Far Eastern State Transportation University

FESTU was originally established as the Khabarovsk Institute of Railway Engineers (KhabIIZhT) on September 8th, 1937. It was the first technical college in the Soviet Far East aimed at training of qualified personnel for the railroads of the East Siberian and Far Eastern regions of Russia.

The Far Eastern State Transport University trains highly qualified specialists in the spheres of transport, energy supply, construction, management and economy. Graduates of the University design and build modern machines and equipment, control transportation process, are engaged in commercial activities in transport and provide international transportations, develop automated control and design systems and build railways, engineering structures and power supply facilities.

The University has graduate schools in 45 specialties and 12 branches of science, doctorate in 4 specialties and 3 branches of science. In recent years 6 doctoral dissertation councils for physics, philosophy, economics, psychology, pedagogy and technical sciences has been opened at the University.

Science education at FESTU is a well-structured process. It is one of the best in the Russian Far East. The University has all necessary conditions for every student who has a will for research work.

The University has graduate schools in 45 specialties and 12 branches of science, doctorate in 4 specialties and 3 branches of science. In recent years 6 doctoral dissertation councils for physics, philosophy, economics, psychology, pedagogy and technical sciences has been opened at the University.

Science education at FESTU is a well-structured process. It is one of the best in the Russian Far East. The University has all necessary conditions for every student who has a will for research work.

Facts and figures

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Year Established 1937
Total Number of Staff 1494
Number of Academic Staff 1058
Number of Students 22000
Focus Areas

Transportation

Logistics

Engineering

Ecology

Social Science