Why I choose Samara University?

Firstly, Samara University is one of the leading Russian universities. Its special status is enshrined in the regulatory documents of the Government of the Russian Federation and recognized by the academic community.

It is an advanced scientific and educational centre in the field of aerospace research and technology. The university also implements educational and research programmes in various fields of Natural and Social Sciences, Economics and Law.

Secondly, it is a dynamically developing university – a participant of national initiatives for the development and support of leading Russian universities. Samara University is among the following:

  • 29 National Research Universities of Russia;
  • 21 participants of the “Project 5-100” – Russian Academic Excellence initiative, aimed at improving the competitiveness of the leading universities of our country at the world level.

Thirdly, Samara University enters the most authoritative world rankings – QS and Times Higher Education, where Russia is represented by only 27 universities.


To become a student of one of the leading Russian universities is easier than it seems at first glance.

To apply for admission just fill in the form on the website.

Source: Samara University


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