Lomonosov Moscow State University
Moscow State University was established in 1755.Every year Moscow University enrolls about 2 000 international students and postgraduates from all over the world.Moscow University has at its disposal more than 600 buildings and facilities including the sky-scraper on Lenin Hills, occupying over 1 million square metres. The University campus in Moscow covers 205.7 hectares.
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technologies
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology along with Moscow Engineering Physics Institute takes part in scientific educational CRDF-REC project, which is considered to be very important for us. The key problem of the Center is to investigate fundamental properties of matter and substances at their microscopic partial level and to expose the macroscopic properties of matter under extreme conditions based on microscopic matter structure.
Saint Petersburg State University
Saint Petersburg State University was approved by the Senate of the Russian Empire on 28 January 1724. A characteristic feature of this, Russia's first, institution of higher education was its organic link with the other two constituents of St. Petersburg's scholastic trinity: the Academy of Sciences and the Grammar School.
Tomsk State University, 36 Lenin Prospekt
Tomsk State University is one of the oldest universities in Russia, the first higher educational establishment in the immence area from the Urals to the Pacific Ocean. It was established in 1878 and opened in 1888.Tomsk State University has always adhered to the strategic direction of its activities in preparing research, educational and managerial elite on the basis of the integration of academic process and scientific research.
Kazan State University
Founded in 1804, Kazan State University is the second oldest university in the Russian Federation. An internationally acknowledged centre of academic excellence, it is routinely listed among the 5 to 10 best institutions of higher education in the country.
Ural State Technical University
Ural State Technical University - UPI was founded in 1920 and is the leading technical university in the Urals. The University has 15 faculties with over 40000 students (2006) and 2200 staff. USTU - UPI has 11 hostels and 8 study buildings at campus. Steps of education: Bachelor, Engineer, Master and Ph.D.
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Founded in 1830 as an Emperor's Vocational School and located almost in the heart of Russia's capital, Moscow State Technical University n.a. N.E. Bauman (MSTU) was always known as an Engineering University of educational excellence, having a potential for real greatness. A long-term history of University provides many examples of creating a number of the world-known scientific schools which contributed to developing in different fields such as space engineering, heating engineering, biophysics, aerodynamics, radio physics, radio electronics, optics, laser technology, dynamics and strength of machines
Saint Petersburg State Institute of Fine Mechanics
In Russia there is a unique University of Optics and Computing Science. Such notable scope combination and gained worldwide recognition have inspired a significant interest of the domestic and foreign universities and companies to our University. That fact has allowed our University not only to survive in the heavy financial conditions in the recent past but also to accelerate the educational and scientific activities.
Moscow State Engineering Physics Institute
Moscow State Engineering Physics Institute has trained thousands of highly qualified specialists. Among its graduates are Nobel Prize winners, the members of Russian Academy of Sciences, winners of different National Prizes. MEPhI's professors and alumni have made major contributions to various fields of theoretical and experimental physics, mathematics, cybernetics and computer sciences
Orenburg State University
Orenburg State University is situated in one of the most amazing cities of Russia. During the reign of the empress Anne (1730-1740) the city was conceived as "a window to Asia", and deliberately located at the cross-roads of trade routes between Europe and Asia. There is a geographic boundary between Europe and Asia.
People' Friendship University of Russia
present Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia to you. It was established in 1960 and till 1992 was called Peoples’ Friendship University named after Lumumba. It goes without saying that a lot has changed at the University since those times, including its name. The number of schools and branches of study has increased; a two-level education system has been introduced (i.e. Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree Programmes).
University of Nizhni Novgorod
Nizhni Novgorod (UNN) was established in 1916 as a People's University. The University has provided the basis for the development of higher education and a fundamental research system in the Nizhni Novgorod region. It is one of the best classical universities in Russia.As a result, UNN's scientific and pedagogical schools have won international recognition for their excellence. The continual development of these schools ensures the high standard of UNN's educational activity as a research university. The University aims to respond in an effective manner to new and evolving scientific and educational challenges.
