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About PSHPU
One of the oldest universities in the Urals (founded in 1921). In the near future, the University will celebrate its centenary.
The main thing is people
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Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University is the educational, cultural, and scientific center of Perm Krai. Over 7,000 students are studying here, including foreign students from different countries and more than 500 members of teaching staff and researchers.
Technology of comfortable learning
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The teaching rooms have modern multimedia equipment that allows for video conferencing and video broadcasting. One of the classrooms is equipped as a conference, which makes it possible to broadcast events throughout the university, as well as on the Internet.
Technology of comfortable learning
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The teaching rooms have modern multimedia equipment that allows for video conferencing and video broadcasting. One of the classrooms is equipped as a conference, which makes it possible to broadcast events throughout the university, as well as on the Internet.
Other features
Provider Center for International Baccalaureate
«Russian as a Foreign Language» course
Polyglot-Profi Department
the opportunity to study Linguistics and Translation or Foreign Language Teaching
German Language Learning Center
training, preparation for passing international German language exams
The Student Club provides an opportunity for active students
Arts and crafts, sports, contests, festivals, competitions, a large number of events for students
Wi-Fi access
Internet access for your education
Our life
The aim of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University is to create an environment of open opportunities to help each student to boost their skills in sports, creativity, political activity or in any other positive idea.
University map
Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University represents a full-featured campus in the city centre.
Hostel for students
Main academic building
Second academic building
Fourth academic building
Fifth academic building
Educational Programmes
Program manager:
Mosina Margarita Aleksandrovna,

Doctor of Pedagogic Sciences,
Professor
Educational Program for Foreign Students «English and Russian language»
Level of education:
Master's degree / Bachelor's degree
Form of study:
full-time
Years of education:
2 / 4-5
Form of study:
English, Russian
Program summary (abstract):
The program is aimed at training highly qualified specialists able to speak both English and Russian and provides a depth of comprehensive knowledge in the field of methods of teaching English and Russian.

The program is focused on the development of professional skills in teaching English and Russian and involves the development of abilities to carry out organizational and managerical, scientific and pedagogical and pedagogical activities.

Graduates of the master's program «English and Russian language» are trained to work as:

- A foreign language teacher in different types of educational organizations;

- A research worker at various types of research institutions;

- A methodologist of scientific and educational centers for training and retraining of a foreign language teacher;

- A specialist of additional education institutions.

The program is unique in that it involves the use of active and interactive forms of conducting lessons (seminars, discussions, business and role-playing games, trainings, student research and international webinars) in combination with extracurricular activities organized with the use of authentic media resources, e-learning system, a database of global information and communication portals and other features of modern information technologies.

Organization and support of individual educational paths of master's program's students is carried out with the use of the electronic support system for educational courses of Perm State Humanitarian Pedagogical University: http://moodle.pspu.ru.

Foreign citizens with higher professional education confirmed by appropriate qualification and the level of English proficiency of at least B1 are invited to master the master's program in this field of training.




Programme Manager:
Boris A. Kruse,

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Head of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, Professor
Educational programme for international students "IB DP Certificate in Teaching and Learning"
Level of education:
Master's degree
Form of study:
full-time
Years of education:
2 years
Form of study:
English
Programme overview:
The programme aims to develop students' personal qualities, as well as to form the competencies in accordance with international requirements for training teachers. It is intended to:

- prepare leaders of international education who aspire to pursue building an international community of high school teachers,

- prepare leaders in international education with the opportunities for professional development throughout life,

- prepare teachers for work in schools of the International Baccalaureate to build a community of effective practitioners and researchers of international education.

Perm State Humanitarian and Pedagogical University is one of 50 Universities in the world that is officially authorized to provide Master's programmes, with the issuance of an international certificate "IB DP Educator Certificate in Teaching and Learning" (Certificate is issued by the organization of the International Baccalaureate in the USA). The programme is becoming increasingly popular among universities in the world. Most universities are located in the USA, UK, Australia, Canada. There are universities in Europe, Hong Kong, Japan, and Turkey.

The programme is aimed at training teachers of various subjects of high school. Graduates of the programme become international teachers recognized by the international community with high academic mobility.

