Information about the Institute
Kazan State Institute of Culture was established in 1969 as a branch of the Leningrad Institute of Culture. In 1974 the status of the institute was changed and it became an independent Kazan Institute of Culture. In 1991 the institute was renamed to the Institute of Culture and Arts. In May 1995 it took the title of Academy and from the 4th
of July 2002 till 2015 it had University status. It officially became the Кazan State Institute of Culture in 2015.
Nowadays Kazan State Institute of Culture is a dynamically developing leading regional centre of culture, science, education and arts. It combines deep special knowledge with a fundamental classical base and new educational technologies.
KazGIK is a progressively developing institute of higher education, which easily adapts to modern social and economical and social and political conditions, playing a more active integrative role in regional, federal and international educational space.
The founder of the Institute is the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
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