The Russian University of Kihāmát (Kihā́mmic: Kihāmátī rosatī́zô kzəkghál, IPA: [kɪhɑːˈmatiː ɹɒsaˈtiːzo kz̩əˈçal]; Russian: Ру́сский университе́т Кихама́та, IPA: [ˈruskʲɪj unʲɪvʲɪrsʲɪˈtʲet kʲɪxɐˈmatə]) is a Russian language university located in Októn, on the south coast of Raibáûī. The university offers the same courses available throughout the rest of Kihāmát, however, since the working language of the university is Russian the majority of lectures and lessons are conducted in Russian. The university also offers Ukrainian and Belarusian language courses, these are available in both Kihā́mmic and Russian.
The university is part of Kihāmát's International University Federation.
The current Premier of Kihāmát, Īzván Rátkan Yôfánī-Mā́rī, earnt a BSc in Civil Engineering at the university as an undergraduate before going on to study at Moscow State University and the University of Talná.