Ulyanovsk State University

Ulyanovsk State University

   Ulyanovsk State University (Russian: Ульяновский государственный университет) is a public, research university, located in Ulyanovsk, Russia. City of Ulyanovsk (formerly Simbirsk, founded in 1648) is situated on the Volga River, about 440 miles east of Moscow and has a population of 700,000. The university, one of the largest in that region, enrolls some 16,000 students in six colleges offering 68 majors and claims considerable international ties. USU was one of the first among Russian universities to join Bologna process and started to reform its Doctoral, Master’s and Bachelor’s standards of degrees.

   The university enrolls about 16,000 students, among them almost 200 foreign citizens from Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America. Currently the university employs 1,254 faculty members, including 138 Doctorate and 623 Candidate of Science degree holders.

   FACULTY AND DEPARTMENTS

Institute of Economics and Business Administration, Top Russian Business School

Russian-American Faculty

Russian-German Faculty

Faculty of Physics and Engineering

Faculty of Mathematics and Information Technology

Institute of Law and Public Service

Institute of Medicine and Ecology

Faculty of Humanities

Faculty of Culture and Arts