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Belarus Statistics
Capital: Minsk
Area: 207,600 sq. km
Climate: cold winters, cool and moist summers; transitional between continental and maritime
Total Population: 9,577,552 (July 2011 est.)
Languages: Belarusian (official) 36.7%, Russian (official) 62.8%, other 0.5% (includes small Polish- and Ukraine


Government type:republic in name, although in fact a dictatorship
Independence: 25 August 1991 (from the Soviet Union) National holiday:Independence Day, 3 July (1944); note - 3 July 1944 was the date Minsk was   liberated from German troops, 25 August 1991 was the date of independence from the Soviet Union Currency: Belarusian Roubles (BYB); 1 USD= 3,025.61 BYR
$128.4 billion (2010 est.)
GDP – per capita (PPP):
$13,400 (2010 est.)
The Belarusian system of higher education includes educational, research and governing institutions that use unified official standards and rules in the processes of teaching, management, assessment and research. Higher education is provided by public (State) and private (non-State) accredited higher education institutions (HEIs). Education in public HEIs is free of charge for students who passed the entrance competition. In private HEIs, all students pay tuition fees. There is a three-level system of higher education that comprises a first degree, Baklavar, competed in 4 years and a Master or Specialist Diploma (called Diplom o VyshemObrazovanii) completed from one to two years after the first degree, depending on the field of study. The third level that is awarded by the Aspirantura and Doktorantura (Ph.D.) corresponds to the training of scientific and pedagogical personnel. There is a two-level system of scientific degrees. The first is that of Candidate of Sciences. It requires at least 3 years of study in postgraduate courses, special examinations and the public defence of a thesis.
Admission requirements: Students must hold a secondary school-leaving certificate or an equivalent qualification to that of general secondary school in Belarus. They must submit a valid passport, a notorized copy of their secondary education qualification, a medical certificate and 6 photos. They are then sent an invitation so as to obtain an entry visa. For postgraduate courses, students must hold a Master's Degree. The rules of admission and instruction are specified in the Regulations concerning Training Foreign Citizens in the Republic of Belarus approved by the decree of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of July 7, 1993. Admission documents must be submitted at least two-and-a-half months before classes begin in Belarusian, Russian, English, French or Spanish. Admission requirements for foreign students are adopted by the higher education institutions if they are not otherwise provided for by inter-state agreements. Foreign students sign a contract with the institution.

Information for Foreign Students in Belarus
Obtaining a Visa
Visas are required to enter or travel through Belarus, including on popular train routes such as Warsaw-Moscow and St. Petersburg-Kiev.
You must register your stay with the Belarus authorities if you intend to remain in the country for more than three days. Travellers should register with the local police office in the district in which they are staying. If they are staying in a hotel, this will be arranged by the hotel. if they are visiting someone, this will have to be  arranged by their host.

The Belarusian State Medical University offersroom for its students, the price is relatively cheap: $180 for one place per year (when it is not included in the tuition fees). Accommodation provided by the Belarusian State University.

HealthVaccination against hepatitis B and tuberculosis is sometimes advised. There is a reciprocal health agreement with the UK. Hospital treatment, some dental treatment and some other medical treatment is normally free. Visitors can expect to pay for prescribed medicines. A UK passport must be shown to receive medical treatment. Medical insurance is compulsory for all travellers to Belarus. Foreign visitors are usually required to pay medical insurance starting from €1 (up to 10 days) to €85 (up to one year). It is also advisable to carry an adequate supply of prescribed medicines which may be unobtainable in Belarus. Comprehensive travel insurance is advised for all nationals (including UK travellers).

Major international credit and debit cards, including American Express, Cirrus, Electron, MasterCard, Maestro and Visa are accepted in some larger hotels and at foreign currency shops and restaurants. There are a numerous cash machines in central Minsk.

Courses Available

  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Agribusiness / Food Industry Management
  • Arts and Cultural Management
  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Business Intelligence, Knowledge and Security Mngt
  • Communications
  • Corporate Finance
  • E-Business
  • Economics
  • Engineering and Project Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Executive MBA
  • Financial Markets
  • General Management
  • Health Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • Insurance
  • International Management
  • Luxury Management: Fashion
  • Luxury Management: Food and Beverage
  • Marketing
  • MBA Full Time/li>
  • Public Administration / Management
  • Real Estate Management
  • Retail Sales Management
  • Sports Management
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Sustainable Development and Environmental Mngt
  • Taxation
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management


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