Institutional corruption in Russian universities

Author(s) : Rumyantseva, Nataliya L.; Denisova-Schmidt, Elena

Imprint : Chestnut Hill, MA, USA, Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, 2015

Collation :

p. 18-19

Series : International Higher Education, no. 82

Corruption as traditionally been a part of Russian higher education reality. This article focuses on the institutional aspects of corruption, arguing that the universities need student numbers, and thus permit a certain amount of corruption to enroll and retain them.


  • Admission to school / university, Corruption, Educational management, University administration, Students, Higher education
  • Europe
    Russian Federation