University of Tyumen
University of Tyumen is one of the most rapidly developing universities in Russia. Our mission: to train personnel able to design new professional activities, transform the social environment, and create effective businesses in the context of global competition. Our strategy: to create a new-generation university through the reorganization of its human resources policy, its core assets (educational, research, innovative) and institutional environment, and by means of comprehensive upgrading of infrastructure. University of Tyumen, founded in 1930, is one of the largest universities in Russia and one of the leading universities of the prosperous oil-producing Tyumen region. It counts more than 27,000 students, around 2,100 of whom come from other countries. The number of international students is growing year by year. In 2018, students from Algeria, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Vietnam, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Egypt, Zimbabwe, Israel, Iraq, Yemen, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Mongolia, Nigeria, Palestine, Senegal, Serbia, Syria, Sudan, America, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, France, Chad were enrolled in core UTMN programmes. International students can learn the Russian language at the Preparatory Department.