It is unclear where the funds appropriated for reconstruction of dormitories go to. It applies to Moscow State University, the main university of the country, too.
Yaroslav, a student of Moscow State University, shows what it is like to live in a dormitory belonging to the most prestigious university of Russia.
It is very brave of him telling you all that because there have been precedents when students like him were deprived of scholarship or expelled. But Yaroslav says itâ€™s not about his bravery. Itâ€™s about his principles.
He says that first of all it is pointless to make a renovation in the room you live in at your own expense because each year a student lives in a different room.
Some of the rooms have two beds and some four.
This furniture has been standing here since the opening of the dormitory.
The restroom is one of the issues that bother students. The point is that there are just two restrooms on each floor and sometimes, a cleaning woman does not appear for days.
Amazingly, but the main university of the country can’t provide its students with the Internet!
As for the rooms, many of the doors have a broken lock. However, they say that so far they didnâ€™t hear that many things had been pinched at the dormitory.