About the editorial board

UniPage is not just an education abroad agency — it’s also an online media. We cover a wide range of topics, from getting into prestigious universities like Harvard to learning languages through movies and anime.

UniPage editorial

We write about education abroad. News to keep you up to date with the latest changes, step-by-step application guides to put this whole difficult process in order, longreads about learning languages ​​and soft skills to prepare you for life and career abroad.

Our vital goal is to make education abroad understandable to everyone.

How we write

We prioritize offering comprehensive and detailed information about education in different countries. Our work is guided by the following principles:

    We are always on the reader's side

    We have no goal of selling education abroad. We just want our readers to understand for themselves whether it suits them or not. We will be there to tell them everything we know, to advise and help. But we leave the choice up to them.

    Reliable sources

    We value the accuracy and verifiability of information. All facts and figures in our articles undergo careful verification. We cross-reference multiple sources and, when necessary, directly contact universities and consulates.

    Honesty and detail

    We always talk not only about the advantages, but also about the disadvantages of education in a particular country, we do not hide or embellish anything. When discussing challenges or limitations, we strive to provide solutions or alternatives.

    In plain words

    We know that admission is difficult. The least we can do is not make it any more complicated. Our writing style is simple — like sharing insights with friends and family. We also explore new formats, improve existing ones, and find engaging ways to male our content even more clear and interesting.

    Critical thinking is our favorite skill

    We are used to doubting, asking uncomfortable questions, arguing endlessly and achieving the best result possible. And we want to teach our readers the same. We urge them to check the information themselves, not trust dubious sources and ask if something is unclear.

Who does the editorial work

Who else works on UniPage

Bold ideas come to life on our website and social networks with the help of the following people:

Denis Tsvikevich
Head of IT department, full-stack developer
Alexander Larchenkov
back-end developer
Maxim Shirokov
back-end developer
Ivan Nikitenko
front-end developer

Ensuring that our YouTube scripts maintain their polished and presentable appearance, we have:

Yevgeny Guryanov
video production master
Vasily Finogenov
video editor
Maria Medvedeva
graphic designer

Special acknowledgments

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all the journalists, SMM managers, and editors who have ever been part of the UniPage team.

Every day, we remember you when referring to the materials you’ve contributed — without your dedication, UniPage wouldn’t be what it is today. We extend our thanks to Alina Dmitrova, Elizaveta Zhirnova, Sofya Kovaleva, Polina Lazova, Sofya Aul, Maria Vaneeva, Dmitry Dunichev, Angelina Maga, Polina Politiko, Vlada Petushina, Ekaterina Khudikova, Madina Akhmetova, Anna Glezina, Kristina Trufanova, Alisa Dionisova, Anagata Zhulitova, Anna Kononova, Taisiya Pospelova, Elena Menshik, Ruzanna Arutyunyan, and Stepan Eliseev.

We are also grateful to the visual masters Daria Pak and Ilya Pervov.

Contact our editorial board

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