
The procedure of the exam in a foreign language will be published soon.
Step 6. If you have successfully passed the exams, fill in and sign the Enrollment Agreement (the link will be published alongside with the start of the admission).
Step 7. To be enrolled on a self-funding basis, sign a contract (the details will be published alongside with the start of the admission).
Step 8. Arrive at the Dobrolyubov Linguistics University by the start of the academic year.
Step 9. On arrival in Nizhny Novgorod address the Division for International Affairs (DIA) of the Linguistics University. Head of the DIA is Alexander Kosterin. Deputy Head of the DIA is Alexander Khalimullin.
Minin Street, 31a, build. 3, off. 3211
Phone/fax: +7(831)416-6112; +7(831)416-6055
Working hours: 9.00 -17.00 ( Mon - Fri)
How to get to the University by Public Transport:
From airport – Route taxi 46 up to “Sennya Ploshad” stop;
From railway station: bus R-19 and route taxi-40 up to “NIITO” stop;
From city bus station: bus-R-2 and route taxi-14 up to “Ploshad Sennya” stop