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Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Russian Federation, opens the 2008/2009 Russian Academic Year in Far Eastern National University, September 1, 2008

Andrey Fursenko, Russian Federation Minister of Education and Science, at FENU

Nikolay Bulaev, the Director of Russian Federation Educational Agency, visits the site of FENU’s future Russian Island campus, 2008


Boris Gryzlov, Chairman of the State Duma, Chairman of the Supreme Council

of United Russia, at FENU

Oleg Safonov, Plenipotentiary Representative of Russian President in the Far Eastern Federal District, at FENU


Alexiy II, Patriarch of Moscow and the Whole Russia

FENU President Vladimir Kurilov opens the ceremony for establishment of the School (Higher College) of Korean Studies, October 1995

Li Peng, then Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China, during his visit to FENU in September 2000


Yoriko Kawaguchi, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan, visiting FENU in June 2003

Kim Jong Il, Chairman, National Defense Commission, DPRK, at the ceremony of awarding him with FENU’s Honorary Doctor degree, 2005

Se Ung Lee, Chairman of Russian-Korean Friendship Society, Vladimir Kurilov, FENU President, and Gennady Eliakov, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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The modern history of Far Eastern National University (FENU) has a natural starting point, 1990, when democratic reforms in Russia began and Dr. V.I. Kurilov was elected FENU President by the FENU faculty and staff. Since then, FENU followed a long term development strategy that launched it into the class with the few Russian leading universities. Major priorities of this strategy remain the same: opening innovative educational programs based on a vision for civilization’s future development; strong support of fundamental and applied science as the basis of high quality education; special attention to research and education in natural sciences; internationalization with top tier universities and research institutions of the world; active promotion of Russian education, research, and culture; development of cutting edge IT-based resources; and protection of moral and cultural values.

В зеленой рамке:

In the 1990’s the FENU’s network of research and education centers was created by establishing several institutes that united academic schools with leading research centers and labs.

Implementation of this strategy would have been impossible without the great “internal energy” of the faculty and staff of the University. During the hard time of the 1990’s reforms, FENU successfully used many opportunities which became available when Vladivostok was opened for international relations and Russian universities got considerable autonomy. This autonomy allowed FENU to undertake various international initiatives and attract foreign investments to large scale educational and research projects. The results of these projects were decisive for further development of FENU.

In the 1990’s FENU’s network of research and education centers was created by establishing several institutes that united academic schools with leading research centers and labs. This approach required close cooperation with the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.


During the difficult times of Russian economical reforms, when many natural sciences schools and labs were closed, FENU kept opening joint subdivisions with the Russian Academy of Sciences such as the School of Physics and Technology, the Geological School, the Division of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, the Academy of Ecology, Marine Biology and Biotechnology, and many other interactive centers of education and research. These centers brought to FENU exceptional international and national grant support essential for further successful development of the University. FENU regularly establishes new institutes, combining education and research in various fields of human knowledge.

^ Chronology of establishing FENU institutes:


Institute of Oriental Studies

Institute of Local Lore Research


Institute of Business and Management

Law Institute


Vladivostok Institute of International Studies of the Pacific Rim Region

Institute of Professional Development


Institute of Pre-University Training

Institute of Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Programs

Institute of Physics and Information Technologies


Institute of International Tourism and Hospitality

Academy of Ecology, Marine Biology and Biotechnology

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Ecology

Institute of Foreign Languages

Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Environmental Sciences


Institute of History, Philosophy, and Culture

Institute of Mass Media

Institute of Russian Language and Literature


FENU Open University

Interregional Institute of Social Studies (Far East Center for Advanced Studies and Education)


Institute of Pedagogy and Education

Institute of Psychology and Social Sciences

Russian-Chinese Institute of Postgraduate Studies


Confucius Institute

Far Eastern Institute of Innovative Technologies and Quality Management


Institute of International Education and Institute of Physical Education and Sports

В рамке под благодарностью Ельцина:

In 1999 when FENU celebrated its 100 year anniversary, it was awarded a Diploma of Recognition from the President of Russian Federation.


Among many schools, centers and programs established during this period of time, the following are the most notable:


Russian-American School of International Economic Relations and Management, jointly with the University of Maryland University College; the first international dual degree program in the Russian Far East was established in this school


FENU Branch Campus at Hakodate, Japan; the first and only branch of a Russian university in Japan licensed by Japanese Government; established jointly with Japanese Government


Korean Educational Center in Vladivostok, established jointly with the Korean Ministry of Education


Japan Center in Vladivostok, established jointly with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan


School (Higher College) of Korean Studies, established with matching funding from KOHAP Group, Republic of Korea, and FENU; one of the largest foreign investments in the history of Russian higher education was involved into construction of the new School’s building


Vladivostok Center of Organized Crime Study, established jointly with Department of Justice of the United States Government


UNESCO Chair in Marine Ecology, established jointly with UNESCO Headquarters in Paris


