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UdSU in SCImago Institutions Rankings

This year SCImago Institutions Rankings placed our university the 5th among Russian universities and 13th among higher educational institutions of the Eastern Europe in Mathematics subject area.

Fighting the plague of the 21st century together

Brain diseases, especially neurodegenerative ones, are gradually becoming some of the most widely spread around the world. Over 50 million people are suffering from them at the moment. And the tendency is really alarming. More and more people fall ill every year with Parkinson disease, dementia, multiple sclerosis. According to some forecasts the number of patients with these diseases may double by 2050.

UdSU on its way to inclusion

Inclusive education is much spoken about nowadays. The Udmurt State University is also putting efforts into making its educational environment suitable for people with special needs.

A garden carried in the pocket

Today, on April 23, the world celebrates the International Book Day. Take our warm greetings and celebrate with us by joining the annual All-Russian movement “Biblionoch” (Library NIght).

Fighting back COVID challenges: stronger together

April 19-20 UdSU is receiving the delegation of the Kazan Federal University consisting of the representatives of the Faculty of Pre-University Training for KFU International Students: Dariia Ivanova, the Chair of the Russian Department, Elena Shimkovich, the Chair of the General Disciplines Department. The delegation also includes two KFU international students: Aslam Hannan (India) and El-Bayum Mohand El-Saeed Ibrahim (Egypt).

‘A silver lining” of pandemic

They say that every cloud has a silver lining. COVID-19 outbreak is a cloud which has brought about many challenges, to say the least. But not without a silver lining at that. In the educational field, this lining took a shape of a giant leap in the development and application of distance learning technologies.

April 12th: ‘Off we go!’

60 years ago man flew to space for the first time in human history. Russian cosmonaut Yurii Gagarin orbited the Earth in Vostok-1 spaceship. Without any doubt, this flight was an act of heroism for a single man and a great breakthrough for the whole mankind.