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Омский государственный университет
Country Russia
City Omsk
Cost of living $334-682 USD/Month.
Official Website
General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Established 1974
Abbreviation OmSU
Teachers 699
Students 7,999
Religion None
Academic calendar Continuous
AdmissionBased on entrance examinations
Gender limitation No limits
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Accreditation
• Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
Rankings
World ranking3200
Country ranking141
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking3200
Alternative title
Russian Омский государственный университет имени Ф. М. Достоевского
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Omsk State University or Омский государственный университет (OmSU) - public higher education institution in Russia. OmSU was founded in 1974. The main building is in Omsk.

Application process and the cost of tuition. The main criterion for admission is examination results.

The composition of the university. Omsk State University is average in terms of student capacity, teaching the maximum of 8 thousand students. 699 specialists are employed by the university. The university is an active participant of international programs aimed at academic exchange of students between the educational institutions.

Infrastructure of OmSU. The students have access to the university’s library.
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