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Moscow State University ( Lomonosov )

Moscow State University named after MV Lomonosov


Moscow State University ( Lomonosov ) is the oldest and largest Russian public university. It was established in 1755 on the initiative of Mikhail Lomonosov, and is considered one of the most important centers of national science and culture.

Moscow State University has a rich academic history and is the highest-ranked university in Russia, with a consistent position within the top 150 global universities in the QS World University Rankings.

Moscow State University ( Lomonosov ) includes the tallest educational building in the world, more than 47,000 students study there, and it receives 4,000 international students every year.

Since the establishment of Moscow State University until now, its main goal is to provide an advanced level of academic education and provide scholarships for distinguished students.


University statistics from colleges, departments, and international students

The university was founded in 1755

Moscow State University includes 15 scientific research institutes

The university includes 40 colleges to study various university specializations

More than 300 faculty members

The university has 6 branches, all in the CIS countries

More than 40,000 students (graduate and postgraduate students) study at the university.


Every year Moscow State University enrolls about 4,000 international students from all over the world

The university employs more than 6,000 professors and lecturers and about 5,000 researchers in colleges and research institutes.


Global university rankings

In Russia
Number 1 of 385

In Moscow
No. 1 of 67

In Europe
Number 48 of 2794

In the world
Number 182 of 14178

In the QS World University Rankings
QS No. 74 of the world universities in the ranking

Advantages of studying at Moscow State University

Moscow State University degrees are recognized in all Arab and foreign countries

The most important thing that distinguishes Moscow University and makes it among the top 10 universities in Russia is that the certificate obtained by all students is recognized in all Arab and foreign countries.

He graduated from Moscow State University, the most famous person in the world

It was the alma mater of the most famous figures

In all fields like Anton Chekhov and Ivan Turgenev

And politicians such as Mikhail Gorbachev and Mikhail Suslov

In addition to famous mathematicians and physicists who won the Nobel Prize such as Boris Demidovich and Vladimir

Arnold and Andrei Kolmogorov

Top-ranked Russian universities
In terms of employing graduates

Moscow State University is ranked 101

QS in the latest graduate employment rankings

This makes it the highest-ranked Russian university in terms of graduate employment

study fees

The costs of studying at Moscow State University may be the most expensive among all universities in Russia, but they are not considered high compared to other international universities.
The costs of studying at Moscow State University vary according to the student’s specialty, for example
The cost of a bachelor's degree in geography is approximately $4,800 per year
The cost of a bachelor's degree in public, civil, or criminal law is about 5,660 US dollars per year
The tuition fee for studying pharmacy and general medicine is $8,700

Studying some literary specializations also costs $8,700

About housing and living costs

Moscow State University provides university housing for its students, which includes all the facilities a student needs

Students can choose to live in rooms sufficient for one, two, or three individuals


This residence is also equipped with everything a student may need in his private residence, such as


Classrooms equipped for students so that each student can study individually


Exercise halls


Restaurants for dining provided by the university


Laundry rooms by university employees


Medical clinics for students on campus


Toilets and all other amenities


The structure of university housing at Moscow State University includes seven branches

Specializations and colleges

Faculty of Basic Medicine
Faculty of Basic Physical Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Biotechnology
College of Space Research
Department of History
Faculty of Philology
Faculty of Philosophy
Faculty of Economics
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Faculty of Sociology
Institute of Asian and African Countries
Faculty of Political Science
Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics
Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics
Faculty of Physics
Faculty of Chemistry
Biology department
College of Materials Science
College of Educational Sciences
Faculty of Geology
Faculty of Geography
College of Bioengineering and Bioinformatics
Faculty of Journalism
Faculty of Psychology
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