Dormitories

All international students at MIPT are provided by accomodation. Phystech Schools are responsible for accomodation of scholarship students, the International Department is responsible for accomodation of contract students of English-taught programs.

Students can fill the Accomodation form with their preferences in the Personal Account. Persons responsible for accomodation in your Phystech School will take this form into account when they choose a room for you. Not all preferences will be met, it depends on accomodation rules of your Phystech School and number of vacant places.

Contacts of persons responsible for the accomodation in your Phystech School.
Instruction "How to fill the Accomodation form".

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Dormitory 1 is a four-story corridor-type building located right across the MIPT campus. There are 35 rooms, two toilets and two washrooms with lines for drying clothes on each floor. There are also 2 kitchens, equipped with a table, two electric stoves with ovens on each floor. There are two shower rooms (one for men and one for women), a study room, a small gym, a club for gatherings and a laundry room with five washing machines. A public printer is available on the second floor.

This dormitory houses freshman, sophomore, and junior students of the Phystech School of Radio Engineering and Computer Technology.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.
VK group of the dormitory №1
Dormitory services

Address: 34/5, Pervomayskaya ulitsa, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, 141700, Russian Federation.

Dormitory 2 is a four-story corridor-type building. Each floor is provided with the essential facilities such as toilets, washrooms with drying lines and a kitchens, eqiupped with electric stoves, ovens, and a table. There are two shower rooms (one for men and one for women) on the first floor, a laundry room equipped with 5 washing machines, a gym, a spacious study room and a club for gatherings in the building.


This dormitory houses freshman, sophomore, and junior students of the Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.
Dormitory services

Address: 32 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 3 is a five-story corridor-type building. The student club “Romantics” where various events are held is on the first floor, along with a canteen, a laundry equipped with 5 washing machines and a drying area, a gym, two shower rooms (one for men and one for women) and other utility spaces. From the second floor up, the building houses residential rooms for students. Shared kitchens and restrooms are available on every floor. There is a study room on the third floor.


This dormitory houses freshman, sophomore, and junior students of the Phystech School of Aerospace Technology.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.

Dormitory services

Address: 30 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 3, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 4 is a four-story corridor-type building. Each floor provides accommodation for students and has toilets, washrooms with drying lines and kitchens, equipped with 2 stoves with ovens, two tables and a sink. The first floor contains two shower rooms, a room for gatherings, a public printer and a study room, which is also used for Russian language classes. A laundry room is available on the fourth floor equipped with 4 washing machines and drying lines, appointments can be booked online, using the QR-code on the door.


This dormitory houses mostly international students of different Phystech Schools and Preparatory Department.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.

Address: 25 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 4, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 6 is a five-story corridor-type building. Each floor has kitchens, equipped with 2 stoves, a table and a sink, toilets, and washrooms, provided with mirrors and sockets. There are also a student club, a canteen, a small gym, a laundry, equipped with 6 machines, a soundproofed study room, and a student-managed coffee shop in the dormitory. Public printers are available on the first floor.

This dormitory houses freshman, sophomore and junior students of the Landau Phystech School of Physics and Research.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.

Laundry services

Address: 21A Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 7 is a five-story corridor-type building. On each floor there are two kitchens with electric stoves, tables and a sink, as well as a bathroom at one end of the corridor, which includes a toilet and a washroom. The building also houses a club, a canteen, a gym, a study room and a laundry room with three washing machines and two dryers. Public printers are available on the 3rd floor.


This dormitory is home to students of the Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.

Accommodation fee: 1,187 rubles per month.

Laundry services

Address: 30 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 7, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 8 is a nine-story block-type building. On each floor there are 6 residential which contain two rooms for four people and two rooms for two people, with one common bathroom in each block. Each floor has two kitchens, as well as special rooms various purposes: a gym, reading rooms, washing machines, a guest room, meeting rooms. Also on the first floor there is a storage room, a male and female shower, and a club. On the 4th floor there is a buffet. Two public printers are present in the dorm.

This dormitory provides accommodation for students of the Phystech School of Biological and Medical Physics and the Phystech School of Electronics, Photonics and Molecular Physics.

Accommodation fee: 1,271 rubles per month.
Dormitory services

Address: 30 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 1, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 9 is a 17-story apartment-type building. Each floor except the first contains two one-room and two two-room apartments. The apartments have separate restrooms, showers, and kitchens. There are public printers on the first floor of each entrance.

This dormitory primarily houses doctoral, graduate, and senior students.

Accommodation fee: 1,334 rubles per month.

Address: 28A Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 10 is a 17-story apartment-type building. Each floor except the first contains two one-room apartments for four people each and two two-room apartments for six people each. Every apartment has its own restroom, a shower, and a kitchen.


This dormitory houses MIPT staff. There are guest rooms for participants of different events at the first entrance.

Address: 32 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 4, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

Dormitory 11 is a 15-story apartment-type building. Each floor except the first contains two one-room apartments for four people and two two-room apartments for six people. The apartments have their own restrooms, showers, and kitchens. There are public printers on the first floor of each entrance.

