St Petersburg University has introduced the Virtual Excursion. This is a project that helps you discover the University online.
You can see the main corridor at the Twelve Collegia that is the longest university’s corridor in the world, Petrovskii Hall that has preserved its original interior of the 18th century, Park of the Modern Sculpture, and St Peter and Paul’s Church to name but a few.
St Petersburg is famous the world over for its University. St Petersburg University is not a campus university, so it is not all located on one site. It is made up of many different buildings located around Vasilievskii Island, Central district, Admiralty district, and Petergof. Many of them are unique architectural monuments, say, Mikhailovskaia Dacha and Bobrinski’s Palace, that are harmonious in combining history and modernity....

The Twelve Collegia, as the main building of the University, demonstrates a notable example of Peter the Great’s architectural period and was built by Domenico Trezzini and А. F. Shchedrin in the 18th century. Initially, it was a place for the Russian government: Senate, Synod, and collegia. In 1838, it was commissioned to the University. Since it has been housing offices, Gorky Research Library, resource centres and laboratories of the Research Park. It is also a place where we hold important events: ceremonies, concerts, conferences, and meetings with famous people and those who come to visit the University.

Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Computer  Sciences and Information Sciences

 Applied Informatics in Arts and Humanities

 Technologies of Programming

    1. Information Technology
    2. Information Systems Design
    3. Web Design
    4. Art Modelling
    5. Computer Animation
    6. Non-linear Video/Audio Editing
    7. Computer Technologies in Music
    8. Digital Recording of Sounds
    9. Digital Mastering
    10. Automatic Text Analysis
    11. Humanitarian Engineering
  1. Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

    1. Mathematical Analysis
    2. Algebra and Number Theory
    3. Geometry and Topology
    4. Differential Equations
    5. Computer Science
    6. Numerical Methods
    7. Control Theory
    8. Fundamentals of Computation Paralleling Technology
    9. Data Analysis on Computer
    10. Computational Geometry
    11. Applied Theory of Dynamical Systems, Extremal Problems
    12. Dynamics and Oscillation Control in Systems and Networks
    13. Software Development Quality Management
    14. Applied Cybernetics
    15. Modern Methods of Chaotic Dynamics
    16. Monte Carlo Numerical Methods
    17. Game Theory
    18. Network Optimisation Problems
    19. Comparative Analysis of Programming Languages
    20. IT-Project Management
    21. C++ Programming
    22. Object-Oriented Programming
    23. Applied Programming
    24. Regularisation Methods of Unstable Problems
    25. Mathematical Methods of Information Processing in Control and Communication Systems
    26. Actuarial Mathematics
  2. Applied Mathematics, Fundamental Informatics and Programming

    1. Algebra
    2. Geometry
    3. Mathematical Analysis
    4. Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
    5. Game Theory and Operations Research
    6. Control Theory
    7. Numerical Methods
    8. Differential Equations
    9. Component Programming Technology
    10. Information Technology Analysis
    11. Project Management in Information Technology
    12. Computer Graphics
    13. Operating Systems of High-Performance Computing Systems
    14. Network Technologies
    15. Economics
  3. Applied Physics and Mathematics

Courses in physics

  • Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics
  • Continuum Physics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Optics
  • Physical Practicum
  • Experimental Physics. Laboratory Practicum
  • Fundamentals of Solid State Physics
  • Basics of Nuclear Physics
  • Condensed Matter Physics

Courses in theoretical physics

  • Theoretical Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Fundamentals of Quantum Microphysics
  • Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics
  • Electrodynamics

Mathematics

  • Higher Algebra
  • Mathematical Analysis
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Probability Theory
  • Methods of Mathematical Physics
  • Methods of Mathematical Statistics

Courses in information technology

  • Physical Basics of Techniques for Data Processing and Transmission
  • Physical Basics of Techniques for Data Processing and Transmission. Practicum
  • Introduction to Contemporary Computer Technologies
  • Numerical Methods
  • Computer Facilities and Systems
  • Methods of Computational Physics
  • Theoretical Basics of Computer Simulation
    1. Electromagnetic and Acoustic Processes

