Kaluga State University

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Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State University
Калужский государственный университет имени К. Э. Циолковского
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The University building in the Lenin Street, Kaluga
Former name
Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute, Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical University
Type Public
Established 1948 (1948)
Rector Maxim Kazak
Academic staff
287
Students 4,500
Postgraduates 121
Location Kaluga, Russia
Campus
Website www.tksu.ru

Kaluga State University (KSU) is a university in Kaluga, Russia. The university was founded in 1948. Before 2010 it was Kaluga State Pedagogical University. It's named after Tsiolkovsky. The university consists of 6 institutes (The Institute of Natural Sciences; The Institute of History and Law; The Institute of Pedagogics; The Institute of Psychology; The Institute of Social Relationships; The Institute of Physics and Technologies), 2 faculties (Faculty of Foreign Languages; Philological Faculty), and The Institute of Pre-University Traininng, The Institute of Additional Professional Training.

There are 3 museums in the university: The Museum of KSU's history; The Museum-study of Alexander Chizhevsky; The Museum of the Natural Sciences' Institute.

The University publishes scientific quarterly "The Kaluga University Bulletin" (Russian: Вестник Калужского университета).

The rector of the university is Maxim Kazak.

History[edit]

1948-1963 — The Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute.

1963-1994 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute.

1994-2010 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical University.

Since 2010 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State University.

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Coordinates: 54°30′32″N 36°16′26″E / 54.5089°N 36.2739°E / 54.5089; 36.2739