Ulyanovsk State Medical University was established in 1988 as a division of Moscow State University, which is considered to be one of the top universities in the world and the highest-ranking educational institution in Russia. Ulyanovsk State University, which replaced MSU’s unit there, was established in 1995. Eight separate colleges, four research centres, and four secondary vocational education divisions are all part of Ulyanovsk State University. To its justifiable credit, the institution is proud of its human capital. At UlSU now, there are 834 professors (565 full-time), including 123 scientists with doctorates (105 full-time), and 442 scientists pursuing their degrees (of which 342 are candidates). World-renowned scientists, members of national and international science academies, and Russian Federation-honored scientists are among the instructors at the universities.
In 2018, there were more than 2000 scientific publications, including 1383 that were included in the Russian Science Citation Index, 127 that were published in international journals with Web of Science indexing, 149 that were published in journals with Scopus indexing, and 57 that were monographs. International collaboration is regarded as one of the university’s top priority by Ulyanovsk State. The Russian-American and Russian-German faculties, both of which are a component of the Institute of International Relations, carry out cooperative academic initiatives and permit ULSU students to participate in training and internships in Germany and the United States while earning the necessary credentials; USU works with partners from the United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Brazil, Poland, Finland, China, the Republic of Korea, and India in line with the negotiated agreements for collaboration.
Faculty of medicine in Ulyanovsk state medical university
- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Department of Medical Psychology
- Department of Neurology
- Department of General and Surgical Surgery
- Department of Pediatrics
- Department of Internal Diseases Propedeutics
- Department of Faculty Therapy
- Department of Faculty Surgery
- Department of Morphology
- Department of Therapy
- Department of Occupational Diseases
- Department of Hospital Therapy
- Department of Hospital Surgery
- Department of Infectious and Skin-Venereal Diseases
- Department of Oncology
- Department of Human Anatomy
- Department of Public Health and Health
- Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology
Accommodation for Students
Each dorm features a self-training area, computers with Internet access, and a gym. A library, reading room, dining area, public transportation station, stadium, parking lot, rental business, and shop can all be found within 100 to 200 metres of the dorms. The coordination of extracurricular activities with dorm occupants is highly valued. More than 50 events are planned throughout the year in a variety of categories, including contests, sporting activities, the Spartakiad, artistic evenings, concerts, and discos. A student council for each residence exists.
The regional capital of the Ulyanovsk area and the city of Ulyanovsk are both located in Europe, 879 kilometres southeast of Moscow, on the Privolzhsky hill and along the banks of the Sviyaga and Volga rivers, respectively.
Destination in Ulyanovsk
The designation “city of museums” fits Ulyanovsk rather well. City history, culture, and architectural exhibits are available in a number of museums. In the distant past, intellectuals and businessmen from Simbirsk gathered and donated valuable cultural and scientific assets to their community, which is where many museums today have their roots.