Tambov State Technical University
Tambov State Technical University was founded in 1958 as Tambov affiliate of Moscow Institute of Chemical Engineering. It was headed byF.S.Polyansky. In 1965 the affiliate was transformed into Tambov Institute of Chemical Engineering.
Irkutsk State University
Irkutsk State University (ISU) is the oldest higher educational institution in Eastern Siberia and the Far East. Irkutsk State University became the major educational, scientific and cultural center on the vast territory of Eastern Siberia and Far East region. During the 1930s, the University continued to grow and develop and soon in Irkutsk the first higher educational institutions emerged from it.
Russian State Hydrometeorological University
Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) — is the key hydrometeorological university in Eastern Europe and the only one in Russian Federation specialized in all hydrometeorological sciences (meteorology, oceanography, hydrology, ecology).
Novosibirsk State Technical University
Novosibirsk State Technical University, one of the largest research and educational centres of Russia, was organized according to the USSR Council of Ministries' Decree of 19 August 1950 and the USSR Minister of Culture Order, and was known at the as Novosibirsk Institute of Electrical Engineering
Petrozavodsk State University
Petrozavodsk State University (PetrSU) was founded in 1940 as the Karelian-Finnish University and was renamed in 1956. During its 65-year-long history, the university has trained more than 47000 highly qualified specialists. Among its graduates there are academicians, ministers and world-famous specialists in culture and science, heads of enterprises and workers of various branches of industry of the Northwest and Northern economical regions of Russia.
Moscow Aviation Institute University of Aerospace University
Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technologies) offers instruction and scientific research at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels in modern engineering technologies and the construction and design of various flying vehicles and aerospace systems for the aircraft and aerospace industry.
Kemerovo State University
The Kemerovo State University was established in 1974. It was preceded by the almost semi-centennial history of development of several educational institutions which had prepared the base for the University foundation. The first of them was the Kemerovo Pedagogical Technical Secondary School.
Far Eastern National University
Far Eastern National University accredited as a federal university and research institution of Russia, recognized as a leading classical university of Russia and Pacific Rim, the only legal successor of the Institute of Oriental Studies, the first higher educational institution in the Russian Far East
New Economic School
New Economic School is to benefit Russia's private and public sectors through excellence in economics education and research.New Economic School is committed to building a sustainable economics community that should prominently represent Russia in the global economics profession
Southern Ural State University
Southern Ural State University is one of the top-ten Russian Universities, South Ural State University. We hope that the information here will be helpful to you as it is very important to make sure that you choose the right course at the University that best suits you.
North Caucasus State Technical University
North Caucasus State Technical University was founded in 1971. Since then it has become a major educational, scientific and cultural centre and one of the most perspective and rapidly developing institutions of higher education in the North Caucasus region.
The Bashkir State University
The Bashkir State University was founded in 1957 on the basis of the Bashkir State Pedagogical Institute named after K.A.Timiryazev. The University is actually the legal successor of the Ufa Teachers' Training Institute (est. 1918) - the first higher education institution in the Republic of Bashkortostan, which in 1920 was transformed into the Institute of Public Education and later into the Pedagogical Institute. Today this major scientific, educational and cultural center of the Republic ranks among the top ten classical universities of the Russian Federation.
International Independent University of environmental and political sciences
International Independent University of Environmental and Political Sciences (IIUEPS) is the Russian pioneer of environmental education that offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate society-and-economy oriented programs as well as a wide range of supplementary training courses.
PERM STATE UNIVERSITY
The Perm State University was founded on October 14, 1916. It originated on the dividing line of two epochs of Russian history. That decade was marked by both so called " the silver age" of Russian culture, ingenious scientific achievements, rapid economic growth and by the crisis of the political system and also catastrophic war, which brought Russia to the brink of social and political revolution.
BAUMAN MOSCOW STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1830 as an Emperor's Vocational School and located almost in the heart of Russia's capital, Moscow State Technical University n.a. N.E. Bauman (MSTU) was always known as an Engineering University of educational excellence, having a potential for real greatness. A long-term history of University provides many examples of creating a number of the world-known scientific schools which contributed to developing in different fields such as space engineering, heating engineering, biophysics, aerodynamics, radio physics, radio electronics, optics, laser technology, dynamics and strength of machines.