How to get into a foreign university for free?

December 20, 2014, 16:30 master class

The world is open and full of possibilities, many of which are free. Sometimes it seems like all you have to do is reach out to come up with an entire handful of them.

While you can subscribe to everything there is and keep up to date on different options for long-term study abroad, that won’t get you any closer to your dream of actually making it happen.

Did you know?

  • You can study for free at Sorbonne.
  • You can get a scholarship to study at Oxford.
  • You can get into an Ivy League university even if you don’t have never-ending pockets.

However, you will need more than just any old bits of information: that information has to be tried and true, the kind to which admissions committees and study abroad experts are privy. You also need a shove in the right direction to keep you from wasting your time and nerves.

Step forward toward your dreams.

Lecturer: Dmitry Seversky, study abroad expert, director at the Esperanto Group with 20 years of experience, and graduate of the London School of Economics

Find out more by calling +7 (495) 225-55-77


There is an admissions fee.

December 8-14: 750 rubles.

December 15-20: 1,000 rubles.

Translated by Jared Firth.


119072, Moscow, Bersenevskaya Naberezhnaya, 6, str.3

+7 (495) 003–16–16
+7 (985) 766–19–25