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Our research teams work in active cooperation with Russian and foreign academic and research organisations in the following areas:

— Benthial deposit and soil cover geochemistry and geo-ecology (lead by Evgeny Nesterov, Chair of the Geology and Geo-Ecology Department, Faculty of Geography) in cooperation with  Prehistory Laboratory (St Petersburg), the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Institute of History of Material Culture RAS (St Petersburg), The Institute of Northern Archeology (Nefteyugansk), South Ural Federal Research Centre (Chelyabinsk), the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology RAS — Ural Branch (Yekaterinburg), the Institute of History and Archeology RAS – Ural Branch (Yekaterinburg).

— Paleolimnology (lead by Dmitry Subetto, Dean of the Geography Faculty) in cooperation with Northern Water Problems Institute of Karelian Research Centre RAS (Petrozavodsk), Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal university (Kaliningrad), Karelian Research Centre RAS (Petrozavodsk), Kazan Federal University, Lund University (Sweden), University of Potsdam (Germany).

— Atomic, molecular and chemical physics (lead by Sergei Gavrilov, Professor of the General and Experimental Physics Department, Faculty of Physics) in cooperation with Uppsala University (Sweden), Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (Germany), University of Hanover (Germany), Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics, (USA), University of California (USA).

— Astrophysics and condensed matter physics (lead by Sergei Gavrilov, Professor of the General and Experimental Physics Department, Faculty of Physics) in cooperation with Tomsk State University, University of São Paulo (Brazil), Federal University of Sergipe (Brazil).

— Particle physics, quantum field theory, cosmology and gravitation (lead by Andrei Grib, Professor of the Theoretical Physics and Astronomy Department, Faculty of Physics) in cooperation with Alexander Friedman Laboratory for Theoretical Physics (St Petersburg), Copernicus Science Centre (Poland), St Petersburg State University of Economics, ITMO University (St Petersburg), the Bonch-Bruevich St Petersburg State University of Telecommunications.

— Optical and electronic memory and alternating-phase materials (lead by Alexander Kolobov, Chair of the Physical Electronics Department, Faculty of Physics) in cooperation with University of Cambridge (UK), National Institute of Applied Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), Nanoelectronics Research Institute AIST (Japan), Joint Research Center for Atom Technology (Japan), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), Polytechnic University of Milan (Italy), Japan Science and Technology Agency, University of Montpellier (France), The French National Centre for Scientific Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (USA).

Frequently asked questions

How to apply for degree/non-degree programmes?

➤ To apply a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD programme at Herzen University you need:

  • to choose a program
  • to prepare necessary documents (the list of documents is available here)
  • to pass entrance exams

More information about the admission procedure for a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD program is available here

➤ To apply for the Foundation programme or the Russian as Foreign Language courses you need:

  • to fill out application form here

➤ To apply for a non-degree programme or a teacher-training programme you need to make an enquiry via e-mail: international@herzen.edu.ru

What is the language of instruction at Herzen University?
How can I apply if I do not speak Russian?

The language of instruction at Herzen University is Russian.

If you do not speak Russian, you may take the Foundation programme – a Preparatory Course for Those Who Are Planning to Apply for a University Degree Programme.

Course duration – 10 months.

The Foundation programme starts every Monday throughout September - October.

Upon completion of the Foundation Programme you may apply for a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD program.

More detailed information about the Foundation Programme is available here

How to get a student visa?

➤ To get a student visa to study on Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD programme you have to get an official invitation letter from Herzen University.

To get an official invitation letter you need to submit the following documents:

  • A copy of national passport (your passport has to be valid for at least 18 months from the date of your application).
  • A filled in application form
  • A copy of the last Russian visa (if applicable)

Upon receiving the original invitation letter, you have to contact the nearest consulate of the Russian Federation to obtain the visa.

➤ To get the Russian entry visa to study at the Foundation programme (10 months) or other Russian as Foreign language non-degree programmes you have to do the following:

  • to get an official invitation letter from Herzen University

To obtain the official invitation letter you need to submit the following documents:

  • A copy of national passport passport (your passport has to be valid for at least 18 months from the date of your application).
  • A filled in application form

Upon receiving the original invitation letter, you have to contact the nearest consulate of the Russian Federation to obtain the visa.

What am I required to do upon arrival?

Upon arrival to St. Petersburg, you have to get the residence registration within the period of 7 days. The registration is required by the Russian migration law.

➤ If you stay at a Herzen University’s dormitory your residence registration is issued by the dormitory’s administrative staff.

➤ If you rent an apartment you have to address the landlord (property owner) in order to be registered at the place of your residence.

More detailed information about the residence registration procedure is available here