How to study in Russia in English
Although many Russian universities offer preparatory language courses to help students gain the necessarily skills to study in Russian, there are a range of English-taught programs available if you’d prefer English as the language of instruction
Russian universities can be found on the website StudyinRussia.ru, allowing you to narrow down your search by degree level, field of study/subject, mode of study, course length, city, and of course your preferred language.
The exact requirements for getting admitted to an English-taught program at a Russian university will vary, but in general you will need to provide a document such as a diploma or certificate that certifies your previous education, a cover letter and proof of your English language proficiency. Some universities might also ask for a CV, portfolio, references from teachers, and for you to complete a Skype or phone interview in English.