Ulyanovsk State University Medical Faculty, Institute of Medicine & Ecology Ulyanovsk
Ulyanovsk State University is one of the youngest medical institutes in the Russian Federation in Ulyanovsk city. Ulyanovsk State University is a federal state educational institution of higher medical education. Ulyanovsk State University was established in 1988 as a branch of Moscow State University named after Lomonosov.
The medical university provides opportunities for full-time courses, part-time courses, external courses, and also distance learning courses. Students get to learn from each other since Ulyanovsk University has a global network of international students coming from all 7 continents. Students also get an opportunity to receive an internationally recognized degree in medical science and healthcare science. Today, the Medical Institute of Ulyanovsk State Institute offers to study over 400 young and prominent students both from Russia and other countries.
Today Medical Institute of Ulyanovsk State University is combining classic medical university tradition with the latest trends in Russian medicine, and international education systems. Ulyanovsk State University provides the formation of moral, scientific, and cultural values of the society through quality medical training in Russia, outlining the future development of the main sectors of the economy and social infrastructure in the region.
At present Ulyanovsk State University enrolls about 16,000 students from within Russia, Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, and South America. Currently, the university employs more than 1,254 highly qualified academic staff in 80 study departments, including 138 Doctorate and 623 Candidate of Science degree holders. To date, Ulyanovsk State University has trained more than 26,000 professionals. Students have the opportunity to study MBBS, study dentistry, study pharmacy, and study nursing.
The Russian-German and Russian-American medical faculties that are part of the Institute of International Relations implement joint medical academic programs and allow ULSU students to undergo medical trainings and internships abroad in Germany and the United States with obtaining relevant medical degrees and certificates. In accordance with the signed cooperation agreements with foreign universities-partners, USU is collaborating with the United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Brazil, Poland, Finland, China, the Republic of Korea, India, and Japan.
In accordance with the signed cooperation agreements, USU is working with universities in the near abroad: universities of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. In 2018, UlSU entered into cooperation agreements with five medical universities in the near and far abroad — Wesleyan College (USA), Shanxi Medical University (China), the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek, Samarkand State University, Kokand State Pedagogical Institute (Uzbekistan).
Faculties and Courses
Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Medicine and Ecology in the Ulyanovsk State University provides studying process at the following departments:
- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (basic clinical)
- Department of Therapy and Occupational Diseases (basic clinical)
- Department of Hospital Therapy (basic clinical)
- Department of Hospital Surgery, Anesthesiology, Resuscitation, Urology, Traumatology, and Orthopedics (basic clinical)
- Department of Infectious and Skin-Venereal Diseases (basic clinical)
- Department of Oncology and Radiation Diagnostics (basic clinical)
- Department of Medical Psychology, Psychoneurology, and Psychiatry (basic clinical)
- Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Medical Rehabilitation (basic clinical)
- Department of General and Surgical Surgery with topographical anatomy and a course in dentistry (basic clinical)
- Department of Pediatrics (basic clinical)
- Department of Internal Diseases Propedeutics (basic clinical)
- Department of Faculty Therapy (basic clinical)
- Department of Faculty Surgery (basic clinical)
- Department of Morphology
- Department of Human Anatomy
- Department of Public Health and Health
- Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology
Faculty of Physical Culture and Rehabilitation
- Department of Theory and Techniques of Physical Culture and Sport
- Department of Physical Culture
- Department of Adaptive Physical Culture
- Sports Club
- Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Center
Faculty of Ecology
- Department of Biology, Ecology, and Nature Management
- Department of General and Biological Chemistry
- Forestry Department
- Basic Department of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Postgraduate Medical and Pharmaceutical Education
- Department of Graduate Education and Family Medicine
- Department of General and Clinical Pharmacology with a course in Microbiology
- Department of Excellence of Secondary Medical Workers
- Basic Department of Therapy
- Basic Department of Pharmacy
Student hostels and student accommodation are not a problem in Russia. There are plenty of options like rental apartments, PGs, student hostels, and dormitories. Students should try to get the university hostel for combined charges as outside the university there are separate charges and payments which leads to a lot of spending. Ulyanovsk state university has a well-established hostel system. It has furnished rooms with a capacity of 2-3 students.
There are laundry rooms, common rooms, TV areas, libraries, attached washrooms and bathrooms, a gymnasium, an Indian mess, High speed 24/7 internet service, a dispensary and medical center, power backup, and a centralized heating system. All these facilities make the hostel just like home.
Ulyanovsk on the River Volga was previously known as Simbirsk. It was renamed in 1924 following the death of Vladimir Lenin. As the birthplace of Lenin, Ulyanovsk became a sort of mecca for communists and a giant historical museum was built over the house of his birth. The museums still exist but they are much less popular now, and today’s focus has shifted to the architectural and wider historical aspects rather than just about the leader of the world proletariat.
There are 525 modern libraries in the Ulyanovsk region, 46 of which are named after outstanding literary figures including I. Goncharov, A. Plastov, N. Blagov, S. Mikhalkov, M. Lermontov, A. Pushkin, and D. Granin. In 2015, the Ulyanovsk region won the competition “The Literary Flagship of Russia” and received the status of “The Most Reading Region.”.
Ulyanovsk is the home of Russia’s largest printing plant Dom Pechati (“The Press House”) which produces about 10% of all printed products issued in the country. By 2030, Ulyanovsk is committed to increasing the number of published books written by local authors and encouraging young creative entrepreneurs to engage in the book sector, as well as supporting reading and writing enjoyment by filling public spaces with innovative literary devices to enliven the curiosity of its citizens.
The city is one of the most popular study destinations among young and prominent students who want to boost their theoretical knowledge and take more from the informational resource centers of Ulyanovsk. Every student can study or work in every library in the city. Students also can visit numerous restaurants with Asian food, Rusian food, Turkish food, Indian food, and other national cuisines. In their free time young people can spend time in art galleries, modern cafes, historical museums, and renovated cinemas.