Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University
or Kазанский Федеральный Университет
higher education institution in Russia.
Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University - Description
The main center of higher education for a vast region, KFU today employs more than 3,200 faculty members and trains over 47,000 students, who follow 260 major degree programs on the basis of 19 Institutes, 7 faculties and 4 branches in nearest cities. Study programs embrace the areas of Physics and Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences and others.
Bachelor - Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University
Founded in 1804, Kazan University is the second oldest university in Russia. An internationally acknowledged center of academic excellence, it is routinely listed among top 10 institutions of higher education in the country. In October, 2009 the University received the high federal status. This became the logical continuation of the 205-year history of the development of Kazan University and a foothold for the breakthrough in the sphere of educational technologies. KFU is a bright example of a classical university – source of fundamental knowledge and constant development. The main center of higher education for a vast Volga region, KFU has over 47,000 students (more than 1000 of them are foreigners), who follow 180 bachelor degree and 120 master degree programs. Today KFU employs more than five thousand faculty members, including the world-famous scholars – members of science academies, professors, state prize winners, and leading scientists. Among them there are visiting professors of foreign universities who provide their experience and connections for the benefit of KFU students. RESEARCH The University carefully preserves the traditions of its world renowned scientific schools of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and linguistics. Over the last decade it has succeeded in promoting state-of-the art research in the...