Tyumen State University is a university in Tyumen, Russia. The University of Tyumen was the first university in Tyumen Oblast and was founded in 1930. Nowadays the UT consists of 12 institutes. The total number of students at the university is more than 27,000, including 1,900 international students. The total number of faculty is more than 2,000. Today the UT trains qualified specialists in 175 fields. The UT offers various forms of study: full-time, part-time, evening, distance education, master’s degree, undergraduate education, graduate, doctorate, advanced training, and second degree. The University is one of the participants of the Project 5-100 – the program of improving international competitiveness of the Russian institutions of higher education among the world’s leading research and education centers. Since 2013 Valery Falkov has been the rector of the UT.
Faculties of Tyumen State University “Chemical Institute”:
While getting education, all the students are provided with comfortable rooms for living in hostels for students. All the rooms are provided with the Internet access, TV set and telephone. There are bathrooms, lavatories and kitchens for students in the hostels. The campus area is equipped with a gym, a large number of shops and entertainment centers.
Usually, students use accommodation facilities on the sharing basis. All students’ hostels are safe and secure as they are under the protection of the police during 24 hours.
Educational process does not only consist of exams and tests. Students’ life is a unique world, full of hopes and joy, exciting events and fascinating new acquaintances. The university is a so-called city within the city, which has everything one might need.
Tyumen is a city in Russia, the capital of the Tyumen region, the first Russian city in Siberia. It is located in Western Siberia on the Tura River flowing into the Tobol River. The distance to Moscow is 2,081 km.
Being an administrative and business center of the largest oil- and natural gas-extracting region of the country, Tyumen is informally called the oil and gas capital of Russia.
Tyumen celebrates City Day on the last Saturday of July. The boat on the coat of arms means that the town was the historical starting point for navigation on the rivers of Siberia.
The history of the origin of the name of Tyumen is not clear. Tatar legends bound it with the word “tumen” meaning “ten thousandth army”. In modern language of Tyumen Tatars the word “tyumen” means “lowland”.
The climate is similar to sharply continental. The average temperature in January is minus 15 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 18.8 degrees Celsius.
The headquarters of the following large Russian companies can be found in Tyumen: “Zapsibgazprom”(“Gazprom”), “Lukoil – Western Siberia” (“Lukoil”), “Tyumenneftegaz”, “Sibnefteprovod” (“Transneft”).
The main airport of Tyumen is an international airport “Roshchino” offering regular flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, Surgut, Ufa and a number of other cities. Tyumen is also a railway hub of Sverdlovsky Railway (the Trans-Siberian Railway).
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