Our Bachelor's and Master's degree programs are designed in accordance with the British higher education system, which operates within the framework of the European system established by the Bologna Agreement.
We also offer a wide range of Pre-Degree programs (Introduction, Pre-Foundation, Foundation), which allow students to explore different creative disciplines and gain the knowledge and skills necessary for admission to one of the specialized programs of the British Baccalaureate.
The undergraduate programs at the British Higher School of Art and Design, Moscow School of Contemporary Art and Moscow Music School are accredited by the University of Hertfordshire and regulated by the UK Government through the Academic Quality Control Agency.
The MARCH School of Architecture is developing in partnership with the Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design of London Metropolitan University (LMU) and is the only one in Russia to offer British Bachelor's degree programs in architecture and urban studies.
The Master's degree program at MARCH was developed in collaboration with the faculty of The CASS London Metropolitan University and meets the international standards of architectural education. The portfolio of educational projects allows graduates to start a career in leading architectural firms in Russia and other countries of the world.
The University of Hertfordshire was founded in 1952 as a College of Technology and has evolved over time into one of the UK's leading polytechnic institutes. Today, the University of Hertfordshire has more than 20,000 students, including 2,700 international students from more than 80 countries. The training campuses are located in picturesque corners of nature in the suburbs of the UK capital.
London Metropolitan University was formed in 2002 as a result of the merger of the London Guildhall University with the University of North London. Today, LMU is located in the heart of London and offers 485 different educational programs-from design and natural sciences to business and anthropology-with more than 28,500 students.