Nakhchivan State University

Nakhchivan State University

   Nakhchivan State University (NSU, Azerbaijani: Naxçıvan Dövlət Universiteti) is a public university located in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan. Founded in 1967 as a part of the Azerbaijan Pedagogical Institute, in 1990 it became the Nakhchivan State University. It has 290 faculty members and currently enrolls 3500 students. In 2003, NSU, in conjunction with George Soros’ Open Society Institute – Assistance Foundation opened an Education-Information Center on the NSU campus to develop areas involving education, information and law 



Social management and law


International Relations and Foreign Languages

Physics – Mathematics

Architecture and engineering

Natural science and agriculture