A career in science and technology might sound appealing to the average Russian, but a recent survey showed that most Russians believe men are better suited for this line of work than women. The young women interviewed for this story, a mathematician and a programmer, are of a different opinion.
The pocket data book contains main indicators characterizing trends in the development ofgeneral, as well as lower and secondary vocational and higher education in the Russian Federation.It also covers key education indicators for OECD countries.
This data book is a digest of the larger publication ‘Education in the Russian Federation:2014’. It contains data on the educational attainment of the population and key trends in education in Russia.
of students in continuing education programmes take part for general development, out of a thirst for knowledge and for interaction with others. This information came from a survey of 3,054 continuing education students from 57 of Russia’s territorial entities that was conducted in 2013 as part of the HSE’s Monitoring of Education Markets and Organisations (MEMO)”, which is coordinated by ISSEK Centre for Statistics and Monitoring of Education.