Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health is a public university located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is the oldest university in the country and the first to specialize in physical education and sports science. Founded in 1883, it is one of the leading universities in its field in Russia, offering a wide range of courses in physical education, sports science, and health. The university is home to numerous research centers and institutes, and is renowned for its research and teaching in the areas of sports medicine, biomechanics, and nutrition. The university also offers a number of international programs, including master’s and doctoral degrees.

Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health

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Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health
Национальный государственный университет физической культуры, спорта и здоровья имени П. Ф. Лесгафта
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Type state
Established 1896
President Vladimir Ageevetz
Location

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Campus Urban
Internet site http://www.lesgaft.spb.ru

The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health is a university in Saint Petersburg, Russianamed after Peter Lesgaft.

History

Its history began in 1896, when Peter Lesgaft founded a training program for physical education teachers. The university now offers 15 bachelor’s degrees including Bachelor of Physical Culture, Bachelor of adapted physical education between others. It offers 7 courses at the master’s level and 14 courses at the doctoral level. The institution was one of the first in Russia to introduce a Bachelor of Nursing course.[citation needed]

It comprises the following faculties:

  • Adaptive Physical Culture Institute
  • Institute of Sports Facilities and Industries
  • Institute of Economics and Social Technology
  • Institute of International Sports Programs
  • Institute of Health and Sports Medicine

and the following faculties:

  • College Summer Olympic Sports
  • College of Winter Olympic Sports
  • Faculty of non-Olympic sports
  • college of martial arts
  • Faculty of Economics, Management and Law
  • Faculty individual educational and sports technology
  • College of Basic Training
  • Training with faculty profile
  • Teacher training and retraining
  • Faculty training (graduate and doctoral)
  • Faculty teaching and professional practice
  • Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • preparatory college

She is also the editor of the magazine Lesgaft University Scientific Notes and the newspaper Lesgaftovets (“For physical training frames”).

sports teams

A team representing this university was runner-up in the first edition of soviet cup at the bandit in 1937.

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