Tomsk State University
|Томский государственный университет
|the First Siberian Imperial University in Tomsk|
|President||Georgy V. Mayer|
|Rector||Dr. Eduard V. Galazhinsky|
Tomsk State University, TSU (Russian: Томский государственный университет; full official name: Leading National Research Tomsk State University) is a public research university located in Siberia, Russia. It was founded in 1880 in Tomsk, Russia, and is the oldest university in Russian Asia (in Siberia).
TSU opened in 1888 with only one department, the medical faculty, which separated in 1930, now forming the Siberian State Medical University.
At present, there are 23 departments with 23,000 students. TSU is one of the Russian-39, which marks it as an official National Research University (since 2010) and a top-15 Russian Leading universities (since July, 2013).
|Department of||Founded in|
|Mechanics and Mathematics||1948|
|Physics and Engineering||1963|
|Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics||1970|
|Biology and Soil Science||1932|
|Geology and Geography||1933|
|International Department of Agriculture and Ecology||1994|
|Arts and Culture||1994|
|International Department of Management||1992|
- (Russian), (English) and (German) Official English language and Russian language Tomsk State University website.
- (Russian) Official website of “Alma Mater” – Tomsk State University newspaper
- (Russian) Official website of Tomsk State University Cultural Center
- Template:Latvia Agreement“”-Newport University CED of Latvia Agreement
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