Much attention is paid to professional English. At the end of the programme, graduates receive a certificate of teacher of the International Baccalaureate, which allows them to teach various subjects in the leading schools of the International Baccalaureate of the world. The certificate is issued by the organization of the International Baccalaureate in the United States and frees teachers from having to attend workshops, giving it a great competitive advantage in employment.

The programme is specially developed by the Perm State Humanitarian and Pedagogical University in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate organization, which was established in 1968 as a Swiss foundation with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

The programme is aimed at training teachers of various subjects of high school. Significant attention in the programme is given to a foreign language as the language of professional communication of international teachers. Graduates of the programme become international teachers recognized by the international community. They receive a certificate of an International Baccalaureate teacher, which allows them to teach various subjects in leading schools of the International Baccalaureate.

The programme employs certified international trainers, examiners and experts from the International Baccalaureate. The pedagogical practices provided for in the programme are held at schools of the International Baccalaureate in Russia and abroad.

The IB Educator Certificate in Teaching and Learning gives you the opportunity to:

1) get a job in leading schools of the International Baccalaureate around the world. To do this, there are annual stock exchanges for teachers and various online services;

2) International Baccalaureate teachers with an IB Educator Certificate in Teaching and Learning Certificate are demanded around the world. A typical contract with a school lasts for 3-5 years. The school provides teachers with housing (cottage or apartment), and also compensates for the fare costs;

3) International Baccalaureate schools ensure the participation of their teachers in international professional development events in various countries of the world (workshops, conferences),

4) graduates of the programme are in demand, because they have modern international technologies for organizing the educational process.

Graduates of the programme can pursue a career as International Baccalaureate teachers, holders of an IB DP Educator Certificate in Teaching and Learning Certificate, can develop professionally (programme coordinator, school director, international trainer, international examiner, school authorization expert, employee of the International Baccalaureate organization). They get opportunities for admission to graduate school of Perm State Humanitarian and Pedagogical University.

The uniqueness of the programme also lies in the use of active and interactive forms of conducting classes (seminars, discussions, business and role-playing games, trainings, student research, international webinars) in combination with extracurricular activities organized using authentic media resources, an e-learning system, and global bases of informational and communication portals and other features of modern IT technologies.

The programme can be obtained by foreign citizens with higher professional education, confirmed by appropriate qualifications, as well as the level of English proficiency of at least B1.

Program manager:
Olga N. Tverskaya,

Ph.D., Associate Professor
Educational Program for Foreign Students
"Therapy of Communicative and Speech Disorders of Children with Special Educational Needs"
Level of education:
Master's degree
Form of study:
full-time / part-time
Years of education:
2 years / 2 years 6 months
Form of study:
English / Russian
Programme overview:
The program is designed for students who want to pursue professional careers in helping children with all forms of communicative, language and speech pathology in private practice and in institutions of various fields - educational, medical, and social. The content of units and practices is based on the best world experience. The program considers features of communication and speech disorders of children with motor, intellectual, sensory disorders (hearing, vision, severe and multiple developmental disorders) from the perspective of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Methods of prevention and treatment of communicative and speech disorders are also be considered from the perspective of these international documents, including the use of alternative and additional communication (AAC). Much attention is paid to the adaptation of the language environment to the child's communicative abilities (Braille, Sign language, PECS, MACATON, etc.).

The competencies obtained during the development of this program extend to the following areas:

- expert diagnosis and therapy of communicative developmental disorders;

- expert work in the diagnostic prevention of children's communicative and speech disorders;

- own scientific and practical activities;

- leading scientific and practical activities.


At the end of the program students submit and present the research work.


Students in this Master's program will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the best Russian and foreign practices in the field of detection and treatment of children`s communicative and speech disorders from the perspective of an interdisciplinary approach, as the program is implemented with the participation of the best domestic and foreign experts in the field of children`s communicative and speech disorders. Practical experience in the sphere of child communication will be obtained by participation in practice and internships in educational institutions, and health care and social protection organizations (both in the Russian Federation and in other countries). In the training process, students can take part in additional educational courses, which will deepen the professional competencies and expand the experience in the treatment of communication and speech disorders ("Myofunctional gymnastics", "Adaptive physical education", "Musical therapy", "Art therapy", "Ergotherapy", "Communicative assistive devices", etc.). Students will be able to take part in work with children who have communicative and speech disorders as part of their projects or volunteering.

