The history of the university began in 1913, when the first teacher's institute was opened in Mogilev. After 5 years, he received the status of a higher educational institution. Here students were trained in pedagogical specialties for 4 years.
Due to historical difficult events in 1923, the institute was closed.
And in the 1930s it was reopened, and students were taught in the historical-economic and literary-linguistic specialties.
During the Second World War, the institute sent its students and staff to defend the Motherland. Those actively fought on the battlefield, for which they later received awards for honor and courage.
Already in 1944, the university began accepting students again.
In 1975, the first President of the country graduated from the walls of the university - A.G. Lukashenko.
In 1978 the name of the classic of Belarusian literature Arkady Aleksandrovich Kuleshov was rewarded to the university.
In 1997 the institute was transformed into the A.A.Kuleshov Mogilev State University
And in 2018, the university celebrated the 105th anniversary of its foundation.
Today, students of Mogilev State University named after A.A. Kuleshov study at the following faculties:
• Faculty of History and Philology;
• Faculty of Elementary and Music Education;
• Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science;
• Faculty of Foreign Languages;
• Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology of Childhood;
• Faculty of Physical Education;
• Faculty of Economics and Law.
The admissions office of the university asks to prepare the following documents for applicants:
• a statement on the sample;
• documents on education with an application;
• certificates of CT held in the Republic of Belarus in the year of admission / previous year;
• medical certificate of health status;
• documents on entrant's benefits;
• four photographs of 3x4 size;
• a copy of the passport (pages 31-33, registration).
The Institute carries out retraining of specialists who have received a diploma of higher education, as well as master students.
Retraining is carried out in 21 specialties. Students of the institute who have mastered the content of the retraining program and confirmed their knowledge are awarded a diploma with the appropriate qualifications.