Belarusian State University (BSU) (Belarusian: Белару́скі дзяржа́ўны ўніверсітэ́т,  Russian: Белору́сский госуда́рственный университе́т), Minsk, Belarus, was founded on October 30, 1921. The BSU is a higher education establishment in the Republic of Belarus.

Belarusian State University owns dozens of buildings at various locations within the city of Minsk. The main campus is located in the city center, between Independence Square and the Central Railway Station. The main building of the university that houses the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, the central university library, the International Office, and several other units is situated on Independence Square, across from the House of Government. The buildings that house the Faculties of Physics, Chemistry, Geography, International Relations, and Law, the Research Institute for Nuclear Problems, the Office of the Rector, and the university administration surround the main campus. In the middle of campus is a small park with statues of Belarusian historical figures. The campus is adjacent to that of the Maxim Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University. The Central Train Station, Central Bus Station, an underground station, as well as multiple bus, trolleybus, and trolley routes are near the main campus. So it is easily accessible by public transport from almost anywhere in Minsk and its suburbs. However, parking on and near campus is limited.

The second campus of Belarusian State University is located on the Southwestern outskirts of Minsk, just beyond the Minsk Beltway, close to the village ofShchomyslitsa. This campus houses the Faculties of Biology, Humanities, and Radiophysics and Computer Technology, as well as the Sevchenko Institute for Applied Physics Problems, the Human Problems Research Center, the university botanical gardens, and two dormitories. Several other university buildings, such as those that house the Faculties of Philology, Philosophy and Social Sciences, Economics, History, the Military Faculty, and the Institute of Journalism are scattered around the city center (mostly within walking distance of the main campus).

Official web-site: http://www.bsu.by/