Getting a degree in English/Russian provides unique opportunities for getting a job/continuing studies in postgraduate (doctoral) programs both in the Russian Federation and in other countries.

The leading Russian practitioners of the Department of Speech Therapy and Communication Technologies as well as specialists from Norway, Sweden, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Belarus, etc. from foreign universities will be involved in the program.

Programme manager:
Mikhail A. Krasnoborov,

PhD in Sociology, Associate Professor
Educational Program for Foreign Students
"World Arts"
Level of education:
Master's degree
Form of study:
full-time
Years of education:
2 years
Form of study:
English
Programme overview:
The Master's programme "World Arts" considers fundamental aspects of classical and contemporary art, as well as develops practical skills in working with artworks. The combination of theoretical and practical knowledge carried out within the framework of this programme, opens up the opportunity to work in museums and art galleries, and to implement the experience gained in practice, for example by conducting educational art projects.

The programme includes both historical and theoretical studies, and fieldwork in the cultural space of Perm, in collaboration with Perm museums, galleries and theaters, as well as with active participation in international festivals of Perm Krai ("Flahertiana", "Perm Period. New Time", "Камwa", "Call of Parma", etc.). The learning process emphasizes the importance of art and the experience it brings for a modern person in the context of intercultural interaction. The Master's programme is based on courses in general English and English for specific purposes, History of Art and World Culture, Philosophy of Art, as well as courses developed by leading University scientists in Aesthetics and Art business, Modern cultural processes, Practice of interpreting works of art, and Academic writing.


The Master's programme "World Arts" assumes a high level of training for students and includes both theory and fieldwork in leading culturally oriented organizations. Our partners are:

- Perm State Art Gallery, which has a rich exhibition fund, consisting of masterpieces of Russian and Western European art (I.A. Aivazovsky, A.I. Repin, K.S. Petrov-Vodkin, N.S. Goncharova, Guido Reni, J. Jordaens, E.M. Falcone);

- PERMM Museum of Modern Art, which implements a number of projects of international level;

- Flahertiana International Documentary Film Festival, which includes screenings, discussions and meetings with film directors from around the world;

- Perm State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after P.I. Tchaikovsky, who is a laureate of numerous prizes, grand prix, etc.

The knowledge of Art criticism and Aestetic concepts gained in the process of learning can be used in the pedagogical process by implementing new methods of art education. It emphasizes possibilities of the therapeutic function of art and aesthetic experience, allowing a modern person to engage in multicultural dialogue.

Promising areas of research include:

- methodological development of the language of non-classical aesthetics;

- analysis of the cultural and anthropological matrix in the context of the implementation of the aesthetic ability of man in the modern world;

- typology of symbolic structures of modern art culture as a whole, covering the latest practices in art and a lively aesthetic perception.

Additional Educational Courses
The Head of the Polyglot-Profi Department:
Anastasia Vertyanova,

PhD in Pedagogics, Associate Professor
The Polyglot-Profi Department has been providing educational courses at PSHPU
The available courses:
1. "Foreign language Teacher" (Russian, English, German, or French)
2. "Linguist, translator" (Russian, English, German, or French)
3. "Translator in the field of professional communication" (Russian, English, German, or French)

About The Polyglot-Profi Department:

Since 1998, the Polyglot-Profi Department has been providing educational courses at Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University, which implements additional professional education courses, as well as general development courses for studying foreign languages.

Professional retraining courses include the study of general theoretical disciplines, special disciplines of a practical orientation, and practical training. These courses are intended for those who seek to increase their professional competence in the field of foreign languages and get additional qualifications that allow them to combine their special knowledge and translation or pedagogical skills according to professional interests. A diploma of professional retraining is issued to the graduates at the end of the course, which gives the right to start practice according to the qualifications received.

