oday AmSU has rich history and noble traditions. We always strive to increase our achievements. The University has won many awards of All-Russian contents, held by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science.
he University provides education of different levels, including degree and non-degree courses at lycee of secondary education, academic college, 10 technical and humanitarian departments.
Multi-level educational system and big number of educational programs ensure a wide range of training future professionals. In AmSU students gain common up-to-date knowledge and get ready to be successful in new competitive environment.
In AmSU you can immerse as well in interesting and eventful students’ life. And we are interested in developing your possibilities and talents.…
Higher education has been valuable through times, and now in the age of information and complex technologies it has come into sharp focus. Our courses are designed to ensure that our graduates are well-equipped to start a career in their chosen field. The Amur State University is a classical university that offers you high-quality education.
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Physical engineering
- International Relations
- Design and technology
- Social Sciences
- Pre-university courses
- Professional development and professional retraining
- General Lyceum (grades 5-11)
In 1952 June the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR on foundation of Blagoveshchensk State Institute (BSI) in 1952, on the 1st August in Blagoveshchensk on the Amur is issued. The decree contains the information about annual enrolment of 200 students and also about construction of a standard hostel (1953) and educational building (1954). It was a very complicated period when the Institute and hostel buildings were being erected, their supply with equipment was being carried out and the teaching staff was being formed. The teaching staff of the Institute had to be engaged in teaching and scientific activities as well.
In 1996 BSI was reorganized the Amur State University (the AmSu) and admitted to the Association of medical schools of Europe. It allowed unify doctor’s training with All-European standards. In May, 2011 a general meeting of a work collective of the AmSU took place.
Blagoveshchensk, a city located about 7,850 kilometers east of Moscow, is the capital of Amur Oblast, the fifth largest city in the Russian Far East. The city stands on the left bank of the Amur River, on the border of Russia with China, directly opposite the Chinese city of Heihe.
Blagoveschensk experiences a monsoon-influenced warm-summer humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dwb), bordering on a monsoon-influenced hot-summer humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dwa), with the city featuring very cold, dry winters and warm, humid, and wet summers. On 1 August 2011, it became the first city in the Russian Far East to be hit by a tornado.
Main Attractions of Blagoveshchensk
The Arc de Triomphe (Triumphal Arch) – one of the symbols of Blagoveshchensk recreated in accordance with archival documents in 2003-2005. The original arch, erected in honor of the visit of Prince Nicholas (future Emperor Nicholas II), was built in 1891. But it was damaged by flooding and dismantled in the 1930s. Krasnoflotskaya Street, 145, near Victory Square and the embankment of the Amur River.
On the embankment of the Amur River (along Krasnoflotskaya Street), you can also find several monuments reflecting the history of Blagoveshchensk: Monument to Frontier Guards near the Rotunda, Monument to the Armored Boat of Project 1125 (in honor of the crossing of the Amur River by the Soviet army during the Second World War), Monument to N.N. Muravyov-Amursky (founder of Blagoveshchensk). Walking along the embankment, you can also enjoy the views of the city of Heihe located on the other bank of the Amur River.
The Amur Regional Museum of Local Lore named after G. S. Novikov-Daursky – the oldest local history museum in the Russian Far East (founded in 1891) and one of the most important historical buildings of Blagoveshchensk. Among the exhibits presented in the museum there are unique costumes and belongings of Daurian and Evenki shamans, the Ust-Nyukzha meteorite, and bones of fossil animals. Lenina Street, 165.
The Amur Paleontological Museum. The exhibition presents unique finds from excavations made in the Amur region, where several unique paleontological objects are located, including the Blagoveshchensk dinosaur location. The museum houses the largest collection of dinosaurs in Russia. Relochnyy Pereulok, 4.
The Amur Drama Theater (1886) – the cultural center of Blagoveshchensk. The repertoire of the theater includes classical and contemporary plays. Lenina Street, 146.
The Fire Tower (1914) – an original structure resembling the contours of a medieval tower. Amurskaya Street, 72.
Lake of Lotuses in Ivanovka – a man-made lake located near a small village about 40 km east of Blagoveshchensk. A very rare plant is grown here – lotus Komarova (Nelumbo nucifera) listed in the Red Book of Russia. During the flowering period, the pond looks amazing. Not only botanists but also tourists from the Far Eastern and Siberian cities come here to see this beauty. Lotus blooms from the third decade of July to the third decade of August.