Education in Siberia

Education in Siberia

Education in Siberia expanded greatly after the Trans-Siberian Railway was completed in the 19th century. While Siberia became part of Russia in the 18th century it was not until the 20th century under the Soviet Union that education was transformed Siberia to economic importance. This was aimed at uniting the people under the Soviet. For example, the Irkutsk State Linguistic University served as "as a conduit between Russia and these native peoples by teaching languages" during the communist era. [http://www.sras.org/sub_program.phtml?m=31] Imperial Russia began uniting Siberia to Russia by founding Siberia's first university, Tomsk State University, in 1878.

As teaching language helped to connected Siberia with Russia, currently there is a high demand for English to connect Siberia to the outside world. The Siberian Intercultural Bridges helps place English teachers throughout Siberia to bridge the gap between the Western world and the remote areas of Siberia. [http://www.siberian-bridges.org/Homepage/index.html] Meanwhile, the Russian government has also been encouraging English teachers to educate the population. [http://www.jobs.languagelink.ru/]

Currently, higher education in Siberia has sought to revive the regional culture. Kemerovo State University has specialized in Shor language to increase usage and document the language's history in Siberia.

Universities and colleges

* Abakan State Institute of Education
* Abakan State University of Pedagogy
* Altai State Technical University
* Amur State University
* Bratsk State Technical University
* Buryat State Agricultural Academy
* Chita State University (1966)
* Chita State University of Medicine
* Chita State University of Polytechnics
* Eastern Institute of Economics, Humanitarian Sciences, Management, and Law
* Eastern Siberian State Technological University
* Far Eastern State Technical University (1930)
* Far Eastern State University (1899)
* Irkutsk Institute of Railway Engineering
* Irkutsk State Academy of Agriculture (Irkutsk Institute of Agriculture)
* Irkutsk State Academy of Economics
* Irkutsk State University (1918)
* Irkutsk State Linguistic University (1948)
* Kemerovo Agricultural Institute
* Kemerovo Art Academy
* Kemerovo Medical Academy
* Kemerovo State University (1973)
* Kemerovo Technological Institute of Food Industry
* Khakass Technical Institute
* Krasnoyarsk State University (Russian abbreviation is KGU) (1963) (Started as a division of Novosibirsk State University, became standalone university in 1969)
* Krasnoyarsk State Institute of Trade and Economics
* Krasnoyarsk State Medical Academy (Russian abbreviation is KrasGMA)(1942)
* Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University (Russian abbreviation is KGPU)(1932)
* Krasnoyarsk State Technical University (Russian abbreviation is KGTU)(1956)
* Kuzbass State Technical University (1950)
* Kuzbass State University
* Norilsk Industrial Institute
* Novokuznetsk State University of Pedagogy (Russian abbreviation is KuzGPA) (1939)
* Novosibirsk State Agricultural University
* Novosibirsk State University (1959)
* Novosibirsk State Technical University (1950)
* Omsk State Technical University (1942)
* Omsk Academy of Law
* Omsk Medical Academy
* Omsk Road-Transport Academy
* Omsk State Transport University (1961)
* Omsk State Agrarian University (1918) (connected with Omsk State Veterinary Institute and Institute of Agribusiness and Continuing Education)
* Omsk State Pedagogical University
* Omsk State University (1974)
* Omsk University of Consumer Service Technology
* Omsk University of Physical Culture
* Seversk State Technological Academy
* Siberian Academy of Public Service
* Siberian State Aerospace University (Russian abbreviation is SibGAU)(1960)
* Siberian State Academy of Motorcars and Roads
* Siberian State Industrial University
* Siberian State Medical University (1888)
* Siberian State Technological University (Russian abbreviation is SibGTU), the oldest in the city, founded in 1930 as the Siberian Institute of Forest)
* Siberian State University of Communication
* Siberian State University of Telecommunication and Information Sciences
* Siberian University of Small Business
* South Ural State University (1943)
* Sukachev Institute of Forest (1944)
* Tomsk Polytechnic University (1896)
* Tomsk State Pedagogical University (1902)
* Tomsk State University (1878) (First university in Siberia)
* Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building (1952)
* Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (1962)
* Tuvan Institute of Humanitarian Research
* Tuvan State University
* Tyumen State Oil and Gas University
* Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service (1967)
* Yakutsk State University (1956)

Links

*en icon [http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=25628&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html Initiative of the UNESCO Chair from Siberia]
*en icon [http://www.brookings.edu/views/articles/hillf/20041013.htm Siberia: Russia's Economic Heartland and Daunting Dilemma] from the Brookings Institute
*en icon [http://www.russianenic.ru/english/cred/b-c.html Russian Education Ministry Information on Accreditation]
* [http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/conf/gishe97/program_files/papers/markov/markov.html Data on Siberian schools]


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