Foreign Division of the Chemistry Department
Study at the MSU Faculty of Chemistry
(4 years, full time)
receive the Bachelor degree, during the 7th and 8th semesters, students attend
special courses on the chosen scientific specialization in addition to general
in Chemistry (2 years, full time)
for the Master degree combines theoretical courses with practical and research
laboratory work. At the end of their term of study students prepare a Master's
of 1 and 2 Specialist Degeree in Basic and Applied Chemistry also available (6
in Chemistry (4 years, full time)
Inorganic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Physical
Chemistry; Electrochemistry; Polymer Science; Chemistry of Organoelement
Compounds; Bioorganic Chemistry ; Colloid Chemistry, Physical and Chemical
Mechanics; Petrochemistry; Radiochemistry; Catalysis; Mathematical and Quantum
Chemistry ; Solid State Chemistry; Biotechnology; Biochemistry
in Biology (4 years, full time)
year starts on September 1st and ends on July 5th.
September - beginning of studies
January – 24th January - examination period
January – 6th February - vacations
February - beginning of studies
June –5th July - examination period
– 31st August – vacations
studies begin on October 1st.
take place in Russian.
Institute of Russian Language and Culture offers a preparatory course of the
Russian language. Contact
the MSU Institute of Russian Language and Culture
Fees for 2020/2021 academic year:
BSc: 455 990 RUR per year
MSc: 462 480 RUR
(English-speaking programs): 502 500 RUR per year
Postgraduate: 420 488 RUR
specify the tuition fees at the Foreign Division.
fee does NOT include the payment for dormitory, transport charges, and living
expenses, all kinds of insurance charges and other expenses. Tuition fee should
be paid every semester in advance.
students can be provided with accommodation on contract basis. Lodging fees
start with approximately $75 per month and more depending on living conditions.
insurance is approx. $150 per year.
Project management in the field of Decommissioning of Nuclear facilities
including Radioactive waste management
to the Chemistry Department of the MSU
admitted to MSU students need to pass the following entrance examinations:
- BSc: oral
Chemistry exam (interview) and test in Russian language
- MSc: written
need to provide the following set of documents:
- Completed application form
- High school
leaving certificate and academic record (both officially translated into
- Statements of
equivalence for certificates granted outside Russia if required by the law
certificate and AIDS test result
- Valid passport and
visa, six 3x4 photos
documents on academic background and medical certificates should be
accompanied with their Russian translations and should be
attested by the Russian Embassy or Consulate at the country where the documents
are issued, by the Embassy of your country to the Russian Federation, or by a
notary public in Russia.
additional information please contact the Foreign Division.