About North Ossetian State University
Is a university in Vladikavkaz, Russia. It was founded in 1920 and was named after Kosta Levanovich Khetagurov. North Ossetian State University in Vladikavkaz is one of the largest public institutions in the south of Russia. Founded in 1920, the university is directed at education, cooperation, and innovation in different academic areas of the humanities, technical and natural sciences, arts and sports. At present, the university consists of 22 Faculties offering pre-university training and postgraduate studies. The University administrates Scientific and Research Institute for Sustainable Development of Mountain Territories, Republic of North Ossetia Alania Institute of History and Archaeology, Institute of Ossetian Language History and…
Development. International cooperation has always been one of NOSU development priorities. Since 2000 the university has initiated and participated in joint research and academic projects with the European Commission, the UN, International Research Institute of Stanford University. In recent years more than 500 students and faculty participated in international conferences, workshops, and scientific exchange programs (USAID, IREX, DAAD, FULBRIGHT, TEMPUS, COPERNICUS etc)
All State Universities of Russia provide hostel accommodation to their students, the admission into any RussianStateUniversity provides a guarantee of accommodation placement services to all international students who receive an academic offer. There are several accommodation options for international students and it is important to consider whether you prefer an independent lifestyle or enjoy living in a community. Rooms of the hostel are fully furnished.
Rooms on campus are available to students. All hostel rooms are furnished and vary in size and number of conveniences. Dormitory rooms at any RussianStateUniversity hostel can accommodate 2 or 3 students to a room.
Living on campus gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in campus life, allows you to meet other international students and make friends from all over the world. ABROAD EDWISE Student Services team will always be near by to help you with any problems that you may encounter.
Why choose campus accommodation
The international student hostel is the best option for international students arriving in Russia, especially for the first semester.
- Convenience – the hostel is close to everything you need on campus.
- Safety – 24-hour security mean that the international hostel is very secure.
- Support – The ABROAD EDWISE office is less than 5 minutes’ walk from the accommodation, so if any problems arise, the Student Services team can deal with them very quickly.
- Payment – Payment at reception is simple. Rent includes all bills (except internet fees) and there are no extra fees that you might find with private accommodation.
- Obstetrics & Gynecology 06
- Pediatrics 06
- Psychiatry 06
- Total Credits 48
- Elective rotations: 32 weeks
North Ossetia–Alania is comfortably and safely located
Famous for its national cuisine, healing spring water, hot mineral springs, ancient culture and history.
- s situated in the Southern part of Russia
- the capital is Vladikavkaz
- the population is 701 765 people
- is one of the safest Republics
- is ecologically clean
- has the best quality water
- has 250 springs and 10 types of fresh mineral water
- hosts 100 nationalities
- has 2780 sunny hours in a year
- its highest point is 5033 m
- has an ancient history and culture
It is the motherland of talented people such as Kosta Khetagurov the well-known poet and artist, Valeriy Gergiev-chief conductor of the Mariinsky Theatre, Tugan Sohiev the musical director of the Bolshoi Theatre, Stanislav Cherchesov, the trainer of the Russian soccer team for the 2019 Soccer World Cup.
- Ossetian language belongs to the Indo-European language family
- Ossetian cuisine is one of the oldest in the world
- Ossetian pies with various fillings are the main specialty in the region
- The Nart Saga is the jewel in the crown of Ossetian Culture (dating from the 8th century B.C.)