Are there any course fees or other fees I will have to pay when I am in Voronezh?
- It depends on the agreement between your sending university and Voronezh State University. You have to ask your International department or contact us directly firstname.lastname@example.org
- Possible costs (independent from the university): insurance and medical service. It is not obligatory, but it is possible to buy Russian insurance upon arrival (4 600 ₽ – ca. 55 € per year. Please note that the price might change slightly. Always ask for a current price).
How high is the average cost of living for students in Voronezh per month?
- Approximately 10 000 ₽ per month (costs of the accommodation and insurance are not included). E.g.one bus trip costs 15 ₽, which is less than 10 cents. 1 cola in a bar is 1.5 €. Information valid for the beginning of 2015.
Where is the dormitory located?
- There are several dormitories of VSU; some of them are located at the North university campus and some of them in the center of the city. You can apply for dormitory near the place of your study, but the final selection will depend on the available places.
- You can find university buildings and faculties and student hostels here (press the location sign on the map to see the address):
How much does it cost per month?
- 300–350 € per year (shared room for 2–3 people)
- 300–350 € per month (half board, meals twice a day)
- 220 € per month (1-room flat)
Would I stay in a single room in the dormitory or would I have to share my room with other students?
- Shared rooms 2–3 people per room.
Is there Internet access in the dormitory?
- Yes, but it is necessary to pay from 300 to 500 ₽ monthly to the Internet provider (depends on the selected provider).
What is it included in the price of the room and what costs extra?
Additional costs might arise in the dormitory:
- For electricity (max. ca. 600 ₽, which is now 8 € per month) – this cost may be waived according to the agreement between universities;
- For internet (from 5 to 8 € monthly);
- For a medical check upon arrival, in case you take a student hostel (it is usually reimbursed by your original insurance company OR included into Russian insurance already)
Are the rooms furnished?
Are there washing machines available for the students living in the dormitory?
Is it possible to work?
- This is a very complicated issue… Generally, it is possible if a student finds an organization that is ready to make an official contract with a student.