ESTD : 1947 | TYPE : Government | AFFILIATION : WHO | RECOGNITION : MCI
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is one of 10 federal universities in the Russian Federation. The university was awarded federal status on December 30, 2010. From 2010–2015, the university implemented a major expansion program valued at RUB 5 billion. In 2015, the Long-Term Development Strategy of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University won the International Competitiveness Award for Russian Universities.
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is a leading educational institute in Russia’s westernmost region. The university currently offers over 300 secondary, higher, additional, and post-graduate professional educational programs. The university’s infrastructure includes 53 buildings. Over the past 5 years, the total area of the university area has expanded by 3.5 times. The university has its own Clinical Diagnostic Center. Over the past 5 years, our R&D funding has increased by 3.5 times.
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, an innovative university in the Russian Federation, strives to maintain and further develop the academic traditions of its predecessor – Albertina Koenigsberg University. The history of Albertina, one of Europe’s oldest universities, dates back more than 460 years. Over the years, its instructors and lecturers have included: Johann Hamann, Johann Herder, Friedrich Bessel, Friedrich Jakobi, Ferdinand von Lindemann, Adolf Hurwitz, David Hilbert, and Herman von Helmholtz; the founder of Lithuanian literature Kristijonas Donelaitis studied theology at the university; and the writer and composer E.T.A. Hoffman attended lectures in philosophy. The greatest figure in the history of Koenigsberg University is undoubtedly Immanuel Kant, the great philosopher who was once a Russian citizen. His name forever tied Koenigsberg and the university with the cultural history of all mankind and became a landmark of the region.
The university sees its mission as developing a leading national university in new areas and activities based on breakthroughs in biomedicine and neuro- and nano-technologies, setting industry standards, and producing highly qualified professionals who are competitive on the global market. Our priority is R&D in biomedicine and neurotechnologies, which deliver products and services aimed at extending a high-quality life.
|Sl||Course||Seats||1st year Fee||2nd To Last year Fee||Total Fee||Cash Back||Lodging Fee||Fooding Fee||Course Duration|
|1||MBBS||50||USD$-5,300=INR-3,44,500||USD$-4,300=INR-2,79,500||USD$-26,800=INR-17,42,000||10000 INR||lodging included with your course package||USD$-100-INR-6500||6 years|
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Applicants wishing to enroll in degree programs should first contact the Application Office, which can answer any questions relating to the application process (required documents and grades for acceptance, tuition, etc.), accept applications, and issue enrollment orders. Upon your acceptance to Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, you may apply for a dormitory room. The Student Management Office will help students with this. They find places in the dormitory located next to the academic building for foreign students. In addition, the Student Management Office coordinates various student and social projects, initiatives by young people, and the activities of student and volunteer organizations at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.
The International Relations and Protocol Office issues invitations for visas, handles your registration at the place of residence, and helps with applying for visa extension and adjusting to life at the university and in the city.
At the beginning of each semester, the International Relations and Protocol Office arranges an Orientation Week for international students. Orientation Week lasts for 5 days and includes visits to all study buildings, a tour around the city, basics of the Russian culture and language and migration laws, and meetings with other international students, the tutoring team, and the International Relations and Protocol Office staff. Orientation Week is structured in a game-like and interactive format that helps students gain the basic knowledge that is required to live in Russia.
The university has established a tutorship where senior students help newly enrolled international students with adaptation. Each academic group of international students will be assigned a tutor to supervise the group. Tutors help new students with the following:
International students will receive booklets of the university, city maps, and other information materials.
The International Relations and Protocol Office of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University provides our graduates with a European-type Diploma Supplement in which all credits are recorded. Diploma Supplements are issued in English upon issuance of general Diploma Certificates. The Diploma Supplement officially confirms a qualification awarded and may be submitted to a foreign university as part of an application to a post-graduate program.
Upon completion of an exchange program, students who have studied at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University for 1 or 2 semesters will be issued a Transcript of Records. The Transcript of Records contains information in English on all courses taken, credits earned, and final grades.
International students live together with Russian students in two- or three-bed rooms at recently remodeled dormitories near the academic buildings. Each dormitory offers free Internet access. Master’s Program students reside in the new dormitory built in 2015. It consists of comfortable one-room three-bed apartments complete with a bathroom, kitchen, and entrance hall. The residents are provided with bedding and basic kitchenware. Students can use the university pool, gym, and the Clinic Diagnostic Center.
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University offers its students a wide range of intense, active, and interesting leisure activities. The university has many sports and culture clubs, holds large-scale sports events (in particular, at the new stadium - Arena Kantiana), shows (including comedy performances), concerts, and workshops.
We have over 20 sports clubs (hand-to-hand fighting, combat sambo; cheerleading; jogging; fitness yoga; kettlebell lifting; freestyle wrestling; kendo; arm wrestling; basketball; calisthenics; gymnastics and acrobatics; swimming; water aerobics; biking; triathlon; rowing; beach tennis; volleyball; badminton; and ping pong) and regularly hold various sports competitions (beach rugby; beach volleyball; Baltic semi-marathon; arm wrestling; biking; volleyball; basketball; badminton; hand-to-hand fighting; a regional fitness festival; a regional 2х2 soccer contest; parkour season; darts; Nordic walking; One Wave celebration; Spartakiad; and championships in shooting and rowing).
Also, students may join the Astronomy Society, the university’s volunteer organization, or the students' working team; try out at KVN (Club of the Funny and Inventive) or the Theater Club, or learn foreign languages at the Lingvo Club.
Other events that are popular among students include: BiblioNight, the Prikosnovenie Open Kaliningrad Festival of Student Theaters, the Foreign Languages Festival, the Intellectual Picnic, and more.
Since 2010, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University has run the Alumni and Student Employment Center. It focuses of the following:
Many international students and alumni have found jobs with international companies and other entities – foreign universities, airlines, tour operators, and recreation agencies.