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List Of Forestry Universities And Colleges - Europe - Russia
... Faculty of Forestry, Arkhangelsk State Technical University Forest Faculty, Moscow State Forest University Research Institute of Forest Genetics and Plant Breeding, Voronezh Saint Petersburg ...
List Of Institutions Of Higher Learning In Russia - Higher Educational Institutions
... Academic Law University of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences Academy of State Fire-Prevention Service of the MIA of Russia Academy of the National Economy attached to the ... Petersburg State Medical University Penza Institute of Technology – Branch of Penza State University Penza State Technical University Penza State University Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (1960 ... Petersburg The Perm State Institute of Art and Culture Perm branch of Higher school of economics Petersburg State University of Communication Petrozavodsk ...
Siberian State Technological University
... Siberian State Technological University is the oldest university in Krasnoyarsk, Russia ... renamed 1933), Siberian Technological Institute (Сибирский технологический институт) (renamed 1958), Krasnoyarsk State ...

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