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Fees of study at higher education establishments of mogilev region announced

Mogilev region’s higher education establishments announced the fees for education. The cheapest education is at the Faculty of Economics of Belarusian State Agriculture Academy: first year students will have to pay Br9.18 m. The most expensive education is at Belarusian-Russian University - Br15.5 m.

On average first year students’ education at Belarusian State Agriculture Academy makes Br8.5-9 m. An academic year at Mogilev State Kuleshov University is Br13.6-14 m. First year students of Belarusian-Russian University will have to pay Br15.2-15.5 m.

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