Russian Islamic University

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Russian Islamic University is Russia's first official Islamic university.[1] It was founded in 1998 in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.[1] The University consists of three departments (Theology, Islamic Science and Hafiz Preparation) and four sub-departments (Humanitarian, Islamic Law, Islamic Theology and Filology). In 2008 the University had around 70 faculty and more than 400 students.



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Coordinates: 55°46′11″N 49°08′50″E / 55.76972°N 49.14722°E / 55.76972; 49.14722