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Two presidential cadet schools open in 2014

Two presidential cadet schools open in 2014In 2014, two more presidential cadet schools will be opened in Russia. The Secretary of State - Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation General of the Army Nikolai Pankov announced this to journalists today.

“In 2014, we will open two more presidential cadet schools: one in the Far Eastern Federal District, the other in the Siberian Federal District,” the deputy minister said.

At present, four presidential cadet schools are established and functioning in Russia: in Stavropol, Krasnodar, Orenburg and Tyumen. The cadets are in them on full state support. The maximum period of study is 7 years. The last of these schools opened in Tyumen more recently - 1 September. It is equipped with ultra-modern educational material base and sports facilities, which have no analogues in other pre-university educational institutions of the Ministry of Defense, ITAR-TASS reports.
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  1. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 13 September 2013 09: 34
    Fine. Kaliningrad is asking for a list.
  2. nemec55
    nemec55 13 September 2013 09: 52
    How to send a child to study there.? How many years? What exams?
    1. zanoza
      zanoza 13 September 2013 11: 29
      On the website of the Ministry of Defense in the section Education-Secondary (
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  4. Old warrant officer
    Old warrant officer 13 September 2013 12: 39
    Graduates of cadet and Suvorov schools need to count training time - 7 !!! years - in the length of service during military service after college and to provide the right to enroll in military schools without any conditions, subject to medical requirements. Then it will not be offensive for these childhood years! And the teachers there must be trained special, who can find an approach to children's souls, and not as they do now - they interfere with the positions of educating officers in the air, but they cannot work with children. I know this firsthand - my son graduated from the Suvorov School this year.
    1. piter-tank
      piter-tank 13 September 2013 18: 35
      My colleague’s son is studying in Orenburg for the third year, now in 9th grade. They don’t teach anything special there. They just give a secondary education of a higher level than in a regular high school.
      And as for the Suvorov Military Schools - I completely agree with you, except for crediting the term of study in the length of service.
      In Soviet times, this was the case - the Suvorovites did not pass entrance exams at VU.
  5. Papania
    Papania 13 September 2013 14: 28
    It was to close Suvorov schools. LITERATURE ...................
  6. albanech
    albanech 13 September 2013 14: 41
    Good news! They used to destroy everything, but now they are building everything - you had to think earlier!
  7. rudolff
    rudolff 13 September 2013 18: 04
    I don't quite understand, but what is the difference from the Suvorov, Nakhimov? In terms of training, or is it just a "military school"? And why presidential? In the manner of the "imperial"? Something has been screwed up with the military education system, the devil will break his leg. Suvorov schools perfectly coped with their task and without any "appendages". At one time, for the happiness it was to go there, but in Nakhimov, so generally "an unrealistic dream"!
  8. Siberian
    Siberian 13 September 2013 19: 12
    Though open, and that’s positive! good If only then some clever "uncle" did not say that these schools are not "profitable" and do not bring profit.
  9. RussianEmpire
    RussianEmpire 13 September 2013 23: 17
    It's a pity, there were times once ... How is it sung in one song - "Balls, beauties, footmen, cadets" © ...
  10. Serg 122
    Serg 122 14 September 2013 02: 30
    And why presidential? In the manner of the "imperial"?

    Maybe so. The main thing is that they are personally controlled by the President of Russia