School of Physical Education and Sports; many students and alumni of this School have won gold and silver medals in various national and international sport competitions


FENU’s research and educational project in Political Science was awarded a large credit by the Word Bank


Russian-Chinese dual degree programs in Philology and Regional Studies, established jointly with the Dalian University of Foreign Languages and Heilongjiang University


FENU Marine Biota Research and Educational Project, funded by the American Foundation for Civil Research and Development (CRDF) and by the RF Ministry of Education


Educational and Research Museum Capital Reconstruction Project was completed; Russian Federation Minister of Education Andrei Fursenko named the FENU Educational and Research Museum as the best university museum in Russia


FENU Korean Research Institute, established jointly with the Korea Foundation


Educational and Cultural Centers of Vietnam, India, Germany and France established jointly with Embassies and General Consulates of these countries


FENU Interregional Institute of Social Studies (Far East Center for Advanced Studies and Education); its establishment was funded by a large grant from the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies (USA), Carnegie Corporation, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (USA), and the Moscow Public Scientific Fund


FENU Chair of Indian Studies, established jointly with Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Center of the Embassy of India in the Russian Federation


Regional Center of the Chinese Language, established jointly with Chinese Government


Russian-Australian Dual Degree Program in International Economics and Management, established jointly with the University of Southern Queensland


Joint videoconferencing project with Waseda University, Japan; over 1,200 videoconference lessons of Russian and Japanese languages, cross-cultural communications and other subjects have been conducted in this and follow up projects


Russian-Japanese Dual Degree Program in International Relations, established jointly with Hokuriku University


Innovative Educational Program, the largest federal investment in the history of FENU; federal and matching funds of this program were used to renovate of FENU’s research equipment in Natural Sciences, establish five large educational and research centers and open educational programs unique for the Eastern Russia


Confucius Institute, established jointly with Chinese Government and Heilongjiang University, China; the first Confucius Institute in Russia


Russian-Chinese Institute of Postgraduate Studies, established jointly with the Chinese Government and Heilongjiang University, China. Only two institutes of this kind were opened in Russia according to a governmental agreement of October 2005 between Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China. The second Russian-Chinese Institute of Postgraduate Studies was opened jointly by Moscow State University and Peking University


Indonesian Educational and Cultural Center, established jointly with Indonesian Embassy in the Russian Federation


The Far Eastern Branch of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, one of two branches of this Foundation along with Saint-Petersburg Branch was opened on FENU’s main campus in Vladivostok


The first Russian Center of the Russkiy Mir Foundation in Japan at FENU Branch Campus at Hakodate, opened by the Russian Minister of International Affairs with support of Hokkaido Government and Hakodate Mayor’s Office

В рамке:

This is only a brief list of major centers and programs opened during the last 18 years. Besides FENU’s own subdivisions, the University helped to establish or develop over 40 schools and departments of Russian Studies abroad; additionally, dozens of schools and centers of Oriental Studies have been opened by FENU alumni in the Russian Far East.

The scale and level of FENU’s educational programs have changed considerably since 1990: the number of higher educational degree specialties grew by 5 times, the number of students 6 times, the number of doctoral research specialties 3 times and the number of doctoral students 20 times. According to national and international ratings of grant competition results, FENU is one of the best Russian universities and the best in select fields.

International activities of FENU changed even more dramatically since 1990. In 1990 FENU was practically isolated from the international educational society; but now FENU is the main or one of the main educational partners for China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, India and many countries of South East Asia. FENU is the only Russian member of the most prestigious university association of the Pacific Rim, the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), that unites 42 leading research universities of the region; FENU one of the founders of this association.

Among FENU’s qualitative characteristics of successful university development during these years are many exceptional national and international awards (P. 24-25).

В заключительной рамке:

FENU makes an exceptional contribution to developing competitiveness and openness of Russian economy and promotion of Russian education, research and culture in the Pacific Rim. In 2008, the Russian Federal Government has allocated large scale funding for the all-dimensional development of FENU as the 3rd federal university (P. 149-177).


FENU Honorary Doctors

Listed Chronologically from Earliest Date of Award

Se Ung Lee, Chairman, Shin-Il Corporation; Board Chairman, Shin Il Educational Foundation; President, Korea National Red Cross, Republic of Korea (1993)

In Kon Kim, Founder of Kwangju University; Chairman, Board of Directors, Kwangju University; Member of the 14th National Assembly, Republic of Korea (1994)

Chong Kuk Son, President, Kyonggi University, Republic of Korea (1994)

Ha Joseph M., Vice-President of “Nike” Company, USA (1994)

Ryuichi Kidoura, Mayor of Hakodate, Japan (1994)

Masateru Matsudaira, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Kanto International High School, Japan (1994)

Benjamin Massey, President, University of Maryland University College, USA (1995)

Vida Bandis, Executive Vice-President, University of Maryland University College, USA (1996)

Daisaku Ikeda, Founder of Soka University; President, Soka Gakkai International, Japan (1996)

