TSU is the oldest university in the Russian Asia, in Siberia, that was founded in 1878 in Tomsk, Russia.
TSU International Student Centre will help students maximize their social and educational benefits and experience of study and life at TSU. The Centre’s specialists work with international students from their arrival at TSU until they graduate and/or transfer, and provide wide support in the following areas:
National Research Tomsk State University opened the largest hostel in the city (1,200 places) for the Russian and foreign students.
Our students are provided with comfortable environment for living - dining room, kitchen, sports and laundry rooms, all the necessary social infrastructure. Hostel is divided into sections, students live in one, two or three in a room with a hallway, bathroom and shower, and a spacious hall there is a place for self-study, relax and socialize.
This hostel is equipped with modern multi-media equipment, fiber-optic network. It is important that the building is located in the city center (near TSU's campus), within walking distance of the Departments, on the banks of the river Tom.
Tomsk State University Research Library will take part for the fourth time in the All-Russian activity Library Night. On 22 April from 20.00 to 23.00, visitors will have traditional tour of the robot scanner and restorers of books, and also have new sites, workshops, meetings, and quests.
TSU Assembly Hall – famous for its perfect acoustics – hosts concerts of classical music. The Concert Hall placed in the Center of Culture is the stage for different performances of TSU theatrical societies, student performances and guest performances.
Tomsk State University has up-to-date sports facilities and complexes where you can participate in a wide variety of sports activities.
You also may become a member of TSU sports clubs or participate in sports activities such as those listed below:
The University is home to a branch of Rotary Club International and other local student volunteers' clubs actively participating in the life of the city and the University. The International Division supports English, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and German student language clubs.