Director: Yuri N. Prytkov

Agriculture Institute’s history began in 1931 simultaneously with Mordovia Teachers’ Training Agro-Institute. It is only in 1957 when Agro-Institute was granted a University Status the Institute’s academic curricula and syllabi had been given a new impetus, revision and update.

Today Institute of Agriculture represents an independent structural division as part of Ogarev Mordovia State University, preparing highly qualified specialists for agrarian sector of economy in the Republic of Mordovia and Russian Federation.

Preparation of specialists is conducted in four specialities:

  • Agronomy (qualification “Scientist-Agronomist” and “Bachelor of Agriculture”)
  • Zootechnics (qualification “Zooengineer” and “Bachelor of Agriculture”),
  • Veterinary Science (qualification “Veterinarian”)
  • Technology of Agricultural Production and Сrop Processing (qualification “Technologist of Agricultural Production”)

The Institute has necessary educational, scientific and material resources in order to offer competitive learning environment. The Institute is situated in a separate building with modern laboratories and lecture halls.

There are five computer classes, a Soil Science Museum, Anatomic and Patho-anatomical Museums, Veterinary Clinic, library with the subscription and a reading room, a sports gym, an assembly hall, a dining room, a hostel at the disposal of students.


Director: Alexander V. Kotin

 Institute of Mechanics and Energy – a modern, well-equipped institute, which is based on the long tradition and experience in training highly qualified, widely known as Mordovia, and far beyond.


Director: Tatiana N. Sidorkina

Institute of National Culture (INC) – one of the leading educational, research, creative centers for training in arts and culture, as well as the revival, preservation and development in modern society the spiritual traditions of the peoples of Russia, a multi-ethnic culture phenomena distinctive of the Finno-Ugric peoples.
The Institute is a multilevel system of training in arts and culture. A branch secondary, tertiary, postgraduate and further education. For applicants, admitted to the institution after the 9th grade and received secondary vocational education, the opportunity to enter the department of higher education without passing the exam, and subject to the successful development of the program – high school graduate in a shorter period. Institute graduates in demand in today’s job market. More than 80% of them are employed in their field. Students are successfully working in cultural institutions, education and the arts, design studios, advertising agencies, archives, as well as public organizations and associations, the media and on television.
The institute has developed a unique teaching staff, among which the leading figures in science, art and culture of Russia and the RM, the winners of the State Prize and the Head of RM. Over 60% of teachers are doctors and candidates of sciences. In our walls formed the intellectual and artistic elite of the republic is worthy of representing the world community in Mordovia.
Education at the university, which has the status of a national research university – is a guarantee to quality vocational education and as a result – a successful career.

CONFERENCE – details in the Documents section of the Institute of National Culture


Director: Konstantin N. Nischev

Institute of Physics and Chemistry (IPC) was found in 1994 on the basis of two original departments initially set up in Mordovian State University in 1970 – Department of Physics and in 1974 – Department of Chemistry. The Departments’ history goes back to 1931-1932 when Physicotechnical and Chemical divisions were established in Mordovian Agropedagogical Institute the latter being an ancestor of the N.P.Ogarev Mordovia State University.

Currently IPC is one of the largest educational and scientific bodies of the Mordovian University.


Director: Olga E. Zheleznikova


Director: Nikolai M. Arsentiev

Historical and Sociological Institute of Mordovia State University. NP Ogarev – known as in Mordovia and outside the region, training and research center. There are training specialists in the field of “History”, “Psychology”, “Regional Studies”, “Social Work”, “Political Science”, “Sociology.” In the process of teaching the latest techniques are widely used and training technology, modern computer equipment. This allows graduates to be competitive in recruitment and successfully apply their knowledge in practice.


Director: Larisa A. Balykova

Medicine Institute is one of the leading departments of Mordovia State University. Mordovia. The Institute is a single team with a great human, educational, scientific innovation and medical potential.
The educational process is carried out on programs of higher education, “General Medicine”, “Pediatrics” and “Pharmacy”, 22 clinical specialties internship, clinical residency 25 specialties and 18 specialties graduate. Operates on four doctoral specialties. Further education and retraining is the profile of the main programs of higher and postgraduate education (24 degree).