The Kazan Federal University is located in the Volga region of Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. It was established in the year 1804, as the Kazan Imperial University, and is the second oldest university in all of Russia. The university was renamed in the year 1925, as an honour to its most revered student, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, known to the world as Lenin.

The university is also considered as the birth ground of the discipline of organic chemistry due to the brilliant works of the likes of Aleksandr Butlerov, Aleksandr Arbuzov, and Vladimir Markovnikov. The university also witnessed the discovery of the electron spin resonance by Evgeny Zavaoisky.

The university attained Federal status in the year of 2010. The university was honoured as one of the 15 universities that participated in the Russian Academic Excellence Project, organised by the Russian government

The institute is recognised by the following international medical organisations:

>World Health Organisation
>Medical Council of India
>Ministry of Science and Education, Russia
>US medical regulatory body
>UK medical regulatory body

IFMB also has a unique Medical Simulation Centre. The centre has:

>Dental Phantom Class
>Hospital Model

The research structure of the institute is also innovative and relevant with the needs of modern times.

>It includes research with nanotechnology in biomedicine, bioinformatics, space biology, gene diagnostics, bioinvasion, living system technologies, etc.

Fee Structure

1 UNIVERSITY Kazan Federal University
2 FEE FOR 1st YEAR 8,000 USD
3 FEE FOR 2th-6th YEAR 6,200 USD


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