Study in Czech Republic

With the purpose of promoting cooperation, NMSTU’s vice rector for international affairs Aleksey Korchunov has recently paid a visit to the Technical University of Ostrava in the Czech Republic. This modern university with an over 170-year history has one of the largest campuses in Central Europe and houses the National Supercomputer Centre, the only one in the country.

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Severe plastic deformation of metallic materials

NMSTU’s Mechanics of Gradient Nanomaterials Laboratory is to hold the following workshop – Severe Plastic Deformation of Metallic Materials, as part of Magnitogorsk Мaterials Week, Fall 2018.

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Cross-Cultural Management

NMSTU’s Institute of Further Training and Human Resources Engineering Gorizont is working on implementing an EMBA General Management international post-diploma programme. Earlier this month, NMSTU welcomed an expert in management teaching from the ISC Paris Business School, France, who brought a course entitled “Cross-Cultural Management”.

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Researchers from the flagship university of the Chelyabinsk Region, together with their Italian colleagues, will be looking for new ways to utilise TRIP steel in metalware industry.

Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University has won a grant of one the major charity foundations of Italy. The foundation will provide funding to support a research project that will look at using TRIP steel in metalware production.

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NMSTU Ranks in TOP-300 of QS EECA

This year, Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University again ranked in TOP-300 of the QS Emerging Europe and Central Asia ranking.

For the third year in a row, NMSTU is ranked in TOP-300 of the QS EECA ranking, which ranks universities from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey and Ukraine. This year, more indicators were used for evaluation. Thus, this year’s ranking included such indicator as International Cooperation in Scientific Research, which looks at the international projects, joint publications and grants a university is involved in.

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Contemporary Management Model: Problems & Prospects

On 24th October, NMSTU saw a conference entitled Contemporary Management Model: Problems & Prospects. The Conference was held as part of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme “European best practices of youth entrepreneurship and possibility of their implementation in Russia”.

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Magnitogorsk Quantorium to Open Its Doors

The children’s technology park Quantorium is to open its doors on 6th November. From this day on, adolescent researchers will be learning new technologies and developing and implementing their own ideas in response to the regional industrial trends.

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Pedagogic Approaches in Russia and Tajikistan

From 14th thru 20th October, Khujand State University in Tajikistan witnessed another workshop under the Erasmus+ Capacity Building projectExcellence in Engineering Education through Teacher Training and New Pedagogic Approaches in Russia and Tajikistan”. The aim of the recent workshop was to define what areas would be potentially most important for the consortium, which encompasses 12 universities from Russia, Romania, England, Portugal and Tajikistan. Two associate professors from NMSTU took part in the workshop.

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