Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (IKBFU formerly known as the Immanuel Kant Russian State University or in brief the Kant University and as Kaliningrad State University (1967–2005), is a university in the Russian city of Kaliningrad (formerly Königsberg).
The university claims to maintain the traditions of its German predecessor, the German University of Königsberg.
A science park was set up at the university in 2008. The major task of the park is the concentration of research potential. The IKBFU innovation park implements the Presidential programme for training managerial staff for national enterprises. The educational courses offered within this programme enable students to acquire expertise in the application of approaches and tools for strategic development in a business environment. …
The level of international cooperation places IKBFU amongst the top ten higher educational institutions of Russia. One of the goals of the International Office of IKBFU is to promote interest in the Russian educational system among the Baltic Sea States. The aim of the International Office is managing and coordinating international activities of the university as a whole, its students and Ph.D. candidates, teachers and staff members. The International Office deals not only with the academic and research exchange programs or organization of foreign delegations visits, but also launches and arranges international events including international cyber sport tournaments and theatre festivals.
Mathematics «Financial mathematics»
Applied mathematics and informatics «Computer science and programming»
Mathematical support and information system administration «Information systems and databases»
Radiophysics «Special radio systems»
Geography «Spatial planning and management of coastal and marine development»
Ecology and Nature Management «Geoecology and marine environmental management»
Construction «Industrial and civil construction»
Information Systems and Technologies
Information security «Organization and technologies of information security»
Computer security «Mathematical methods for information security»
Information and communications technology and communications systems
Land management and Inventories «Estate cadaster»
Transport process technology «Logistics»
Transport process technology «Road transportation management»
Psychology «Psychology of education»
Economics «Corporate Finance»
Economics «World Economy»
Management «Management of organization, Marketing»
Business informatics «Content management»
Sociology «Sociology of Management»
Advertising and public relations
Services «Housing and utilities»
Services «Services for oil and gas industry»
Services «Vehicle maintenance»
Pedagogical education «Preschool education»
Pedagogical education (with two training profiles) «Mathematics.Informatics»
Pedagogical education (with two training profiles) «Preschool education. Speech therapy»
Pedagogical education (with two training profiles) «Primary education. Inclusive education»
Pedagogical education (with two training profiles): «First foreign language (English) and Second foreign language (Chinese)»
«Russian language and literature»
Philology «Polish language and literature»
Linguistics «Translation and translation studies (German and second foreign language of choice)»
Linguistics. «Translation and translation studies (English and second foreign language of choice)»
Document management «Document Management and Archival work»
Choreography «Dance – Aesthetic pedagogy»
Design «Graphic design»
Hostel of the IKBFU
The dormitories of the IKBFU are managed by the Department for Student Affairs
Director of the Department – Maria Saushkina
Deputy Director – Natalia Alexeeva
The dormitories of the IKBFU fall into three categories:
Study bedrooms in the dormitories of this category are for double or triple occupancy. The facilities are shared: all the rooms on each floor have common kitchen areas and restrooms; common shower rooms are located on the ground floor. The dormitories are provided with Wi-Fi and fitted with laundry facilities, areas for sports activities and lounge areas.
The dormitories of this type are located on 23, General Sommer Str., 3, Tchernyshevsky Lane, 51, A.Nevsky Str., 3, Azovskaya Str., 56, Tchaikovsky Str.
All study bedrooms in the dormitory on 14B, A.Nevsky Str. are for double or triple occupancy. The facilities are shared: bedrooms belonging to the same unit have a common kitchen area, restroom and shower room. The dormitory is provided with Wi-Fi and fitted with laundry facilities, area for sports activities and lounge areas.
All flats in the dormitories on 7, Elovaya Alleya Str. are for double or triple occupancy. Each flat has a fitted kitchen and bathroom. The dormitories are provided with Wi-Fi and fitted with laundry facilities.
All study bedrooms and flats are provided on a self-catering basis. Tenants are also expected to clean their rooms and flats themselves. Students pay for accommodation on a semester basis except for residents of the dormitories on 7, Elovaya Alleya Str. who are charged for utility services monthly.
Kaliningrad is a city in Russia, the capital of the Kaliningrad region. It is the most western regional center of the country. Before 1255, it was known as Tuvangaste, from 1255 till 1946, the name of the town was Kenigsberg (Konigsberg).
The general architectural outlook of the city is one of the attractions of Kaliningrad. Unfortunately, there are almost no pre-war buildings in the center. The German constructions remained close to the outskirts.
At the end of the 20th century, the attitude towards German architecture changed, some German buildings were restored. Later, the Cathedral church was restored, as well as the historical Konigsberg House of Engineering.
In 2008, the program on restoration of the historical center of Kaliningrad was adopted. It was suggested to reconstruct the pre-war buildings in the central part of the city and to construct the new Konigsberg castle on the old foundation.
Kaliningrad Historical and Art Museum, the oldest museum in the city founded in 1946. The main building of the museum (the former Stadthalle built in 1912) is located in the center of Kaliningrad, close to Nizhny pool (Klinicheskaya Street, 21);
The Amber Museum. It is located in a historic building (the defensive tower “Dona”), restored after the war (Marshal Vasilevskiy Square, 1);
Kaliningrad Art Gallery, one of the youngest and rapidly developing museums in Russia, up to 60 exhibitions of Russian and foreign art are held here every year (Moskovskiy Avenue, 60/62) etc.