Three private Russian University lost its license

Rosobrnadzor denied a license three private universities. This was reported on the website of the Supervisory authority on Friday, August 11.

The right to education, in particular, has lost its non-profit partnership of higher education “Institute of international socially-humanitarian relations,” in Moscow, Vladimir Institute of business and Samara Institute of business and partnerships.

The decision was made based on the results of the office checks. The details are not specified.

The same order of the state accreditation completely devoid of a branch of the Voronezh economic-legal Institute in the city of Lipetsk.

The license confirms the right of the University to the provision of educational services. In case of cancellation, the University shall terminate the relevant activities.

In the case of suspension of accreditation an educational institution can continue to conduct educational activities, but loses the right to issue diplomas of the established sample of the Ministry of education and to provide students with a reprieve from the army.

August 2 Rosobrnadzor has revoked the license of the European University in St. Petersburg. In late July, the University filed a statement of termination of educational activities, to begin the renewal of the license. This is a non-governmental educational institution founded in 1994 and was the only one of the national universities included in the list of “100 best European centers of political science”, compiled by the London school of Economics.