Ural State University of Physical Culture

General Information 

The Ural State University of Physical Culture was established in 1970 and is a non-profit public higher education institution in Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast. Ural State University of Physical Culture ranking is a modest coeducational Russian higher education institution that is officially recognized by the Russian Federation’s Ministry of Sport.

 In a variety of fields of study, the Ural State University of Physical Culture provides courses and programs that lead to legally recognized higher education degrees. Graduates have an opportunity to work in all parts of Russia and abroad – in European, Near Eastern, African and Asian countries. The Russian graduates are the heads of Architectural and Urban Development Committees of the cities and towns of Russia, the directors of research institutes, and the teachers of higher schools. Among them are the state and regional prize winners.

University international activities include exchange programs and joint research projects, international networking, international centers for European studies, internships abroad, innovative resource management, language and culture centers, youth and summer schools (Russian as a foreign language), and international sports and social activities

Study Programs

University provides a studying process for the following faculties:

  • Faculty of Summer Sports 
  • Faculty of Winter Sports and Martial Arts 
  • Faculty of Health Technologies and Sports Medicine 
  • Faculty of Economics, Law and Humanities 

Accommodation and Housing 

 University provides fully furnished and aesthetically designed hostel facilities on the university campus on a sharing basis. The international students are provided beds on a sharing basis. Every hostel resident has free access to the University canteen and all common kitchens on every floor.  The students will get access to available 24/7 Wi-Fi facilities in the hostel.

All modern amenities are available including pillows, blankets, bedsheets, beds, tables, chairs, etc. One common kitchen in every block of rooms is available for students to cook food on their own. Regular electricity and water supply are available for students.