Lankaran State University

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Lankaran State University
Lənkəran Dövlət Universiteti
Lankaran-university-emblem.png
Type Public
Established 1991
Rector Prof. Natiq Ibrahimov
Academic staff
250
Undergraduates 1500
Postgraduates 100
Address 50 General H. Aslanov Street, 4200, Lankaran, Azerbaijan
Campus Urban
Website www.lsu.edu.az

Lankaran State University, also spelled as Lenkaran State University (LSU, Azerbaijani: Lənkəran Dövlət Universiteti) is a public university located in Lankaran, Azerbaijan. In 1991 it began to operate as a branch of Baku State University, and in 1992 it received a status of an independent state university.[1]

The university has about 1500 undergraduate and 100 graduates students. Out of the 250 professors working at the university, 150 are Candidates of Science[2]

Departments and Institutes[edit]

  1. The Humanities and Pedagogical Sciences
    1. Azerbaijan Linguistics and Literature
    2. History and Philosophy
    3. Pedagogics and Psychology
    4. Physical Education and Preparation of Youth Pre-military Training
    5. Foreign Languages
  2. Nature Sciences
    1. Physics-Mathematics
    2. Chemistry-Biology
    3. Geography-Ecology
    4. Public Defence
  3. Economics
    1. Economics and Agrotechnology
    2. Economical Analysis and Management
    3. Information Technologies

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.lankaran.az/content.php?page=ali_mektebler Official website of Executive Power of Lankaran.
  2. ^ http://www.lsu.edu.az/universitet_en.html Lankaran State University website

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°45′16″N 48°51′04″E / 38.7544°N 48.8512°E / 38.7544; 48.8512