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At Tomsk International Science Program, we offer a completely new educational approach to natural sciences. Our four-year bachelor’s program gives you the freedom to choose your own curriculum from a wide variety of courses. No need to pin yourself down to a predefined program or force a curriculum decision if you are still undecided. You select your own set of courses each semester, while becoming familiar with your options. Your dedicated academic advisor will match curricular offerings with your particular needs and ambitions.

With our teaching methods Problem-Based Learning and Research-Based Learning you work in small groups in close interaction with fellow students and a tutor, solving real life academic problems. You learn how to think as an academic and how to work as a professional, providing you with a solid basis for the labour market. Your active participation determines the way you expand your knowledge and develop your skills. Learn from doing and get your essential hands-on experience in our modern and fully equipped laboratories.

We offer a bachelor's programme that is taught entirely in English. With staff and students from all over the world, we are proud of the international community at Tomsk International Science Program.


634050, Russia, Tomsk, 36, Lenin Ave., office 201

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Call us: 3(822)-526-359



We offer you a challenging learning environment with small and interactive group sessions as distinctive characteristic. In both your studies and your future career you will need more than a load of information, you need to be able to transfer and apply your knowledge. Through Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Research-Based Learning (RBL) you are encouraged to explore the material yourself and to apply your knowledge to real and hypothetical cases.

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Student Projects

We offer you an inspirational environment for your research, practicals and projects, enabling you to experience science at its best. You will find it more rewarding to seek your own answers than to search for what others previously published. 




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Student Handbook

The Student Handbook 2019-2020 of Tomsk International Science Program (in short: TISP) is a condensed guide providing you with essential information on academic procedures and other issues related to your studies at TISP. Additional information and updates will be made available to students during the academic year.

International Experts of the Program

Herman Kingma (the Netherlands)
 Thomas  Cleij
(the Netherlands)
Terence Vincent
Callaghan (the UK)
Jos Prickaerts
(the Netherlands)
Emeritus Professor at Maastricht University, The Netherlands, appointed for vestibular research. Prof. Kingma developed the first human vestibular implant in the world. 
Dean, Faculty of Natural and Engineering Sciences, Maastricht University. Pfor. Kley  heads the Maastricht Science program at the Maastricht University
Honored Research Professor and member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Nobel Peace Prize laureate. In 2017, after 50 years of Arctic research, Prof. Callaghan was awarded the International Arctic Science Committee Medal for ‘outstanding contributions to international Arctic science collaboration’
Scientist from academia and pharmaceutical industry (e.g. Johnson and Johnson PRD). Prof. Prickaerts collaborates with pharmaceutical companies to develop and test new drugs for memory

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Exchange students

The Centre for joint academic programs at Tomsk State University is responsible for all incoming and outgoing exchange students.
TISP students who wish to participate in this program can find more information here.
Students who wish to study at TISP for a semester as an exchange student can find more information here.



  • Problem-Based learning
  • Research based learning
  • Open curriculum
  • Academic Advisor
  • International staff



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  • How to apply
  • Admission requirements
  • Selection process




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Courses and curriculum

Choose and combine courses from:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Neurosciences
  • Interdisciplinary courses

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