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MOSCOW, July 30 (Itar-Tass) — Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s son Ilya has been enrolled for a state-funded place at the department of law of Moscow Lomonosov State University.
The enrollment board has put the ‘enrolled’ mark in front of his name in the list of applicants on the university’s website.
The list suggests he was enrolled as the winner of an inter-school competition.
Officials at the enrollment board said this means he has submitted the first copies of documents on secondary education to the department of law and has confirmed his decision to choose it as a place of further studies.
All in all, more than 600 winners of all-Russia inter-school competitions in various academic disciplines have used an opportunity of enrollment benefits provided by Moscow State University.
Earlier reports said Ilya Medvedev had also received an authorization to enroll for the department of international law at Moscow’s MGIMO diplomatic university.