Aims and scope
Ryazan State University named for S. A. Yesenin is a leading higher education institution in the Ryazan Region. Iе is the oldest higher education institution in the region, a successor of the first Women’s Pedagogical Institute in Russia, which was founded in December 1915.
Nowadays, 8 faculties and 3 institutes of the university provide knowledge to 8 thousand students. The university has more than 400 academic personnel. Among the professorial staff there are members of International Academies, members of Russian Academies, 75 Doctors of Science and Professors, about 200 Candidates of Science and Associate Professors.
«Bulletin of Ryazan State University named for S.A.Yessenin» suitably represents scientific potential and summarized at university schools, which actively develop predecessors’ traditions on training of scientific – pedagogical staff of high qualification of natural , mathematical and humanities directions.
The editorial board of the journal traditionally seeks to support high scientific level, that’s why it takes for publishing articles which are covered actual scientific problems and contain strict argumentation, summaries and conclusions which are interesting by novelty, scientific and practical meaningfulness.
The scientific journal of Ryazan State University gives an opportunity to approve free the materials and results of dissertations researches by doctoral candidates, graduates and seekers who publish articles in “ Bulletin”.
«Bulletin of Ryazan State University named for S. A. Yessenin » comes at wide international level and regularly and fruitfully collaborates with researchers of different branches from various Russian cities. And the course of time geography of scientific collaboration and a range of constant authors are considerably widening. The scientific search mode, supported by the editorial board, communication of recognized leaders of the science of our country on the pages of the periodical promote development of scientific potential of the university, disclose the potential of science of our country’s universities