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Dear Friends!

Welcome to the Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University and to our online community!

Our university is the city’s main higher education institution and one of Russia’s most prestigious multidisciplinary universities. Every year we gladly accept local students, as well as foreign students. Our students live an active life and participate in many competitions and win Russian and foreign grants.

I believe that our University monitors current trends in education, engineering and science.  NMSTU participates in EU projects on the modernization of curricula. Our University can provide students with competences they need to adapt to social and economical challenges. The Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University is continually establishing relations with foreign universities, business communities, lecturers and researchers.

Everything you need to enjoy your study can be found at the University:

  • dedicated teachers who are glad to share their knowledge and experience;
  • research institutes in the fields of innovation and technology;
  • modern libraries which give students access to more than a million publications in science and technology as well as in the arts and humanities;
  • developed infrastructure;
  • convenient and pleasant spaces for sports, leisure and cultural pursuits.

I hope that this website will give you many answers to practical questions about the University, and about opportunities and resources that we offer to each student.

Valery M. Kolokoltsev, Rector

NMSTU Welcomes Guests from France, Belgium and Poland

On March 20, NMSTU became the venue for a big meeting with professors from France, Belgium and Poland, who gathered for discussions within the following EU funded TEMPUS project: Modernization of two cycles (MA, BA) of competence-based curricula in material engineering according to the best experience of Bologna  Process (MMATENG).

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Russian-French Seminar: Next Episode

On March 13, NMSTU welcomed Vincent Szymanski and his first lecture that he presented in the context of the Russian-French seminar with the following title: Power Converters for Variable Frequency Drives. The Problems of Power Quality. Introduction into Electromagnetic Compatibility.

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Greetings from the Czech Republic!

The NMSTU students, the participants of the EU Erasmus+ Programme, just returned from their semester-long stay at the University of Technology in České Budějovice. Study abroad helps broaden one’s horizons, meet new friends from all over the world, practice one’s foreign language, learn different cultures, visit various places. Through study abroad one can try oneself in different educational systems, feel a part of the international student community, learn how to make one’s own academic choices. As a result, a student learns to appreciate his or her native university.

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NMSTU– UCLA: Russian-American Seminar

A visit of Lindy Burden Comstock, a linguist from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), who was invited to NMSTU by the Department of the English Language of the Institute of Humanities, took place as part of the NMSTU’s Development Programme. The students and the faculty of the host department were privileged to learn the latest developments in contemporary linguistics.

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Variety of Languages is the Spice of Life

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Another NMSTU student who just returned from her 6-month trip to the Freiburg University of Mining and Technology is Khulkar Alovadinova, a postgraduate student from the Department of of Heat and Power Engineering Systems. Khulkar had been awarded a 2016-2017 Presidential Grant, which gives one the opportunity to study at international scientific or educational institutions.

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Unforgettable Trip to France

Five NMSTU students from the Institute of Metallurgy, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Processing and the Institute of Power Engineering and Automation Systems spent the whole of the last semester at the Jean Monnet University in Saint-Etienne, France as part of the Erasmus+ Academic Mobility Programme.

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Further Cooperation with Italy

On March 1st, NMSTU became the venue for a Russian-Italian seminar welcoming Professor Manuele Dabala from the University of Padova in Italy. During the seminar the Italian professor presented his lecture on steel metallurgy of welding.

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Party for Everybody: Shrovetide

Last week, students from NMSTU’s Institute of Humanities and Department of Computer Science and IT organized a tea party for the students from the Jean Monnet University, Saint-Etienne, France. The name of the party was “Party for Everybody: Shrovetide”.

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