Kwang-Ja Yang, President, the Margaret Pritchard College of Nursing, Republic of Korea (1996)

Jae Kyu Park, President, Kyungnam University, Republic of Korea (1997)

Hsu Hsin-liang, Chairman, Chinese Democratic Progressive Party, Taiwan (1997)

Samuel Smith, President, Washington State University, USA (1997)

Hoi-Chang Lee, Chairman, New Korea Party, Republic of Korea (1997)

Tatsuro Matsumae, President, Tokai University Educational System, Japan (1997)

Eugene Garfield, Founder and Chairman, Institute of Scientific Information, USA (1997)

Chang Chul Soo, Researcher, Marine XXI Century Institute, Republic of Korea (1998)

Choi Yong Sam, Consul General, Consulate General of Republic of Korea in Vladivostok,

Republic of Korea (1998)

Bae Hea Kyung, Founder and Chairman, International Artistic & Cultural Foundation, Republic of Korea (1998)

Chi-Hyeok Chang, Chairman, KOHAP Group, Republic of Korea (1999)

Cha Ilsuk, President, the Korea Daily News Maeil Sinmun Co Ltd., Republic of Korea (1999)

Alexy II, Patriarch of The Russian Orthodox Church (2000)

Hiroshi Inoue, Mayor of Hakodate, Japan (2000)

Young Seek Choue, Founder & Chancellor, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea (2000)

Li Peng, Chairman, Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress of China, Peoples Republic of China (2000)

Takayasu Okushima, President, Waseda University, Japan (2000)

Choong-Sik Chang, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Dankook University Foundation, Republic of Korea (2000)

Ki Woo Lee, Vice President, National Association of High School Advancement Fund, Republic of Korea (2002)

Francisco J. Ayala, Director, Bren Fellows Program, University of California, Irvine, USA (2002)

Li Tieying, Chairman, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Peoples Republic of China (2002)

Rudolph C. Hasl, Dean, School of Law, Seattle University, USA (2003)

Rhee Q Taek, Congressman, the Korean National Assembly; Member, Hannara Party, Republic of Korea (2003)

Daidoji Kosaburo, Chairman, the Michinoku Bank, Japan (2003)

Un-Chan Chung, President, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea (2004)

Kwon In Hyuk, President, Korea Foundation, Republic of Korea (2004)

Kim Jong Il, Chairman, National Defense Commission, DPRK (2005)

Yi Junqing, President, Heilongjiang University, People’s Republic of China (2005)

Zhang Xinsheng, Deputy Minister of Education, People's Republic of China (2006)

Gexi Kesai-Cizhimu, The founder and chairman of the inheritance and research center for Tibet Ten sciences, the founder and chairman of the Kecai Сenter (2007)

Zhores I. Alferov, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nobel Prize in Physics (2008)

Valentin I. Sergienko, Chairman of the Far Eastern Branch, the Russian Academy of Sciences (2008)

Charles R. Irish, Director, East Asian Legal Studies Center and Volkman-Bascom Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin, Law School, USA (2008)

Добавился новый почетный доктор:

Dr. Nicholas Heath Allen, Provost Emeritus, the University of Maryland University College (2009)


FENU Research and Academic Museum



Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Andrey A. Fursenko visited FENU’s Museum of Science in 2006 and proclaimed it to be the best university museum in Russia.

В зеленой рамке:

FENU’s Museum of Science contains over 8 thousand exhibits including the Museums of History, Zoology, Archeology and Ethnography, Rare Book, and botanical collections.

^ The FENU History Museum displays cover the centennial history of the Far Eastern National University dating back to the Institute of Oriental Studies in 1899.


The Rare Book Museum contains books published in the 16th - 18th centuries in Russian Orthodox Church Slavonic, Latin, Italian, Greek, French, German and other languages. Its collections include works by French philosophers Voltaire, Jean-Jacque Rousseau, Montesquieu (Prince M.S. Vorontsov’s collection), pre-revolutionary books about China, Japan, and Korea, and rare lifetime editions of Russian classical authors Denis Fonvizin, Gavrila Derzhavin, Alexander Pushkin, Nikolai Karamzin, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alexander Gerzen, Nikolai Chernyshevsky, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov.

The Museum of Archeology and Ethnography has collections of Old Stone Age (Paleolithic) tools, ceramics and bone-made crafts of New Stone Age (Neolithic), various artifacts of Bronze Age and Middle Ages showing the unique history of the peoples that lived in the Far East long ago. Ethnography halls also present cultural exhibits of Primorsky Krai natives as well as cultural exhibits from China, Korea, and Japan.

Unique exhibits of Zoology Museum display a variety of fauna: corals, shellfish, insects, mammals, and birds.

Museum personnel are actively involved in research and participate in Russian and international scientific conferences. In the immediate future the Museum will complete electronic cataloging and reformatting of all rare book copies on to electronic media.

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