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St. Petersburg State University ranked 2nd for Medicine in Russia and 921st in the World with 3,358 publications made and 36,793 citations received. Main research topics: Pharmacy, Anatomy and Physiology, Oncology and Cancer research, Surgery, Immunology. St. Petersburg State University Medicine Publications & Citations Computer Science
The St. Petersburg Union Humanitarian University has banned female students from showing up to class without waxing. Elvira Vikhareva, a member of Moscow’s political council “Civil Initiative”, shared the information. “It turned out to be forbidden: things in a cage, sandals, sneakers, long nails and … unshaven legs ….
St Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering is a major educational and scientific center, the oldest technical university in Russia for training highly qualified engineers, architects and builders Faculties and departments Top management University Staff University to the city
St. Petersburg (State) University (SPbU) is a leading classical university in Russia, one of the two universities in the country, which have the right to develop and implement their own educational standards. Throughout the years, the university became an alma mater for Lev Landau, Alexander Blok, Nikolai Gogol, Nicholas Roerich and many other ...