The University is located in the administrative center of Pskov city. Pskov was first mentioned in the chronicles in "The Tale of Bygone Years" in 903 and since then has been rapidly growing. In 2013, the population made over 206,000 people. Pskov Kremlin, Holy Trinity Cathedral, the unique frescos of Mirozhsky monastery are the heritage of the world culture. The city is eco-friendly, green, with well-developed infrastructure. Pskov has a favourable geographical position: located close to the cities of St. Petersburg, Riga, Tallinn, Minsk, it is only 50 km away from the borders of the European Union.
On December 27, 2010 Pskov State University was founded by the merger of five core educational vocational institutions of the Pskov region: Pskov State Pedagogical University named after S.M. Kirov, Pskov State Polytechnic Institute, Pskov College of Civil Engineering and economics, Pskov Industrial technical college, Civil Engineering College of Velikiye Luki city. Each of the participants in the merger passed on their best experience, achievements and traditions to the university.
Pskov state university is the center of educational, cultural and scientific life of the region. At present over 10 thousand students, Master's degree students and graduate students, including about 700 foreign citizens from 29 countries of the world, study here. The international activity is one of the priority directions of Pskov state university development. It has 84 universities - partners from 26 countries of the world.
Paying the main attention to the quality of educational process, the university widely introduces innovative approaches to the training. High professionalism of our staff, modern scientific research allow Pskov state university to take a rightful place in the European family of classical universities.
PskovSU trains students in 80 Bachelor's degree programs, 35 specialist degree programs, 23 Master's degree programs and 21 postgraduate scientific programs.
Training is carried out in full-time, part-time and correspondence forms of study.
Eligibility Criteria :-
He / She should have obtained 50% marks in the Physics / Chemistry / Biology / English at the Class XII higher secondary (10+2) level for the general category. All reserved category students having aggregate 40% marks could also apply.
He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL. There are no entrances examinations and the admissions are strictly on a first come first served basis.
Course Specifications :-
- Course Duration - 6 Years.
- Medium of instruction - English.
- No entrance exams, No Donations.
- WHO, MCI Recognized Best Medical colleges.
- Affordable fee & Low cost of living.
- European life standard.
- Comfortable hostel accommodation on field.
- Perfect academic, sport and diversion facilities.
- Well equipped hospitals with tertiary care.
- One of the best education system in Europe & Asia.
Admission Process :-
Step 1 : - Once the student has satisfied himself / herself about all the merits and demerits of studying in Russia, the student should send or email info@STUDYABROADSTC.COM his/her filled application form along with required documents. You can visit at STC office for submitting all the documents and clarify and doubts.
Documents list :-
- Filled application form
- Scanned copy of 10th marks sheet.
- Scanned copy of 12th marks sheet.
- Scanned copy of the first and the last page of the passport (Can be submitted later in case the same is not immediately available).
- 4 Passport size color photograph with white background (3*4 cm).
- Medical fitness certificate.
- Birth certificate.
- An agreement letter from parents (In which they allows student to go abroad and they will bear the cost of Study & living in abroad.
- A self-addressed envelope containing the exact address (family name, first name, city/town, street, number, postal code, country).
Step 2 : - The application will be forwarded to the concerned University. Once the University accepts the application of the student, the University will issues a letter of confirmation of admission/Invitation letter, confirming the admission of the student at the University.
Step 3 : -After receiving the Passport and Invitation letter, STC will makes arrangements to have the visa stamped on the passport by the Visa Officer at the Russian Embassy.
Final Step : - After Completing all documentation and formalities, student will arrange the things of common use (Like Clothes, Books, Personal use products etc.) Now STC will provide the Date of departure, so that student can arrange for Flight Ticket (STC will help the students to purchase cost effective Flight Tickets). At the Departure time STC Representative will goes to the Airport and another Representative will be available at Destination airport in Russia. He/She will arrange for Hotel stay (if needed) and other formalities (Medical insurance, Bank account opening, Hostel registration, College registration, Visa extension, SIM Card registration etc.) in Russia
Pskov and Russia
Pskov is a city located in the north-western part of European Russia, at the confluence of the Velikaya and the Pskova rivers, the capital of the Pskov region. It is one of the most ancient Russian cities. The population of Pskov is about 207,500 (2015), the area - 96 sq. km. The phone code - +7 8112, the postal codes - 180000-180560. Local time in Pskov city is April 21, 3:13 pm (+3 UTC).
Pskov, one of the oldest Russian cities, was first mentioned in the Laurentian Chronicle in 903. The original name of Pskov was “Pleskov” meaning “the town of purling water”. Until the 12th century, Pskov was part of the Old Russian state. In 1136, after the proclamation of the Novgorod Republic, the town came under the rule of Novgorod. In 1240, Pskov was captured by the Teutonic Order. The town was liberated by the army of Alexander Nevsky in 1242.
However, after the Battle on the Ice, the Teutonic Order, their common enemy, ceased to be a threat to Novgorod. Novgorod continued to fight only against the Swedes, and Pskov had to fight against the Livonian Order alone. Thus, the military ties between Pskov and Novgorod ended. In fact, Pskov became independent at the end of the 13th century.