Moscow University for the Humanities
Moscow University for the Humanities is a non-governmental institution of higher education which offers a wide range of academic, research and professional programs. The University is fully licensed and accredited by the Ministry for Education and Science, which entitles it to offer courses and award state-recognized degrees and diplomas. The University is considered to be the leader among non-governmental institutions of higher professional education in Russia, and is a member of International Association of Universities.
The University features six faculties with a total number of more than 5,000 students, including more than 100 foreign students from different countries.
Moscow University for the Humanities is a powerful training, research and social centre. In addition to its fully-fledged teaching facilities, it hosts the Research Institute for Humanities, the UNESCO International Institute of Youth for the Culture of Peace and Democracy, the A.A. Zinoviev Research Center, the Center for Information and Computer Technologies headed by Y. I. Zhuravlev (a full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences), the Russian Intellectual club, the Humanities College, the “Irida” non-governmental comprehensive secondary school, and the University Publishing House.
The University features six departments with a total number of more than 5,000 students, including more than 100 foreign students from different countries.