Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law is one of the largest private university in Tatarstan and the Volga region. Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law was founded in 1994 in Kazan city. During 19 years of existence the Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law has achieved significant results in the field of economics, law, management, psychology, education and information technology. At present 4500 students are being trained in Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law. Since its formation Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law has trained over 9800 professionals. Today Kazan Institute of Economics, Management and Law has 8 faculties, 33 departments and staff of 650 skilled educators.
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Kazan, a city in Russia and a large river port on the Volga River, is the capital of Tatarstan Republic, located about 820 km east of Moscow. It is one of the most important economic, scientific and cultural centers of the country.
From the Tatar people language the word “qazan” means a “boiler” or “cauldron”. The historical symbol of Kazan, depicted on its coat of arms and flag, is a mythical dragon-creature Zilant often mentioned in local legends.
Kazan climate is temperate continental, extreme cold and scorching heat are rare and not typical for the city. The average temperature in January is minus 10.4 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 20.2 degrees C.
National composition of the population of Kazan: 48.6% – Russians, 47.6% – Tatars, 0.8% – Chuvash, 0.4% – Ukrainians, 0.3% – Mari. Today, Kazan is the cultural center of the Tatar people.
The city has been undergoing a total renovation since 2000. Kazan metro was opened in 2005. The city celebrated its millennium in 2005, when one of the largest mosques in Russia (Qolsharif) was built inside Kazan Kremlin walls. Also, Millennium Bridge was opened in 2005.
Kazan Kremlin is included in the UNESCO list of monuments of world heritage. Present day Kazan is one of the most popular Russian cities among domestic and foreign tourists. About one million tourists visit Kazan a year.
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