Also, at the Polyglot-Profi branch, everyone is given the opportunity to study foreign languages (English, German, French) based on effective teaching methods. At the end of the course, students receive a certificate confirming the level of foreign language proficiency.

The Head of the German Language Center: Anna Kantsur,
PhD in Pedagogics, Associate Professor
The German language centre
Our services:
1. We organize and hold international exams – Goethe Zertifikat A 2, Goethe Zertifikat B 1, Goethe Zertifikat B 2, Goethe Test Pro;
2. We organize and hold preparatory courses for passing Goethe Zertifikat A 2, B 1, B 2 exams;
3. We organize and hold German language courses at levels A 1, A 2, B 1, B 2.

About The German language centre:

The German language centre of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University is an official partner of the German cultural centre named after Goethe (Moscow) in the field of youth exams.

We are the only certified examination center of Goethe Institute in Perm Krai.

Currently we there are 9 members of teaching staff in our team, three of them are methodologists and animators of the German Cultural Center named after Goethe (Moscow). The center has 5 certified examiners of the Goethe German Cultural Center (Munich, Germany). All teachers are constantly participating in further training courses.

The Head of the Polyglot-Profi Department:
Anastasia Vertyanova,

PhD in Pedagogics, Associate Professor
Russian as a foreign language
The programme allows you to:
1. get sufficient training in all aspects of the Russian language,
2. gain confidence in communication in Russian in a wide variety of situations,
3. take an active part in the public life of the University,
4. lay a solid foundation of language proficiency for further development.

The Polyglot-Profi Educational Center allows learning Russian from the very basis or from any level for those who need conversational skills for education, work or leisure. Studying Russian in a linguistic environment provides a number of undeniable advantages, as it allows you to apply the rules you study and develop communication skills in practice every day.

Classes are taught by teachers with experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language. Thanks to special teaching methods of teaching Russian and an individual approach, learning becomes interesting and comfortable. Different duration and intensity of classes are offered.

The program of each lesson includes Reading, Writing, and Listening practice. 85% of class time is devoted to developing speaking skills.

In our classes, students together with their teachers and under their control:
· participate in the learning process,
· compare the grammar of the Russian language with the rules of their native language,
· identify the patterns and logic of building Russian speech,
· practice speaking.
Migration Issues
Documents that you must always have with you
1. National passport with a valid visa.
2. A migration card with a mark that the boarder has been crossed.
3. The tear-off part of the notification form on arrival in the Russian Federation with a mark of the local body of the Federal Migration Service on registration for migration registration.

You must present these documents to law enforcement officials (police) every time when checking documents.

Departure from the Russian Federation and its next entry
For visa countries:

If you did not apply for a multiple entry visa and left the Russian Federation, you can enter Russia again only with a new single entry visa. Before departure, you must inform the International Department of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University about your departure. After entering Russia, you will need to register for an initial migration account, as described in the section "Entering the Russian Federation and registering for primary migration registration".

If you have already issued a multiple-entry visa, then when you return to Russia (for example, after the holidays), you will need to come to the International Department of the University immediately within one working day and submit all the necessary documents for migration registration on the period when the visa is valid.

Documents you need to have with you:
1. Passport.
2. A copy of all pages of an identity document (passport).
3. The original migration card with a mark that the boarder has been crossed.
4. A copy of the migration card with a mark that the boarder has been crossed.

The loss of passport, arrival notification form or migration card

If you have lost your passport, arrival notification form and / or migration card or if some of the documents was stolen, do not worry, they can be restored.

• If you have lost your passport (or if it has been stolen)
First you should contact the police department and get a certificate that the documents have been lost (stolen).
After that, a new identity document (passport) will be issued to you at the Embassy of your country.
After you receive a new passport, you will need to submit it to the International Department of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University together with the necessary documents for further visa application and a new form for notification of the arrival of a foreign citizen.

• If you have lost an arrival notification form and / or migration card (or if it has been stolen)
you should contact the International Department of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University and fill in an application to restore the documents.

