Voronezh State University (VSU) is one of the largest and oldest scientific and educational centres of Russia. It was founded in 1918. The structure of VSU academic departments includes 18 faculties, 5 research institutes, 14 joint laboratories with the Russian Academy of Sciences. About 21,000 students including 1000 foreign students study at VSU. International students are taught and guided by the Institute of International Education. At present VSU is actively modernising its academic models in line with the principles of the Bologna process. The university extensively uses teaching quality management and student academic progress monitoring. Innovative teaching technologies are widely used at VSU. Long-term educational and scientific international cooperation is based upon direct agreements with 140 universities and research institutes of the world. It has participated in a number of projects of European programmes including 11 TEMPUS projects since 1994, Erasmus Mundus project, 10 Erasmus+ projects.