NMSTU students defended their papers in Chinese

July 2nd marked the first time in the history of NMSTU when the students of the Institute of Mining and Transport defended their Bachelor’s papers in Chinese as part of the Russian-Chinese educational programme “Two Bachelor’s degree diplomas in Logistics Management”. Launched by NMSTU in 2014, this is the only educational programme of its kind implemented in the Urals regions.

Four years ago, six NMSTU students from the Department of Logistics and Transport Control became pioneers of this programme, which was completely new for both the university and the region. The participants spent two years studying at the Dalian Neusoft Institute of Information Technology in China. The institute is situated in Software Park, a specialized zone of computer technology, which helps integrate the advancements of the IT industry with the teaching process. Our students acquired valuable professional competences and skills, but also they mastered the Chinese language having qualified for Level 5 (there are a total of 6 levels in Chinese).

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A touching story of Sofia in Sofia

Sofia Protopopova, student of the Institute of Humanities, NMSTU, pioneered a new exchange program between Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University and Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" (Sofia, Bulgaria).

The program was established last summer upon agreement between the Department of the Russian Language, General Language Studies and Mass Communications of NMSTU and the Department of Russian Philology of Sofia University. Launching something new is always difficult; however, an active student easily took on all bureaucratic challenges and from the 12th of November till the 1st of February got into a new life, remembering it now warmly and with a smile.

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Our congratulations!

Study in Hungary

Following the cooperation agreement signed with the Ministry of Social Resources of Hungary in the field of higher education, the Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation announced a grant for Russian students under the Stipendium Hungaricum programme aimed at providing the opportunity to study in Hungary in Hungarian or English (Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, training, postgraduate degrees).

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Dear friends!

On behalf of Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University, a flagship university, we are delighted to congratulate you with the 90th anniversary of our glorious city!

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Chernye Metally journal is included into Scopus Quartile 1

According to the results of 2018, Chernye Metally scientific and technical journal is included into Quartile 1 of the Scopus international abstract and citation database with an SJR of 0.645.

A major contribution to this achievement was made by members of the editorial staff of the journal, scientists and teachers of NMSTU and National University of Science and Technology MISIS (the founders of Chernye Metally), and specialists from other scientific and industrial training centers, and the editorial staff of the journal.

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NMSTU Researcher Publishes Museum Collection of Coins Stolen by Nazis during WWII

A truly sensational event entered the history of scientific discoveries made by NMSTU researchers. NMSTU’s professor Mikhail Abramzon has published a unique collection of Bosporan coins that was stolen from the Kerch Museum by the Nazis during World War Two. The collection was published in the book “Ancient Coins. Pre-war Collection Granted to the Federal Republic of Germany”.

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Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019: the benchmark for young scientists from around the world

Everyone was impressed. Leading scientists of Europe and Asia and young scientists in metal forming completed their work at the 4th International Youth Scientific and Practical Conference Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019, taking place at Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University from 4 to 7 June.

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Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019

From 4 to 7 June Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University will host the 4th International Youth Conference Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019 (Innovative Metal Forming Processes: Fundamental Issues of Science and Production) dedicated to the 85th anniversary of NMSTU.

Traditionally, the conference is meant to gather young scientists and world-known scientists from Russia and abroad to discuss the latest achievement in metal forming processes. The conference is unique and distinguished by a non-conventional format providing for workshops of leading scientists and reports of young scientists in specific sessions. In addition to lectures and discussions, conference participants will undertake an industrial tour of PJSC Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works, the Russian largest iron and steel company, infrastructure of the university and enjoy the entertainment program outside the city, in particular, a visit to a well-known alpine-skiing center near Bannoye lake.

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