Responsibility and punishment for violation of the rules of entry or stay
If you:

• arrived in Russia in violation of the procedure for crossing the state border of the Russian Federation,
• did not register at the place of stay on time,
• did not leave at the end of the permitted period of stay in the Russian Federation,
• work illegally,
• reported inaccurate or false information about yourself when performing migration registration,

then in accordance with Art. 25.10 of Federal Law № 114 "On the Procedure for Departure from the Russian Federation and Entry into the Russian Federation" (1996), you can be found guilty for staying on the territory of the Russian Federation illegally. You bear personal responsibility in accordance with the Code on Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (Art.: 18.8.1, 18.8.2, 18.10, 19.27.1). You can get a fine in the amount of up to 5000 rubles.

Entry into the Russian Federation and primary migration registration of foreign students who arrived in Russia in accordance with a visa permit
To enter the Russian Federation you must present a valid document proving your identity, which is recognized by our country as such (usually a passport), and a visa.

The purpose of your visit (training) must correspond to the type of visa issued to you.

When crossing the state border of the Russian Federation, you should receive a migration card form.

All foreign citizens entering our country must be registered with the migration authorities. We will not be able to put you on the migration register unless you present a migration card with a mark from the border control authority on crossing the state border of the Russian Federation.

As soon as you arrived at the University, immediately, within one working day, you need to come:

• to the International Department (4th floor, Office A-411, 42 Pushkin St., Perm) and submit all the necessary documents for registration on the primary migration registration.

Very important!

When processing documents, all information must fully comply with what is written in the visa.

Documents that you need to have with you for registration for primary migration registration:
1. Passport.
2. Copy of passport - ALL PAGES!
3. Copy of a single entry visa.
4. The original migration card with a mark that the boarder has been crossed.
5. Copy of the migration card with a mark on crossing the border.
6. Application of a standard form for registration with a migration account.

After you entered the migration registration, you can stay in the Russian Federation for as long as the single-entry visa issued to you is valid. Without waiting for the end of its validity, you need to extend your stay and apply for a multiple visa 1 month before the end of the previous one.

If you have no reason to extend the period of stay, then you must leave the Russian Federation when the period of stay permitted for you expires.

Multiple entry visa and extension of stay in the Russian Federation
A multiple entry visa and an extension of stay up to 1 year is issued if you have an education contract together with an order for admission to study or transfer to the next year.

To apply for a multiple entry visa and extend your stay, you need to contact the International Department of Perm State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University and provide the following documents:

1. Passport
2. Copies of all pages of the passport.
3. A completed visa application form.
4. Original visa.
5. A copy of the visa.
6. Original migration card.
7. Copy of the migration card.
8. Copy of the order or an extract from the order on admission, transfer, retraining, etc.
9. Copy of the contract for education.
10. Receipt of payment for obtaining a multiple entry visa.
11. Two photographs (3x4 cm) on matte paper (color or black and white).
12. Completed arrival notification form.
13. Application and renewal of registration of a standard form.
14. The original of the tear-off part of the notification form with the stamp of the Federal Migration Service on registration for migration registration.
15. A copy of the tear-off part of the notification form with the Federal Migration Service stamp on registration with the migration register.

