Ryazan State Radio Engineering University named after V.F. Utkin

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Ryazan State Radio Engineering University named after V.F. Utkin (up to 1993 – Ryazan State Radio Engineering Institute) was founded in 1951. It is located in Ryazan, 180 km south-east from Moscow. The town has a rich history and is famous for its cultural traditions. The University ranks high among the leading educational institutions in Russia. It is currently attended by more than 6,000 students. RSREU named after V.F. Utkin is a large specialized academic and research center.


The international activity of RSREU named after V.F. Utkin is a special kind of activity focused on the internationalization, diversification of education and science and the integration of the University into the world educational space.

The University participates in the European Union programs Tempus and Erasmus+, expands its international contacts, enters into cooperation agreements with the following foreign universities and organizations: University of Genoa (Italian Republic), L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Republic of Kazakhstan), Belarusian National Technical University (Republic of Belarus), LLC Automotive Lighting (Czech Republic), University of Montenegro (Montenegro), Embassy of France in Russian Federation (French Republic), University of Žilina (Slovak Republic), Wuhan University (People’s Republic of China) etc.

More than 200 students from 30 countries, including Azerbaijan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Vietnam, Ghana, Georgia, Cameroon, Kazakhstan, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Kingdom of Eswatini, Morocco, Moldova, Nigeria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan are enrolled at the University.

The Pre-University Course for foreign students are provided with Engineering, Science and Economics directions. Special emphasis is placed on studying Russian as a foreign language for professional and day-to-day communication. Period of study at the Pre-University Course is 12 months from September to August.

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