Teaching Abroad

In the period of May 22 through 28, 2016 the head of the NMSTU Department of Automated Electric Drive and Mechatronics Aleksander Nikolaev gave lectures at the Institute of Technology of Jean Monnet University in Saint-Etienne, France as part of the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching and Training from Partner Countries. This is the first launch of the EU Erasmus+ Staff Mobility programme at NMSTU.

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A Week in České Budějovice

In 2015, as part of the EU Erasmus+ programme NMSTU signed a students and staff mobility agreement with the Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice (ITB, or Vysoká Škola Technická a Ekonomická v Českých Budějovicích), Czech Republic, http://www.vstecb.cz/. Thanks to this, four NMSTU students got an opportunity to study at the Czech university and the NMSTU teachers were privileged to teach the Czech students.

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NMSTU Environmental Courses are the Best!!

At the beginning of this month, the Belarusian cities of Minsk and Pinsk saw the next coordination meeting of the TEMPUS EcoBRU project in Environmental Education for Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. As part of the project, six NMSTU teaching staff, who are the leading representatives of the Russian environmental school, have been working on elaboration of environmental courses led by the school coordinator, the professor of the NMSTU Department of Industrial Transport Mr. A. Rakhmangulov.

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International Conference in France

On June 15th through 17th, the French city of Compiègne witnessed an International Conference in Research and Education in Mechatronics, or REM2016, which is held annually. Although it was a French and Japanese congress, it attracted participants from 11 countries. Platon Tulupov, a Master’s student of the NMSTU Department of Automated Electric Drive and Mechatronics, was the only representative of Russia at the forum.

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Give us a Welcome, Freiberg!

Khulkar Alovadinova, a postgraduate student of the Department of Heat and Power Engineering Systems guided by the professor Sergey Kartavtcev, has been awarded a Russian President’s grant enabling her to study overseas in 2016/2017. We hurried to meet and interview the recipient of this prestigious award.

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Supported by RFBR

The 2nd International Youth Science Conference on Innovative Metal Forming Processes: Fundamental Issues of the Relationship between Science and Production took place at the Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University on June 16 through 18. There were participants from Magnitogorsk, Ufa, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Perm, Chelyabinsk and Moscow, who came not only from universities but also from industrial companies.

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Grants Awarded for a Term at University of Technology and Economics in Ceské Budejovice, Czech Republic

Upon review of the students’ applications for a term spent at the University of Technology and Economics in Ceské Budejovice, Czech Republic, the following students have qualified:

  • Anton Bakhtin (Bachelor’s student)
  • Serafima Kurochkina (Bachelor’s student)
  • Denis Maliukov (Bachelor’s student)
  • Evgeniia Pianzina (Bachelor’s student)

The other applicants can still go to study at the Czech university on a grant-free basis.

We thank all the applicants.

If you have any questions, please contact Anastasiia Kramarenko, who is the programme coordinator, at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +7 (3519) 22-04-67, +7-968-118-93-55.

NMSTU is in TOP 200!!

NMSTU has been ranked among the TOP 200 universities of Emerging Europe and Central Asia by QS University Rankings.

64 universities represent Russia in the ranking, which is the highest number of the ranking participants among the 21 participating countries.

Considering that the leading Russian universities, i.e. Moscow State University and Saint-Petersburg State University, hold the top rankings among the Russian universities, alongside with some major federal and national R&D centres extensively funded by the Russian government, this is quite a recognition for NMSTU.

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