TULA STATE UNIVERSITY

Tula State University, is the largest state university in Tula, Central Russia. Since May 2006, is Mikhail Gryazev, a professor, and doctor of technical sciences. More than 20,000 students, 400 postgraduates, and 600 foreign students at Tula State University. The university consists of nine faculties colleges), a medical institute, a center for pre-university studies, a regional center for professional development, and 73 departments.

Established in 1930, Tula State University is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the medium city of Tula (population range of 250,000-499,999 inhabitants), Tula Oblast. Officially recognized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Tula State University (TSU) is a large (uniRank enrollment range: 20,000-24,999 students) coeducational Russian higher education institution. Tula State University (TSU) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor's degrees in several areas of study. See the uniRank degree levels and areas of study matrix below for further details. TSU also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, sports facilities, study abroad and exchange programs, as well as administrative services.

Tula State University (TSU), is the largest state university in Central Russia. Actively responding to the challenges of the time, the university is developing dynamically, while maintaining fidelity to classical traditions. Today, the university enrolled more than 16,000 students, more than 440 graduate students, 11 doctoral students, more than 110 residents, and more than 100 interns. Among the foreign students more than 700 people from 50 countries. The education market in the region of Tula State University presented a unique set of services. University prepares graduates for 150 directions and specialties of the military, technological, mining, and construction, computer and information, scientific, economic, legal, social, humanitarian, and medical profiles. Preparation is more than 1,200 teachers, including 237 doctors, professors, and 717 associate professors.

Training is conducted in TSU full-time (day), part-time (evening), and correspondence (including reduced programs and external studies) courses. The university prepares engineers of different directions, mathematicians, engineers, physicists, chemists, psychologists, political scientists, historians, archivists, theologians, linguists, translators, lawyers, sociologists, doctors and specialists in physical culture and sport, designers, artists, designers, economists, managers, architects, teachers, including high school, highly qualified specialists PhDs.

Educational process

TSU has more than 150 study programs in defense, technology, mining construction, computer science, economics, law, humanities, and medicine. There are more than 1,200 faculty members, among them 278 full doctors of sciences, professors, and 742 candidates of sciences, and associate professors. The total number of university staff is 2,400.

TSU provides full-time and part-time education, distance education, and education by correspondence. The university trains mathematicians, mechanics, physicists, chemists, psychologists, political scientists, historians, theologians, linguists, translators, lawyers, sociologists, physicians, specialists in physical culture and sports, designers, and design engineers, economists, managers, architects, and educationists. The Regional Centre for Professional Development and Retraining of Administrative Workers and Specialists at Tula State University has more than 2,400 students.

The university scientific library contains more than 1.5 million books. There are several reading halls, an Internet room, a digital library. A laboratory of computer technologies has started. e-book and virtual laboratory projects have been created by the faculty members and students of the university.

In 2005, the university was awarded the Certificate of Honour by the President of the Russian Federation for its contribution to the education of specialists and the development of science. In 2007 TSU received the RF Government Award for Education. The university staff headed by rector Mikhail Gryazev received a State Award for the project called Regional University Educational and Pedagogical Complex of Innovative Educational Technologies Used in Training Specialists for High-technological Production in Defense Industry. Alexander Agubechirovich Khadartsev, the director of the Medical Institute, received a State Award for the scientific research called The Use of Neuron Network Technologies in Educational Process.

 

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Eligibility Criteria

Candidates should be eligible for MBBS admission at Tula State University:

  • The age of the applicants must be 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of the admission procedure, the maximum age limit is 25 as of 31st December of the admission.

  • The worldwide candidates must secure an aggregate of 50% in 10+12 or equivalent exams in the subjects of physics, biology, English, and chemistry.

  • General category candidates must have 50 % in PCB.

  • Reserved category students must score 40% in PCB.

  • The Indian applicants must be qualified in the NEET examination for MBBS admission at Tula State University

Duration of MBBS in Tula state University

Duration of an undergraduate program especially MBBS in Russia is of 6 years including 1 year of apprenticeship and 5 years of classroom learning. The duration of MBBS is almost the same for every medical university in Russia. Russian medical universities are providing a great opportunity to work during your span of 6 years to get real-time experience exposure.