Study in Belarus

Nice people and beautiful nature

Belarus, or officially the Republic of Belarus, is located in Eastern Europe. It is the largest country among all landlocked countries within the European region, meaning that it does not have any access to the sea.

As Belarus used to be a part of Soviet Union, their education now is conducted in two main languages: in Belarusian and in Russian. However, English programs are also available in many universities. Even though education is free only for local students, the tuition fees are not very high and they vary from 800 USD to 1750 USD per year. The Belarus itself is a country with low prices: the Belarusian ruble is one of the 10th cheapest currencies in the world.

Belarus is known for the good level of medicine, again, with a reasonable price. In addition, the Belarusian medical universities offer interesting education in medicine with affordable prices.

Study in Belarus

The streets of the cities are always clean and in good condition. Moreover, the locals are very kind, always ready to help and they smile a lot. Visitors can easily visit lakes, rivers and forests, which cover approximately 40 % of Belarussian territory. Belarus has its own unique scenery during each season throughout the year. In addition to that, it has one of the largest populations of bisons in the whole world. The majority of them live in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha which is the most popular wild park in Belarus.

Top 3 Reasons to study in Belarus:

  • Lower prices for education than in most other European countries
  • A huge number of resorts, sanatoriums, wild parks and reserves to visit
  • Country is pleasant to live in because of clean streets, good roads and friendly people

Did you know this about Belarus?

  • In Belarus the evaluation at schools is done using a 10-point scale.
  • There are no coins in Belarus, only banknotes. The smallest banknote is 50 Belarusian rubles.
  • In Belarus they have an interesting national alcoholic drink called “Krambambolya”. It is a tincture of honey and herbs and they drink it with their national food “Draniki” which are pancakes from potatoes.