Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas

The Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (Russian: Российский государственный университет нефти и газа имени И. М. Губкина) is a public university in Moscow, Russia. The university was founded in 1930 and is named after the geologist Ivan Gubkin. The university is colloquially known as Kerosinka (Russian: Керосинка), meaning 'kerosene stove'.

Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Росси́йский госуда́рственный университе́т не́фти и га́за и́мени И. М. Гу́бкина
TypePublic
Established17 April 1930
PresidentAlbert Ilyich Vladimirov
RectorViktor Georgievich Martynov
Students11000
Postgraduates500
Address
Leninski Prospect 65
, ,
55.692028°N 37.555325°E / 55.692028; 37.555325
CampusUrban
Websitehttp://gubkin.ru

During the Soviet period, the university, along with the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering, was known for admitting students of Jewish origin while other universities unofficially barred Jewish students.

Affiliates of the Gubkin institute exist in Orenburg and Tashkent (Uzbekistan).


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