Orenburg State University
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The Orenburg State University (OSU) supports distance learning for continuing education.
As sourced from the Orenburg State University web site:
Orenburg State University is one of the first educational institutions appeared in the city of Orenburg, Russia. Opened in 1955 as an evening department of the Kuibyshev Industrial University with an enrollment of 100 students, it attained the status of the Orenburg Polytechnic Institute in 1971; the Orenburg State Technical University in 1994; and finally the Orenburg State University in 1996.
It has 19 academic and professional schools, 3 research institutes, 6 regional campuses, and 5 colleges; which offer 113 undergraduate majors and 57 graduate degree programs at Candidate of Science and Doctor of Science levels. The university serves more than 43,000 students.
The OSU Night and Correspondence School, and Interdisciplinary Center for Professional Development and Retraining, offer education by correspondence.
The Orenburg State University web site is at http://www.osu.ru/doc/666