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Faculty of Physics is a major training and research center and a leading institution in field of physic education in Russia. At the Faculty research is carried out in practically all fields of fundamental and applied modern physics.
The Faculty consists of eight Departments and includes 39 Divisions (Chairs). It closely cooperates with plenty of Russian and foreign research centers and universities that regularly carry out schools, seminars, conferences.
The system of education at the Faculty has long-standing traditions and is a model for faculties of physics at different Russian universities.
Educational process in areas of nuclear physics and astronomy is carried out together with Nuclear Physics and Sternberg Astronomical Institutes of the University, founded on its base.
There is a specific education system in place at the Faculty of Physics. It is a combination of fundamental training through the junior years with extensive specialization during senior years.
Currently there are about 45 general courses and over 650 specialized courses delivered covering a wide range of traditional and new aspects of physics research
The number of students, including BS, Specialists with diplomas and MS totals 2500; the Ph.D. student number is 350.
Annually 400 freshmen, 280 graduate and 95 Ph.D. students enter the MSU Faculty of Physics
On the whole, the Faculty employs 1400 people, including the teaching staff, research staff, maintenance staff and the management.
Teaching and professors’ staff is made up of 479, including 269 Ph.D. and 185 Doctors of Science.
Research staff is made up of 317 people, including 211 Ph.D. and 51 Doctors of Science.
Citizens of different countries and continents have traditionally been students at the Faculty. Starting from the 1950s representatives of more than 85 countries have received graduation diplomas from the MSU Faculty of Physics.
Astronomy (6 years). Tuition fees — 325 000 rubles per year
Physics (4 years). Tuition fees — 325 000 rubles per year
Physics (2 years). Tuition fees — 325 000 rubles per year
Tuition Fees per year — 262 000 rubles per year rubles per year
Post-graduate program in Physics and Astronomy (3-4 years)