The total annual number of students at the university does not exceed 5,000. The Supreme Advisory Board must unanimously approve any increases above this limit.
The university is equipped with the most advanced tools and laboratories.
The campus enjoys self-sufficiency with a real scientific environment to encourage the exchange of ideas and scholarly discourse. Given its independent and nonprofit status, the university policy is guided by merit-based admission, with financial aid provided to students with limited means. The university is intent on preserving our country's national culture and values while cultivating a forward-thinking outlook on the world.
The basic academic structure includes both undergraduate and graduate programs with a versatile and multidisciplinary approach.