Russian-Tajik Slavonic University

Russian Tajik Slavonic University
Российско-Таджикский Славянский Университет
Type Public
Established 1996
Rector Solehov Nurali
Students 3,105
Address Tursun-zade str. 30. Dushanbe, Tajikistan 734025, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Campus Mirzo Tursunzoda 30, Dushanbe city, 734025
Language Russian
Affiliations RUDN, TPU

Russian-Tajik Slavonic University (RTSU), also known as Russian-Tajik University, is a university in Tajikistan located in Dushanbe.

Russian-Tajik Slavonic University

The majority of the students come from Russian indigenous families living in Tajikistan and the others are from Tajik and Uzbek families. It is a two-nation joint university (Russian-Tajik). It was established in 1996 as one of the branches of the University of Slavic Russia in Tajikistan. The aim of the university is to prepare future educated experts on every field of science.

Besides being Russian-Tajik the university has students in many nationalities including Armenian, Georgian, Ukrainian and others from post soviet republics.

The education programs and the courses are the exact as taught in Russia. All the education is done in Russian. There is also the facility of foreign languages, which prepares the Chinese speaking students mainly intended to work as interpreters.

Coordinates: 38°34′30″N 68°47′34″E / 38.5751°N 68.7927°E / 38.5751; 68.7927


University was result of cooperation of Russian and Tajik governments. At early beginning it was one of the strongest universities after the civil war and other unrest in the republic.

University structure

The university consist of the following departments

List of specialties or majors

University also provides postgraduate study in economics and philology.

University partnership

The university is partnering in education, culture and science with the following organization:

University is a member of

Rectors of the university

Known professors of the University

Honorable doctors of the University

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