ESTD.: 1988 | TYPE: Government | AFFILIATION: WHO | RECOGNITION: MCI
Ulyanovsk State University is a government, research university located in Ulyanovsk, Russia. The university was founded in 1995. The city of Ulyanovsk is situated on the Volga river and has a population of about 7 lakh people. Ulyanovsk State University was one of the first among Russian universities to join Bologna process and started to reform its Doctoral, Master’s and Bachelor’s standards of degrees. The university is among the largest in Russia and enrols around 16,000 students across in its six colleges.
The university is a part of Moscow State University and has students from many countries such as India, countries in North America, South America and Europe. Ulyanovsk State University is recognised by the Medical Council of India and also by World Health Organisation (WHO). This means that Indian students will be allowed to sit for FMGE or MCI Screening Test and also for USMLE.