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Murmansk Arctic State University

Murmansk Arctic State University is the northernmost university in Russia and, at the same time, the smallest flagship university of the Russian Federation, which makes it an ideal place to study, experience the north and work in peaceful and comfortable environment.

 

About the University MASU

MASU main campus is located in Murmansk – the biggest deep-sea port in the Arctic and the largest city beyond the Polar Circle that is also located in the closest proximity to the Northern Europe. It is here where you can behold Polar Night, Midnight sun, Aurora Borealis, mighty northern landscapes and even the Arctic Ocean. Yet being very young, Murmansk and its region enjoy rich historical and cultural heritage (including the indigenous one of the Sámi people) as well as warm good-neighborhood relations with the Scandinavian countries that creates perfect conditions for developing creative industries, entrepreneurship and international relations.

The other two towns MASU is presented in, Apatity and Kirovsk, are more to the south neighboring the ancient Khibiny mountains. Both focus on the development of ore-mining and processing as well as chemical and other minerals related industries. Apatity is unofficially referred to as the “Science town” due to several branches of academic institutions located there. Kirovsk, found in only 20 km away, is also developing tourism infrastructure and serves as one of the best ski and hiking resorts.

Contacts:

Victoria Piksendeeva – Head of Admission Office
priem@masu.edu.ru
+79113070017
+79585869953 (WhatsApp)
+7 (8152) 21-39-52
+7 (8152) 21 -39-69
+7 (8152) 21-38-00
vk.com/masu_edu

 

Directions and forms of study in MASU

– Pedagogical education;
– Psychology;
– IT;
– Biology and ecology;
– Physics;
– Chemistry;
– Logistics;
– Economics and management;
– Sociology;
– History;
– Russian and world philology;
– Journalism;
– Linguistics;
– Geology and earth sciences;
– Mining and extraction;
– Energy;
– Legal studies;
– Sport;
– General medicine;
– Design;
– Urban studies;
– Tourism and hospitality;
– Culture and arts;
– Social work;

All programs content includes the overall scientific aspects as well as North and Arctic-oriented ones.

Our speakers

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Victoria Piksendeeva

Ph.D. in Philology, Head of Admission Office

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Maria Knyazeva

Candidate (PhD) of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Vice-rector for research

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Olga Ostrovskaia

Ph.D. in Economics, Director of MASU Apapity Branch

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Tatyana Belevskikh

Ph.D. in Economics, Dean of Institute of Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship

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