NSU provides a modern, internationally competitive, classical fundamental education. We pay special attention to the comprehensive development of each student's. Education at NSU will teach you how to think more broadly, to find creative solutions, and to achieve success in any field.
Together with lectures and seminars, our education includes fieldwork: all students spend part of their summer doing practical work in the field starting in their first years of study. NSU is a national research university, and is closely linked to science. 80% of NSU teachers are active researchers affiliated with the Russian Academy of Science. Therefore, students get access to first-hand scientific knowledge, and have a chance to practice their skills in 143 scientific laboratories based at the University and 35 institutes of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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NSU provides equal access to its education to all its students, including the those with serious health limitations: wheelchair users, visually impaired students, students severe forms of common diseases (infantile cerebral paralysis, etc).
We value every student, and we are convinced that every person deserves equal opportunities, including the opportunity to study together with the large community of fellow students.
NSU has partnership agreements with 155 universities from 29 countries, and 40 joint international educational programs, including 28 “double-diploma” / double degree programs with universities in France, China, and CIS countries.
In order to improve international cooperation with leading Asian universities, representatives of Novosibirsk State University took an active part in bilateral forums for rectors from Russia, Japan, Kazakhstan, and the Republic of Korea. The events took place at Moscow State University and Hankuk University of Foreign Languages (Seoul, South Korea).
Boris Ilyushin, a junior researcher from the Novosibirsk State University’s Humanities Research Laboratory, has written a detailed biography sketch of Khan Mohammad-Amin, a significant figure in the history of the Kazan principality. His book, “Muhammad Amin – the King of Kazan: A Biographical Sketch” presents famous episodes in the life and political activity of the Khan. Ilyushin researched the book from September to December 2018.
On October 15, the British company Quacquarelli Symonds published the results of their annual rankings, “QS University: Emerging Europe and Central Asia 2020.
4.09.2019 at 16.20 in room 2120 the History, Culture and Arts Department of the Institute of Humanities of the Novosibirsk State University organizes the lecture on the topic "Russian Church Art in Greece in the context of Russian-Greek Cultural Relations" by Tatiana S. Borisova.
You are invited to celebrate International Francophonie Day and the 10th anniversary of the French Center at NSU’s Institute of Humanities on Wednesday, March 20 at 16:20 in Auditorium #3251.
A Master's degree in Russia? Sign me up! Students from all over the globe can now study for free on a Master’s program at one of Russia and the world’s top universities thanks to Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project, which has been launched by joint efforts of Russia’s higher education institutions
IV All-Russian youth scientific and practical school – conference will take place from 31 July to 6 August 2017 at the NSU Geology and Geophysics department training base “Shira” in the Republic of Khakassia to the south of the Krasnoyarsk region. Students, PhD students, young scientists and specialists up to 35 can take part in the conference