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I entered Moscow State Institute of International Relations at the Faculty of International Relations. Enrolled on the budget in with the overall result for the exams of 354 points in 2012. Honestly, it was hard to do, a competition of 4 people per seat. It was very difficult to pass the English language, many after it were cut. But I was lucky, I successfully passed everything, many do not believe, but there were no bribes. And in general for the first year of training, I did not pay for one thing. Very good preparation in foreign languages, and also have the opportunity to pass an internship abroad. The pedagogical staff is highly qualified people, among whom there are scientific employees. The university has a very large library, and not a bad hostel. As for minuses, there are a lot of majors among students. It is not always very pleasant to talk with them. But for those who came here to study, it is to learn, and not to wipe chairs and conduct social conversations, there is nothing that is not possible. Now I have moved to the second year, the Faculty of International Relations, and I plan to go abroad to exchange for a university next year. The diploma of this university is considered very prestigious and after its graduation many graduates find a good job, I hope that I will not be an exception.
I graduated from the international law faculty (MIEP branch).
Teachers, for the most part, are good, professionals who know their subject well. Strict rules of relations. Pros of teaching: it’s hard to learn, it’s killing a lot of foreign languages, versatile education, good teaching and from the point of view of theory, and, very important, a lot of practice, give very deep knowledge, very strong teaching staff, in-depth study of necessary disciplines (economics, law, languages, history).
Cons: in this direction, it is difficult to find a decent job, even after graduating from MGIMO.