The service revoked the accreditation of several Russian universities

Rosobrnadzor from the end of April is completely deprived of accreditation of some private universities and branches of state educational institutions for violations of Federal requirements to the educational process. This is stated in a press release published on the website of the Supervisory authority.

Among the universities whose accreditation has been revoked, the Kursk Industrial Institute, Moscow Institute of international trade and law, as well as Kaluga Institute of business management and technology branch of the Institute of friendship of peoples of the Caucasus in Budennovsk.

Rosobrnadzor also deprived of state accreditation of specialty “Economy and management” of public universities: Samara state University of architecture and construction, branch of Samara state transport University in Ruzayevka and branch of the Kuban state agrarian University in Anapa.

The decision authority does not mean that universities have to stop teaching students. While companies have lost the right to issue a state diploma. In addition, study in them does not guarantee a deferment from passing military service.

Students studying the field, for which accreditation has been revoked, the founders of the University are required to transfer to other educational institutions. The areas of training and the conditions of learning, including cost, should be preserved.