Khabarovsk is for those advanced Russian speakers looking to explore the cultures of Russia's native peoples. Students from twenty different native groups regularly attend FSUH, meaning that the varied people and cultures you are studying literally surround you. While the city speaks almost no English, and the people are known for being friendly and generally willing to share their cultures with people who are genuinely interested in experiencing them.
Location FSUH is in the center of the city, across the street from a park.
Campus/Student Life Because native English speakers are few and far between, you’ll likely be integrated into the community fairly quickly if you are open to it.
Dorm Details The dorms are on campus. Expect to have a roommate. The rooms are divided into sections. Each section consists of two rooms (one 2-person room and one 3-person room), which share shower and bathroom facilities. Rooms contain desks, beds, and wardrobes. Linen and towels are provided. Each floor has shared kitchens and a laundry room. Internet options can be found in our Guide to Electronics in Russia.
Home Stay For a more immersive experience (and additional cost), our more adventurous students often elect to stay in a Russian home. It's not for everyone, but it is an experience! Limited availability.
SRAS Support at FSUH This section coming soon.
University Facilities Laundry facilities are available. University has a Student Internet Center on campus
Campus/Near-Campus Food The main cafeteria is located in the 6th korpus at 36 Studencheskii Pereulok on the ground floor. You'll likely not want to eat there everyday, but it is a good way to lighten your expenses. It's open from 9am to 4pm. There is also a small café called "Vintage" in the 4th korpus (68 Karla Marksa) that stays open until 1am. There is a western-style mall called "NK-Citi" at 76 Karla Marksa that has several fast food outlets including a Baskin Robins.