After graduation you can enroll in the master course of the University you graduated from and any other. However, when planning the educational future you have to consider that if you studied for five years and received a diploma, you will study in the magistracy on a paid basis (see the law in the second higher education). If you studied four years and received a bachelor's degree, you are eligible to receive a master's degree for free. Deferment students in the master's degree is available.
Once you've dealt with the University in which you want to obtain a masters degree, pay attention to the requirements set by this University. In General they are the same: the admissions office must submit a diploma, six photographs, a list of publications (if any), and recommendations (if they are there).
The next step for admission to the master's will be the passage of entrance tests. You will need to pass core subject and English language. In some universities, the English exam is assessed as pass/no credit" may be accepted certificates of completion of language courses.
Many graduates are concerned about what to do in master's? And the answer is often the determining factor in making a final decision.Master's degree deepens your knowledge, preparing you for a science career that you can pursue in graduate school. In addition, you have an opportunity to explore a completely different area of activity.Every year more and more Russian universities are accredited abroad and have the opportunity to train students on double degree programs (after completion of the programme you will receive an international master's degree).Many advantages, you just have to choose the University where you want to continue training.