Baikal State University is located in Irkutsk - the cultural, tourist, economic center of Eastern Siberia near Lake Baikal.
The building of Baikal State University belongs to the historical monuments of Irkutsk. The campus has a history of over 100 years.
The main building was built by architect V. A. Rassoshin as Aleksandro-Mariinskaya city high school in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Royal couple Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna in 1894.
The modern campus of Baikal State University is conveniently located in the heart of Irkutsk at the intersection of central streets of the city – Lenin Street and Karl Marx Street. Nearby there is a good infrastructure; the main
city attractions, theaters, museums, shopping centers, bus stops are situated here.
Academic buildings 1-6 are connected by convenient passages, have one courtyard and three entrances – from Karl Marx Street, from Gorky Street, from Lenin Street.