Ryazan State Medical University


Ryazan State Medical University was founded in the year 1950. It was named after I.P. Pavlov. He was born and worked in Ryazan for very many years. He became the first Nobel Laureate for medicine. Ryazan State Medical University is considered to be one of the most renowned universities in Russia. RSMU has earned a very high reputation since the time of its existence in Russia as well as in abroad. The University secures a place in “Directory of World Medical Schools” by the WHO (World Health Organization). The University strongly collaborates with the international educational as well as organizations like the American Pharmaceutical Convention and Medical University of Arizona much more.

International Awards such as American Golden Certificate for the International Prestige (Monte-Carlo), The Crystal Knight (Malta), Golden Lion (South Africa), Havana Libre Cup from 21st century (Euro Union Organization) are some of the collection of the University’s awards. In the year 2004, European Quality Diploma had been received by the University.

At present, there are around 5000 students from 45 regions of Russia and 40 countries to study medicine from this prestigious university. More than 17,000 doctors graduated from this University and they are in great demand in Russia as well as abroad.


  1. Faculty of General Medicine
  2. Faculty of Preventive Health
  3. Faculty of Pharmacy
  4. Faculty of Dentistry
  5. Faculty of Pediatrics

Student life

There are 56 departments and16 academic buildingsfor the students. With that, there are the central scientific research laboratory, base dental clinic, consulting diagnostic polyclinic, botanic garden with experimental ground and bee yard, vivarium, sports and health camp, gyms, tennis court, mini- football ground, and 2 mini football grounds. There is a rich library with scientific and educational literature in foreign languages.

There are 4 fully furnished hostels available for foreign students. The foreign students organize and celebrate their National holidays and concerts to represent the history of their cultures and custom.