Kyrgyz Russian Slavic University
Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University was founded in 1993 on the basis of the Treaty “On friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance” between the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation. In 2004 by the decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, as an expression of appreciation and respect for enormous support and encouragement in founding the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, the university was given a name of the First President of Russian Federation Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin. The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University is one of the prestigious institutes of higher education in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University has 8 faculties containing a total of 80 academic departments, 6 research centers, 15 scientific and educational centers, 4 laboratories, a law center, a medical center, and 25 institutes of students’ aesthetic education.
Academic programmes of study offered at the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University correspond to advanced standards for higher education of both the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic aimed at training highly-skilled professionals, able to work successfully in the CIS and abroad. Academic plans are approved and accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic. Along with traditional Specialist Degree programmes (5 years), the university offers Bachelor’s Degree (4 years) and Master’s Degree (2 years) programmes as well as postgraduate and doctoral degree programmes. .The medium of instruction at KRSU is Russian. It is also noteworthy that the KRS Ugraduates get diplomas of two states – the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic and foreign citizens- the Diplomas of international standard.
Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University has 8 faculties, 80 academic departments, 6 research centers, 15 scientific and educational centers, 4 laboratories, a law center, a medical center, and 25 institutes of students’ aesthetic education.
The university is highly proud with its 1973 distinguished and dedicated academic and research staff (106 of them are doctoral candidates and 353 with PhD degree) and a total number of more than 11000 students, including more than 780 foreign students from near and far abroad countries, and about 450 postgraduate and doctoral candidates.
The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University has always been committed to international exchange and cooperation. Nowadays, the university has close links with the following universities and research institutes of Europe, Asia and America:
The Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov (Russia)
The Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman (Russia)The medium of instruction in the medical colleges in Kyrgyz Republic is English.
The Diplomatic Academy under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (Russia)
The Moscow State Institute of Foreign Relations (Russia)
The Russian Academy of Economics named after Plekhanov (Russia)
The Russian State Humanities University (Russia)
The Scientific-Research Institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
The National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyz Republic)
The Westminster University (UK)
The Athens National Technical University (Greece)
The Lanzhou University (PRC)
The Kwangju Ecological College (Republic of Korea)
The Plymouth University (UK)
The Newcastle University (UK)
The Göteborg University (Sweden)
The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University is a member of:
The International Academy of Sciences of Higher Education
The International Academy of Informatization
The Association of CIS International Relations Schools
The International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature
The Association of Russian- National Slavic Universities in the CIS
The SCO Network University
During 2008-2011, more than 200 academic staff and students have undergone internship and/or exchange studies programmes at universities of Germany, UK, USA, Italy, etc. Over 100 international students from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Republic of Belarus, India, Pakistan, Israel, China, South Korea study at KRSU and contribute to the social and academic life of the university. Courses are taught by lecturers from Germany, China, Switzerland, Japan, France and etc.