      1. Courses in general physics
      2. Physical Practicum
      3. Methods of Mathematical Physics
      4. Courses in theoretical physics
      5. Physical Fundamentals of Radio Electronics
      6. Theory of Linear Systems
      7. Nonlinear Oscillations and Waves
      8. Introduction to Statistical Radiophysics
      9. Theory of Signals
      10. High-Frequency Electrodynamics
      11. Basics of Solid State and Physical Electronics
      12. Geometrical Optics in Radiophysics
      13. Radiophysical Practicum
    2. Engineering-oriented physics

      1. Courses in General Physics
      2. Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics
      3. Methods of Mathematical Physics
      4. Courses in Theoretical Physics
      5. Continuum Physics
      6. Solid State Physics
      7. Statistical Physics
      8. Experimental Methods for Engineers
      9. Electrodynamics
      10. Foundations of Electrophysics
      11. Foundations of Plasma Physics
      12. High-Voltage Laboratory
      13. Computer Modelling of Physical Processes (ANSYS, COMSOL, etc.)
      14. High-Level Language Programming (Matlab, etc.)

 Mathematics

  • Algebra

 Calculus of Variations

      1. Geometry and Topology
      2. Dynamic Systems
      3. Mathematical Analysis
      4. Mathematical Logic
      5. Mathematical Statistics
      6. Mathematical Physics
      7. Theoretical Computer Science
      8. Probability Theory
      9. Functional Analysis

 

  • Mathematics, Algorithms and Data Analysis

 

      1. Data Analysis
      2. Machine Learning
      3. Combinatorial Optimisation
      4. Principles of Programming
      5. Theoretical Informatics
      6. Languages and Compilers
      7. Probability Theory
      8. Mathematical Statistics
      9. Parallel Computing
      10. Databases
      11. Architecture of Computer Systems
      12. Discrete Probability Theory
      13. Algebra
      14. Mathematical Analysis
      15. Geometry and Topology
      16. Introduction to Dynamics
      17. Fundamentals of Naive Set Theory
      18. Functional Analysis
      19. Logical Calculus
      20. Calculus of Variations
      21. Fourier Analysis
      22. Numerical Methods
      23. Entrepreneurship

 Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence

 Mathematics and Computer Science

    1. Mechanics and Mathematical Modelling
    2. Modern Programming
    3. Physics
    4. Programming and Information Technology
    5. Software Engineering
    6. Technology Programming

 Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence

 Natural Sciences

  1. Biology
    1. Algology and Mycology
    2. Cellular Biology
    3. Developmental Biology
    4. Biophysics
    5. Biochemistry
    6. Botany
    7. Virology
    8. Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
    9. Histology
    10. Invertebrate Zoology
    11. Vertebrate zoology
    12. Immunology
    13. Microbiology
    14. Molecular Biology
    15. General Genetics
    16. General Ecology
    17. Psychophysiology of Individual Differences
    18. Theory of Evolution
    19. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
  2. Biology: Bioengineering Technologies
  3. Cartography and Geoinformatics
  4. Chemistry
  5. Chemistry, Physics and Material Mechanics
  6. Ecology and Nature Management
  7. Geography
  8. Geology
  9. Hydrometeorology
  10. Petroleum Engineering
  11. Real Property Cadastre: Assessment and Information Support
  12. Soil Science

 Economics and Management

 Business Informatics

 

      1. Mathematical Analysis
      2. Linear Algebra
      3. Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
      4. Discrete Mathematics. Theoretical Fundamentals of Computer Science
      5. Architecture of Computational Systems
      6. Algorithms and Programming
      7. Databases
      8. Object-Oriented Analysis and Programming
      9. Accounting
      10. Corporate Economics
      11. Management
      12. Business Information Analysis
      13. Information Systems
      14. Analysis and Modelling of Business Processes
      15. IT Management
      16. Information Systems in Management and Marketіng
      17. Data Visualisation
      18. Information Law
      19. Simulation Modelling
      20. Foreign Languages

 

  • Economic and Mathematical Methods
  • Economics
  • Economics (with advanced study of the Economy of China and the Chinese language)
  • International Management (with study of Modern European and Oriental Languages)
  • Management
  • Personnel Management
  • Public Administration

 Social Sciences

 Advertising and Public Relations

 