This dormitory primarily houses doctoral, graduate, and senior students.

Accommodation fee: 1,334 rubles per month

Dormitory services

Address: 32 Pervomayskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 3, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141700

The Zhukovsky Dormitory is a five-story apartment-type building. Each apartment accommodates from one to four people and has a restroom and a kitchen, as well as internet access. There are shower rooms on the first floor. A laundry and a study room are also available.

This dormitory houses freshman, sophomore, and junior students of the Phystech School of Aerospace Technology.

Accommodation fee: 919 rubles per month.

Address: 20 Gagarina Ulitsa, Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, Russia 140180

The Zyuzino dormitory is a 15-story block-type building. Each block contains a room for two people, a room for three people, a restroom, and a shower. There are shared kitchens on each floor. What makes the Zyuzino dormitory special is its location: It is situated in Moscow.

Unlike the other dorms, this one is well within the city limits, so it houses graduate students who are in a better position to take advantage of the location since they study and work at nearby affiliated organizations.

Accommodation fee: 1,397 rubles per month.
Laundry services

Address: 1А Kerchenskaya Ulitsa, Bldg 1, Moscow, Russia 117303. Metro: Sevastopolskaya.

Main excerpts from the MIPT Student Dormitory Regulations:

1. General provisions
1.3. The MIPT Student Dormitory (hereinafter referred to as the Dormitory) is intended for temporary residence and accommodation of the following categories of full-time students on the main educational programs of higher education for the period of study: · nonresident students; · nonresident graduate students, doctoral students, interns; · foreign nationals admitted to MIPT; (hereinafter referred to as students in need of accommodation);

1.5. Residential facilities in dormitories are provided on a priority basis to students who are: · orphans and children left without parental care, persons from among orphans and children left without parental care; · children with disabilities, persons with disabilities of groups I and II, persons with disabilities since childhood; · students exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster and other radiation accidents, as a result of nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site; · students who are disabled as a result of military trauma or illness received during military service, and veterans of combat operations; · students from among citizens who have served for at least three years under contract in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, engineering, road construction military formations under federal executive bodies and in rescue military formations of the federal executive body authorized to solve problems in the field of civil defense, the Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation, bodies of the federal security service, bodies of state protection and the federal body providing mobilization training of public authorities of the Russian Federation in military positions to be filled by soldiers, sailors, sergeants, petty officers, and dismissed from military service on the grounds specified in subparagraphs "b" - "d" of paragraph 1, subparagraph "a" of paragraph 2 and subparagraphs "a" - "c" of paragraph 3 of Article 51 of the federal law of March 28, 1998 N 53-FZ "On Military Duty and Military Service”; · persons eligible for state social assistance.

1.6. In the case of full provision of places in the student dormitory to the categories of students listed in paragraph 1.3, and taking into account the opinion of the Youth Committee of the Institute and the trade union organization, MIPT has the right to decide to provide accommodation in the student dormitory to: · foreign nationals studying at MIPT; · nonresident applicants enrolled in the first year of a bachelor's degree who do not have permanent registration in Moscow and Moscow region; · nonresident students older than 1 year of bachelor's degree who do not have permanent registration in Moscow and the Moscow region; · nonresident applicants enrolled in the first year of master’s studies or postgraduate studies; · applicants enrolled in the first year of a bachelor's degree, with permanent registration in Moscow and the Moscow region; · students with permanent registration in Moscow and the Moscow region; · applicants enrolled in the first year of a master’s or post-graduate program, with permanent registration in Moscow and the Moscow region.

2. Dormitory accommodation and fees
2.8. The decision to settle a student in need of accommodation is based on his/her electronic application submitted through a personal account to the Committee on Settlement of the educational unit in accordance with the directive on the organisation of the settlement for the current academic year.

2.9. The decision to settle a student in need of accommodation is made by the Faculty Committee on Settlement in accordance with the established procedure for granting places in dormitories.

2.12. The head of the dormitory is responsible for settling into the dormitory.

2.13. Accommodation is provided within thirty calendar days of the start date of the autumn or spring semester. Students who need accommodations during this period must come to the residence hall to sign a contract or notify the head of the residence hall or the Settlement Committee of the academic unit that they do not need a dormitory.

2.14. During the settling in, the manager of the dormitory familiarises the settlers, against their signature, with this Regulation, and instructs them in safety and fire safety rules.
 2.20. Payment for the use of living quarters in MIPT dormitories is charged in accordance with the Rector's directive on payment for the use of MIPT dormitories.

2.21. The fee for living in the dormitory is paid by the resident in the order determined by the contract of rent of living quarters in the student dormitory.

2.24. Persons referred to in paragraph 1.5 are exempt from paying the fee for the use of living quarters (rent) in the dormitory.

