Hi, currently in Russia we have the same curriculum in high schools for all the pupils, whatever university program they will apply for later. Those who care about special training are visiting public or individual courses on core subjects (paralel to highg school study) .
In terms of international students, every medical school offers Foundation (preparatory) courses, as a rule the program implies study of Russian language and of Bio, Math, Chem, sometimes Phys. The courses available are for 8-9 months (starting in September – November) and 15 months (to start in February – March). They mandatory for those who plan to study medicine in Russian medium. Students applying for English medium MD study may avoid taking the courses (in a case they studied above mentioned subjects in high school/pre-med courses and got good grades). Students who plan to study in English, may also join Foundation courses stating in February, but in September switch to MD program. It helps to get some adaptation and knowledge of Russian before intensive MD study starts.
Also, there is an American high school(s) in Moscow, which probably may offer Pre-med training. However, I bet it might be more expensive that your prospective MD study at any university here.
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