Talking About Russia and Perm
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11 reasons to visit Russia
Top-10 places to visit in Perm
Lake Baikal
Baikal is the whole world inhabited by thousands of birds, animals, plants, fish and microorganisms, which cannot be found in any other place in the world. The lake is as big as the territory of Belgium. You need four months to get around it with a normal walking speed.
Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka
Our managers are always ready to answer your questions. You can call us at the weekends and at night.
Chukotka
There are neither transport nor railways in Chukotka. This place remains a paradise with untouched nature, endlessly long Arctic storms and severe frosts coming from the northern part of the Pacific Ocean, and all who saw it say that this is the most magnificent experience in life.
Mir Mine
The formerly open diamond mine is located in Siberia. It is so large that helicopters are not allowed to fly over it because of the danger of air flow over the mine. The Mir Mine is the second largest excavated pit on earth. The mine produces more than 10 million carats annually.
Kizhi Island
Kizhi Island is worth visiting because it is protected by UNESCO. Its beauty is simply breathtaking. This island has become a monument of medieval wooden architecture In Russia.
The Urals
The Urals is a region with one of the oldest mountain systems in the world. This is a paradise for the fans of paranormal phenomena because of the countless legends about UFOs and the history of the deceased Dyatlov group. The causes of their death are still being investigated.
Two capitals
Incredibly different, but equally attractive, these cities often complement each other. St. Petersburg is called the cultural capital of Russia. Moscow is the largest European city with the deepest underground, the largest Orthodox church and the largest university building in the world.
The Golden Ring
The so called "Golden Ring" is situated near Moscow. It is a wonderful place for everyone who is fond of history, and for those who want to learn more about the ancient Slavic roots of Russia.
Ai-Petri, Crimea
Ai-Petri is one of the most famous mountains in Crimea. The suspension bridges stretched across the mountain chain at an altitude of 1,234 meters above the ground are the most frightening and impressive on the peninsula.
Altai region
Mountains, lakes, and green meadows of Altai are often compared with the nature of the Alps. Despite the remoteness, this part of Russia is visited by many foreign tourists.
Kazan
Kazan is a unique place connecting Orthodox and Muslim cultures. The Kazan Kremlin is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Manpupuner Rock Formations
The Manpupuner Rock Formations is a collection of seven gigantic, oddly-shaped pillars standing up on a flat landscape, with no apparent origin and for no apparent reason. They're like Russia's Stonehenge or its Easter Island Heads.
According to Forbes, Perm is the city where one can relax in a European way. The list includes 10 attractions where you can feel a special cultural atmosphere.
Perm State Art Gallery
The cultural center of the city. The collection includes about 50 thousand works of art. The most famous exposition is a wooden sculpture, also called "Perm gods."
The PERMM Museum of Modern Art
Is the first and so far the only Russian State Museum of Modern Art outside the central part of the country. The museum is famous for its extravagant exhibitions and a rich collection.
Perm Art Residence
There are neither transport nor railways in Chukotka. This place remains a paradise with untouched nature, endlessly long Arctic storms and severe frosts coming from the northern part of the Pacific Ocean, and all who saw it say that this is the most magnificent experience in life.
The House of Gribushin
It is believed that the House of Gribushin, built in 1907 in the Art Nouveau style, was mentioned by Boris Pasternak in the novel "Doctor Zhivago". The author called it "the house with figures." Perm citizens call it "a house with angels" because of jewelry, stucco moldings and bright bas-reliefs in the form of female heads.
the Planetarium
One can admire the picturesque view of the "urban jungle" of Perm at the observation deck near the Planetarium. It overlooks the valley of the Egoshikha River, forests within the city, the Perm Gallery and the Kama River.
Motovilihinsky Plant
Motovilihinsky Plant is famous for producing weaponry for the Russian army. The world famous "Tsar Cannon", cast in 1868, artillery and howitzers from the Great Patriotic War were produced there and it still works.
Sergey Diagilev
Sergey Diagilev, a famous and respected person in the sphere of theater and art, lived on the corner of Sibirskaya and Pushkin streets in Perm where he spent his childhood and youth. A famous Perm gymnasium is located there now.
Selenite room
The only selenite room in the world, the new calling card of Perm Krai, was opened in Perm quite recently, but has already managed to attract the attention of the city residents. The author of the project was the famous Perm stone-cutter Anatoly Ivanov.
The Perm Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre
The Perm Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Tchaikovsky is the only theatre in Russia where all the stage works of the great composer were staged. And in a cozy park near the building there is a fountain, restored according to the drawings of the beginning of the last century.
Permyak Salty Ears
The so called "Permyak Salty Ears" is one of the most favourite monuments of people who stay in the city. The name of the monument comes after the traditional nickname of the inhabitants of Perm Krai. According to the legend, it is associated with salt production, widespread in the region.
Contact us
For more information, please contact Department for International Affairs:

Address: Perm State Humanitarian Pedagogical University
Russia, 614000, Perm
Pushkin St, 42, Room A-411

E-mail: cis-edu@pspu.ru

Tel: +7 (342) 215-18-52 (add 502)
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