3. Eviction from the dormitory 
3.1. The rental agreement for living quarters in a dormitory may be terminated: · at any time by agreement of the parties; · at any time at the discretion of the resident; · in connection with the expulsion of a student; · in connection with the dismissal of an MIPT employee; · in court at the request of MIPT if the resident fails to fulfil his/her obligations under the dormitory rental agreement, if the resident fails to pay for living in the dormitory for more than six consecutive months, and in other cases provided for by Russian Federation law.

3.3. In cases of termination or cancellation of the rental agreement, including at the end of the term of the resident's studies, or when the resident is expelled from MIPT, or for other reasons, the resident must vacate the dormitory accommodation provided to him within 14 calendar days and vacate the premises in accordance with the procedure established by the Regulation.

3.4. If a resident refuses to vacate the dormitory accommodation that he or she occupied under the contract of renting dormitory accommodation, he or she is subject to eviction by court order.

3.5. The administration of the dormitory is not responsible for personal belongings left by the resident after vacating the dormitory.


3.6. When evicted, the resident is obliged to: · surrender the room/bed-space assigned to him to the manager of the dormitory on the conditions provided for in the contract of rent; · hand over to the dormitory custodian bedding and other material assets issued to the resident for temporary use; · submit documents for deregistration to the clerk (passport, military ID with deregistration from the military register, etc.); · vacate the dormitory premises within 14 calendar days from the date of dismissal from MIPT or the expiration of the rental agreement, hand over the keys to the dormitory to the manager and get a signature on the bypass sheet. For foreign citizens or stateless persons within 3 working days.

4. Order of admission to the dormitory
4.1. Residents are entitled to 24-hour access to their dormitory if they have an electronic access card or ID card (if the bearer is on the current list of residents).
4.2. The rules and order of access to the dormitories are determined by the Regulations on access and intra-facility regime in MIPT.

5. Rights and obligations of residents
5.1 Residents have the right:
5.1.1 To use the premises of educational and cultural and household nature, equipment and inventory of the dormitory in accordance with the current regulations and local documents governing their use.
5.1.2 To turn to the manager of the dormitory with requests for timely repair, replacement of equipment and inventory that failed during operation, as well as the elimination of deficiencies in provision of amenities.
5.1.3 To make suggestions to the administration of the campus to improve living conditions or complain about the maintenance of the dormitory to the manager of the dormitory personally or through bodies of student self-government.
5.1.5. To receive guests in accordance with the MIPT Pass Regulations.
5.1.9. To contact the faculty settlement committee to resolve conflicts with other residents.

5.2 Residents are obligated:
5.2.3. To live in the assigned accommodation (occupy a bed) in accordance with the rental agreement and these Regulations.
5.2.7. To observe the regime of silence established by the legislation of the Russian Federation or the laws of the subject of the Russian Federation in which the dormitory is located.
5.2.8. To observe these Regulations, safety rules and fire safety rules; categorically exclude the use of open flame sources (candles, sparklers and other open flame sources) in the dwelling.
5.2.9. To take part in evacuation drills from the premises of dormitories and academic buildings, conducted by the Department of Civil Defense and Emergency Situations. To leave the premises during a planned training evacuation, emergencies (incidents), at the notification signal of the administration, received by the notification system and (or) directly from the head of the dormitory, security personnel and members of the volunteer fire brigade.
5.2.10. To take care of the rooms, equipment and inventory of the dormitory.
5.2.14 To surrender to the storage room bulky and valuable personal belongings that are not items of daily use, causing inconvenience to other residents.
5.2.15 At the guards' instruction, record in the corresponding log the list of large-sized inventory items brought in and taken out of the dormitory (hereinafter referred to as inventory), except for inventory items whose bringing in/removal is governed by separate regulations.

5.3. Residents are not allowed:
5.3.1. To resettle from one room to another, from one dormitory to another without authorisation. Resettlement is possible only in accordance with the procedure established by this Regulation..
5.3.4. To remove inventory and furniture, which are the property of MIPT, from one dormitory room to another without authorisation, as well as to rearrange furniture without the consent of the administration of the dormitory.
5.3.9. To consume and distribute alcoholic beverages, as well as to be in a state of intoxication in the dormitory.
5.3.10. To store, consume and distribute smoking mixtures, narcotic and psychotropic drugs, classified in this category by the Ministry of Health of Russia.
5.3.11. To smoke tobacco, smoking mixtures, hookah, electronic cigarettes and other electronic smoking devices on the premises and grounds of the dormitories.
5.3.13. To store explosives, chemically hazardous substances, any kind of firearms or cold weapons in the dormitory.
5.3.14. Keep animals in the dormitory.

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Dormitory 12 is a 13-story apartment-type building. There are 36 one-room apartments for three people, 106 two-room apartments for six people, and 11 three-room apartments for eight people. Each apartment has a restroom, a shower, and a kitchen. Internet access is available via both Wi-Fi and a wired network. The building also houses study rooms, a laundry, a sports room, and recreational facilities. 2 public printers are present in the dorm.

This dormitory primarily houses doctoral, graduate, and senior students.

Accommodation fee: 1,377 rubles per month.
Dormitory services

Address: 6A Institutskiy Pereulok, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Russia 141701

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