      1. Fundamentals of Communication Theory
      2. History of Public Relations and Advertising
      3. Advertising in Communication Process
      4. Fundamentals of PR Theory and Practice
      5. Professional Ethics
      6. Psychology and Sociology of Mass Communication
      7. Copywriting
      8. Fundamentals of Integrated Communications
      9. History of Mass Media
      10. Russian Media Landscape (in English)
      11. Management of PR and Advertising Campaigns
      12. Fundamentals of Branding
      13. Marketing Research in Advertising and PR
      14. Professional Creative Studios
      15. Theory and Practice of Advertising and PR
      16. Business Communication Training
      17. Legal Regulation of Advertising and PR

 

  • Conflictology
  • International Journalism
  • International Relations
  • Journalism
  • Law
  • Jurisprudence (with an In-Depth Study of the Chinese Language and Legal System)
  •  Jurisprudence (with an In-Depth Study of the Japanese Language and Legal System)
  • Organisation of Tourist Activities (with Advanced Study of the Chinese Language)
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Russian Studies
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Sociological Research in Digital Society
  • Tourism

 Humanities

 Museology and Conservation of Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites

 

      1. Theory and Philosophy of Culture
      2. History of Foreign Art
      3. History of World Museums
      4. History of Museum Work in Russia 
      5. Administration and Marketing in a Museum
      6. Display and Exhibition Work in a Museum
      7. The Museum and the Visitor
      8. Provision of Guided Tours
      9. The Legal Foundation of Expert Evaluation and Museum Work
      10. Management and Marketing of Museum Work
      11. Professional Ethics
      12. Technological Advance and Information Technology in Museum Work
      13. Natural Scientific Methods in Preservation and Restoration of Museum Objects
      14. Contemporary Approaches to Museology
      15. Museum Pedagogy
      16. Supportive Courses in History
      17. Attribution and Expertise of Fine Art Works
      18. Museum Documentation and Object Storage
      19. Cultural Anthropology
      20. Military Heraldry

 

  • Albanian
  • Applied, Computer and Computational Linguistics (English)
  • Arabic Philology
  • Archaeology
  • Bulgarian
  • Danish
  • Classical Philology (Old Greek and Latin; Ancient Literature)
  • Cross-Linguistic Communication and Translation: English
  • Cross-Linguistic Communication and Translation: German

 Art and Culture

 Academic Singing

 

      1. History of Russian Music  
      2. History of Foreign Music
      3. History of Theatre  
      4. History of Opera Theatre  
      5. Solfège
      6. Harmony
      7. Solo Singing
      8. Opera Class
      9. chamber choir
      10. Piano  
      11. Basics of the Artistry
      12. Stage Speech  
      13. Basics of Scenic Movement
      14. Dance
      15. Foreign Languages for Specific-Purposes: Italian, German, French 
      16. Psychology and Pedagogics

 

  • Applied Art
  • Environmental Design
  • Graphic Design
  • History of Arts
  • Restoration of Fine and Applied Art Objects

 Physical Training and Sport

Hostel 

Students usually accommodated at the dormitory at Kapitanskaya street 3 in shared rooms for 2-3 people. Application for accommodation is included into the Student Exchange Program Application Form. No permit for allocation is necessary for the accepted exchange and freemover students.

Exchange and freemover students majoring in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Mechanics and Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and studying in Peterhof are accommodated at SPbU halls of residence in Peterhof.

City 

 St Petersburg is a world-renowned city rich in history and culture and a Russia’s cultural capital. It is Russia’s window to Europe and home to many Russia’s leading university. St Petersburg’s architecture is an interesting mix of ages and styles of Rome, Venice, and Amsterdam. It is a city of romance and white nights. It has played a role throughout the history nationally and globally. St Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and is well deserving of its status.

Today St Petersburg is an industrial megalopolis and a big seaport. St Petersburg is a city that is constantly transforming its infrastructure performance and is so favoured by its position as it is a great centre of activity and trade for many our partner countries. It is actively engaged in car industry development (Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai, GM), marine and shipbuilding industry (Admiralty Shipyard, Baltic Shipyard, North Shipyard, and others), power engineering industry, pharmacy, biotechnology, information and telecommunication technologies.

St Petersburg is home to many universities, with over 90 institutions of higher education and 350 research institutions. Many of them are internationally recognized as their alumni and academics are famous worldwide: outstanding scientists and inventors, prominent people in scienc

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