Prospective students from these countries can take TSU admission tests in March and April 2018.
Tomsk State University teachers on the promotion tour will provide consultations to applicants and their parents, present programmes and enrolment options, help select the field of study and carry out entrance tests (to participate you should present passport). The visiting TSU boards comprise both teachers and senior students, so applicants can obtain complete first hand information on study in Russia.
TSU representatives plan to visit 13 towns in Kazakhstan, three in Kyrgyzstan and one in Uzbekistan. The itinerary includes trips to Ust-Kamenogorsk (15-22 March), Taldykorgan (23-25 March), Karaganda (30 March - 3 April), Almaty, Astana (8-11 April), Bishkek (27-29 March and 1-3 April) and Osh (20-22 March). The complete TSU Admissions Boards workschedule and dates and venues of meetings with prospective students are available on the university website. No preliminary registration is required for visitors wishing to attend TSU presentation events. For questions concerning the visiting TSU Admissions Boards call +7 (3822) 529-672 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org (regional liaison officer Gizat Tazhin)
National Research Tomsk State University is located in Siberia. It was established 140 years ago. TSU offers more than 340 programmes to international prospective students as well as pre-university training. In 2017, TSU had more than 2,000 students from 48 countries; CIS countries representatives made up half of the student body.