Where to get remote first higher education in Moscow?

Hello!

Are there community people who had experience with distance learning in Moscow? Help to choose and not to be mistaken with the University? He have experience in web programming 5 years (self-taught), developed the online shopping with 0 under the key. Not interested in a focused specialty in the IT field as system administration, project management, computer science and business. With a budget of up to 40 000 p/year. Budget places are welcome.

Thanks in advance for your answers!
July 8th 19 at 12:25
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July 8th 19 at 12:27
Solution
Now distance learning is available in most Universities, both public and commercial.
I myself am currently studying remotely at MIT, but honestly, do it only for the sake of crust. My goal is to get a degree and to spend fewer resources (money, time). I 29 T. R./year.
You, as far as I understood, interested in something very fundamental? I probably would have chosen a public UNIVERSITY in your place. It is closer to the TOP 5, so, I think, better.
You know that MIT has taken accredited, and dunno how will it end? Diploma.state of the sample, they at the moment have no right to give. That's where I go, and don't even know what to do now. - Nannie_Paucek89 commented on July 8th 19 at 12:30
: Yes, I'm aware of. But this accreditation is not a license for educational activity. There is a difference, and significant.
Of course, I still hope that the issue of accreditation is resolved in favor of MIT. - Trever_Padberg commented on July 8th 19 at 12:33
just as I understand it, the diploma of which they now give no respect to what country. Higher education I wanted to for possible emigration. Not monitored this issue? - Nannie_Paucek89 commented on July 8th 19 at 12:36
: honestly, not the monitor. But I think we have diplomas and other Universities is not really something recognized in the West, regardless of the fact whether they have accreditation, isn't it? - Trever_Padberg commented on July 8th 19 at 12:39
many, even in the West, do not care what a candidate the crust, but that the move was simple for the employer, for example, in the EU, it is desirable to have a bachelor's degree, it is one of the requirements for obtaining a blue card. - cortez.Barte commented on July 8th 19 at 12:42

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