Nayanova University

Nayanova University

SMNU - Samara municipal Nayanova University, University in Samara

Address: Russia, 443001, Samara Oblast, Samara, Molodogvargejskaja St., 196

Nayanova university was founded in 1993 (1988).

The permanent rector of university, from the date of its foundation, is Najanova Marina Venediktovna.

The university teaches around 300 students and approximately 80 post-graduate students.

Official site is http://nayanova.edu/

The conception of education in the university is founded on the model of developing uninterrupted education. It includes 7 stages. Each of the stages corresponds to level of educational programs (preschool, primary school (1st-4th grades), primary continue (5th-7th grades), secondary education(Full school), the higher education, postgraduate study, doctoral studies). All the programs work out of the base of the state educational standards. Graduates of university besides the state high education diploma can receive the diploma in a speciality "An interpreter in sphere of professional communications".

All the lessons of the High Education Stage take place in the second housing of the university.

Due to uninterrupted education idea there are grades in marking university groups (e.g. "13 Г", means 2nd year student of the economical faculty ) instead of year of education.

Like in school, marking the group with the letter means here belonging group to the corresponding faculty. It uses in high grades of school too (from 8th up to 11th grade).

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