Tula State University is the biggest state university located in Tula, Central Russia. It was established in 1930.
Since May 2006 the rector of the university is Mikhail Gryazev, professor, doctor of technical sciences. At Tula State University, more than 20,000 students from 30 countries are studying, 400 post graduates, and 600 foreign students.
The medical institute of Tula State University accepts Indian as well as international students for graduate, post graduate and Ph. D. medical courses. Tula State University prepares its medical students as industry ready professionals who can cope with the medical standards of any country across the world.
Given below is the table for quick facts about Tula State University:
Intake for MBBS Course
Processing Time for MBBS Admission
45 - 60 days
Any passing grades or marks in PCB
Yes, it is compulsory
Annual Tuition Fees
3300 USD (approx)
Medium of Education
6 years with internship
Country - 229 World - 6315
Approved by NMC, WHO
Below are some of the reasons why students should study at Tula State Medical University:
The library of Tula State University consists of 1.5 million books
The university provides facilities such as health resort, in-campus polyclinic, and canteen.
The university consists of a geological museum and a museum.
The university organizes doctoral dissertation councils and Ph.D. dissertations covering 35 specialties.
The university publishes its own newspaper.
The university has a record of achieving olympic medals on its account.
The university has cooperation with the Russian academy of sciences.
Students are not required to give any kind of entrance exam for admission into Tula State University.
The tuition fee for studying MBBS at Tula State University is low.
According to 4icu.org, following is the country and world ranking for Tula State University:
Tula State University in Russia is accredited by many medical bodies such as:
Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation
Tula State University gives one of the best FMGE results in passing percentage. Here is the FMGE 2021 passing percent for the same:
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Tula State University
The cost of living at Tula city is as follows:
Things of daily need (Milk, Groceries, Bread, etc.)
Ranges in between Rs.29 - Rs.450
Eating at a mid-range restaurant (for 2 people)
Rs.2045 - Rs.2100
One way ticket of any local transport
A monthly pass for local transport
Monthly rent for a 1 bedroom apartment
costs between Rs.15,335 - Rs.21,615
Note:1$ = 70 Rs.
Tula is a city in Russia, which is the capital of the Tula region.
Tula city stands on the Upa River, about 182 km south of Moscow.
It is a large scientific, industrial, and cultural center of Russia and it is also an important railway hub.
The population of Tula is about 4,86,000 according to the 2015 census within the area of 146 sq. km.
The Tula city lies 159m above sea level. The climate of Tula city is cold and temperate. Even in the driest month, there is a great rainfall in Tula.
The average annual temperature in Tula city is 5.1 °C.