Who can enter?
At the moment, entry to Russia is possible for all foreign citizens arriving for the purpose of “study”.
For students from visa countries, inform the university at least 7 days before entry about the planned date of arrival in Russia for training by e-mail: invitationletter[at]susu[dot]ru , applicant[at]susu[dot]ru . In the event of force majeure circumstances, the notification period may be shorter and such cases are considered on an individual basis.
Before and after the entry
a) Arrive and check in at the place of residence (university dormitory or apartment/hotel/other). For first-year students and students of the sub-faculty, the place of arrival is to determine the dormitory No. 3 of the SUSU campus (79 Sonya Krivoy Street).
b) On the first working day, contact the Immigration Services, in Room 514 of the SUSU Main University Building (for visa countries) or the Passport Service of hostel No. 7 (for visa-free countries) for migration registration.
c) Issue a medical insurance policy – in Room 514 of the SUSU Main University Building, Immigration Services.
The estimated cost of a medical insurance policy is from 3000 to 5500 rubles (depending on the types of medical care).
Fingerprinting and medical examination
All foreign students are required to pass within 90 days from the date of entry into the Russian Federation:
1. Medical examination – to confirm the absence of dangerous infections
2. Fingerprinting (fingerprinting) and photographing
For us to issue an invitation for entry for foreign citizens from visa countries, you must:
1. Check the validity of your passport. The document must still be valid no less than 1.5 years from the date of your intended entry to the Russian Federation.
2. Submit an application via e-mail at invitationletter[at]susu[dot]ru, as well as send a copy of your passport. Receive the confirmation of acceptance of your application.
3. Wait until you receive an invitation (no less than 20 business days from the date of the confirmation of your application acceptance) and instructions for entry.
If a student arrives on the territory of the Russian Federation, but does not reach SUSU within 7 days and does not get in touch, he may be denied registration for migration registration and visa extension.
When experiencing the first symptoms of an acute respiratory illness (fever, sore throat, runny nose, cough), you must immediately inform the SUSU Medical Centre or call a doctor (call the 24-hour line specified in your certificate of insurance, at night ‑ call an ambulance by the phone numbers: 112 or 030).