- Kazan University of Art and Culture
- Kazan Academy of Art and Culture
- Kazan State Academy of Art and Culture
- Kazan State Institute of Art and Culture
Kazan State University of Art and Culture was founded in 1969 as a branch of the Leningrad State Institute of Culture. In 1974 Institute was reorganized to the Kazan State Institute of Culture. In 1991 it was renamed in Kazan State Institute of Arts and Culture. In May 1995, the institute received the status of the Academy. In July 4, 2002 was granted the status of Kazan State University of Culture and Arts. In 2001, the association has established the Kazan State University of Art and Culture a regional center educational district, which comprises more than 20 educational institutions of culture and art of the Middle Volga. Today, Kazan State University of Culture and Arts is a dynamic leading regional center of culture, science, education and arts, in which the classical tradition of high school are combined with the latest educational technology. University is progressively developing new high school, adapting to the current socio-economic and socio-political conditions which play an increasingly active role in regional integration, federal and international educational space. Kazan State University of Culture and Arts has 9 faculties, 30 departments that implement basic educational programs: 14 at the undergraduate level; At 29 specialties; 3 Masters program; 7 graduate schools; 1 Doctorate; 3 council for doctoral dissertations; Institute of Knowledge Transfer that implements programs of additional education (training on the profile of the basic professional educational programs, preparation for university entrance; retraining on the profile of the basic professional educational programs, continuing professional education).