About the university:

The Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, also known as BSUIR is a public Higher Education Institution accredited by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus. Nowadays it is a large educational and scientific complex in Minsk, Belarus. BSUIR was founded on March 15, 1964, and plays a leading role in preparing its students in the fields of computer science, radioelectronics and telecommunications in Belarus.

Over 50,000 engineers and 1,000 Ph.D. and Sc. Ds, successfully working in the most science-intensive fields of the Belarus economy, have graduated from the university. BSUIR employs 2 academicians and 2 corresponding members of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 301 Professors, and 317 Doctors of Science. Circa 17,000 students are taking courses out of 108 degree and non-degree programs; over 500 are foreign students.

The University is made of 10 faculties, 38 chairs; Institute for Professional Development and Retraining of Top Managers and Specialists in Information Technologies and Radioelectronics (Institute of Information Technologies); R&D Unit. Educational process is supported by:

27 branches of academic departments at enterprises;

176 educational and research labs;

33 joints educational, research and production labs;

8 certified educational centres established in cooperation with such world leading companies as Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, National Instruments, INTES, SAP, NVIDIA, Forte Knowledge.

Academic licenses granted by the university and Offering Programs


Faculty of Computer-Aided Design

 Faculty of Information Technologies and Control

 Faculty of Radio engineering and Electronics

 Faculty of Computer Systems and Networks

 Faculty of Info communications

 Faculty of Engineering and Economics

Military Faculty

Faculty of Pre-University Preparation and Occupational Guidance

Institute of Information Technologies

Center for the Development of Distance Education

The training of scientists is conducted in graduate and doctoral courses in 23 fields. There are four Interdepartmental Specialized Scientific Councils for presenting theses for Doctor of Science and Ph.D. degrees. Institutes of advanced and conversion training of management and specialists in information technologies and radioelectronics (the Institute of Information Technologies, or ITT) was established in BSUIR.

Due to the importance of mastering multiple languages, two departments teach English, French, German and Spanish. Original and modern methods of teaching foreign languages are employed, with an emphasis on understanding and translating scientific and technical literature. Students from other cities (and abroad) lodge at the residence halls, which have a capacity of 2,100. The dormitories are in central Minsk.

The university prepares its engineering staff in 22 disciplines in the fields of computer facilities, computer science, radio engineering, microelectronics, telecommunications automated systems, artificial intelligence, automatic control, electronic apparatus and construction, medical electronics, and economics. About 9,000 students are engaged in daytime, evening, and correspondence training in 18 of 36 departments, including foreign students.

Admission and Requirements

How to Apply? We are glad that you are willing to apply for one of over 100 Russian and English-medium study programmes that are offered at the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. The Admissions Office seeks to enroll students who have the potential to thrive in our community and who possess the qualities and attributes the university seeks to build an effective and dynamic learning community. You can expect to have a response from us approximately 3 days after you have submitted your application and all other required information. We will not review your application until all required information has been received.

Admission requirements Foreign citizens need to prove the following level of education when applying for degree courses at the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics:

– basic education corresponding to the level of general secondary education in Belarus, to apply for a first degree course
– Bachelor of Science degree to apply for one of the University’s Master programmes
– Bachelor & Master of Science degree to apply for a Ph.D. programme

  Admission 2022

Application deadlines

Foundation Year all year round 1st Degree & Master’s October 1-st, 2022 PhD & Postdoc all year round

Next admission interview dates

From August, 25-th till October, 15-th

BSUIR: HANDBOOK FOR APPLICANTS More information can be found in the University’s official 30-page illustrated guide for prospective international students. It provides a deep insight into: Why choose BSUIR?FAQ for international studentsFinancial conditionsFull list of first degree, Master’s & PhD programmes by faculties and majorsInformation on Foundation YearStudying in EnglishApplication procedures, documents & entry requirementsWhere is Belarus & how to get hereMust-Do’s upon arrival Download  BSUIR Handbook for Applicants  

How to submit application documents? To apply for studies in BSUIR international applicants shall submit to the Admissions Office (csd@bsuir.by) the following documents:
1. Filled-in application form (please download below)
2. Copy of the educational certificate stating all studied subjects and corresponding marks
3. Copy of the birth certificate, passport or other identity document
4. Bank statement to prove the applicant’s financial sustainability (applicable for nationals of African and Arabian countries)

Download Application Form

Admission to BSUIR is selective; the Admissions Office examines the applications thoroughly. Shortlisted applicants will be e-mailed the letter of invitation (visa letter) and guided on the next steps to be taken to enroll into BSUIR. Please note that the letter of invitation (visa letter) is issued free of charge.

The procedure of enrollment of foreign citizens for training at the BSUIR according to the chosen specialty is carried out by International Client Support Department:


+375 17 293 89 74
+375 17 293 23 33

Fees structure and details

Tuition & Fees








– Accommodation (the University dormitory): ~50 USD per month

– Compulsory primary medical examination in the Minsk Student Clinic No. 33 (~100 USD)

– Annual medical examination (during the next years of study) (100 USD)

– Compulsory health insurance for medical aid in insurable events (170 EUR per year)

– Passport registration at the Minsk Migration and Citizenship Body: ~55 USD per year

– Living costs: 300+ USD per month


You may choose out of two options to pay the tuition fees:

1. in cash

Tuition fees may be paid at Belarusbank against the bill, which is issued upon personal request by the International Students Office. The payment shall be made in the national currency (BYN, Belarusian Ruble)

2. via bank transfer

Tuition fees may be paid in USD via bank transfer from abroad against the following bank account:

Payment to:

Belarusian State University  of Informatics and Radioelectronics

University address:  P.Brovki street 6, Minsk, 220013, Belarus

Fax: +375 17 2932333

E-mail: csd@bsuir.by

Beneficiary, addressBelarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics Minsk, 220013, the Republic of Belarus 6, P. Brovki str. +375 17 293 89 74, +375 17 293 23 33
Beneficiary’s Bank name and addressPRIORBANK, MINSK, REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
Beneficiary Account Number (USD)No. BY08 PJCB 3632 0000 0010 3900 0840 (USD) SWIFT PJCBBY2X UNP 100 363 945
Correspondent bank name and Account NumberACС. 36089449 CITIBANK NA, NEW YORK USA SWIFT CITIUS33
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