Established: 1932 St. Petersburg
Budyonny Military Academy of Communications was created in 1932 in Leningrad. It is named after Semyon Budyonny. It trains the Russian military's future signals and communications experts.OFFICIAL WEBSITE »
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- Established: 1956 St. Petersburg
The Military Academy of Materiel and Technical Security was created in 1918 in Leningrad. It trains officers and NCO's for the various Armed Forces rear services and the Army Transportation Force, a part of the rear ...
- Established: 1932 Moscow
Moscow Border Guards Superior College is one of the oldest military educational institutions of Russian broder service. It provides teaching programmes of upper-higher, higher and intermediate professional education. The college prepares officers and warrant officers in the ...
- Established: 1827 St. Petersburg
The N.G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy located in Saint Petersburg is the only academy of the Russian Navy. In 1827 Admiral Ivan Kruzenshtern initiated an Officers' Class at the Naval Cadet Corps. In 1862 the Class was ...
- Established: 1832 Moscow
Previous names include: Marshal Voroshilov Military Academy of the WPRA General Staff; General Staff of the Armed Forces of the USSR; General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation In 1936 Leonid Govorov founded ...
- Established: 1933 St. Petersburg
Alexander Popov Naval Radio-electronic Academy is a branch of N. G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy. It prepares commissioned staff in the following departments: radio engineering; automated management systems; tactic information command systems; hydroacoustic; automated management systems of mathematical support; moral and psychological support ...
- Established: 1969 Kaliningrad
Baltic Naval Institute is a state higher educational establishment, subordinate to the Ministry of Defence. It has three brunches: radio engineering; facilities of communication with moving crafts; management-information system.