Conference

List of Annual Conferences Held at NMSTU


 

Important Problems of Today’s Science, Engineering and Education


International Conference

  • Dates of conference: April 2019
  • Application deadline: November 2018
  • Venue: NMSTU, 38 Lenina prospekt
  • In-person participation
  • No participation fee
  • Web-site: http://apmste.magtu.ru/

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Conference includes an opening plenary and panels in the following subject areas that are relevant to the University programmes:

1. Metallurgy

2. Mechanical Engineering

3. Mining and Transportation

4. Power Engineering

5. Automation Systems

6. Standardization and Quality Management

7. Civil Engineering and Architecture

8. Design and Art

9. Economics and Management

10. Industrial Ecology

11. Psychology and Social Work

12. Education and Pedagogy

13. Linguistics and Translation

14. Philology

15. Cultural Studies

16. Journalism

17. History, Sociology and Records Management

18. Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

19. Physics

20. Chemistry and Engineering Chemistry

21. Physical Training and Sport

22. Physics and Mathematics Teaching Techniques

The conference papers shall be published in the scientific peer-reviewed journal Important Problems of Today’s Science, Engineering and Education, which is posted at eLIBRARY.RU and included in the Russian Science Citation Index.


Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice
(Innovative Metal Forming Processes: Fundamental Issues of Science and Production)


International Youth Conference

  • Dates of conference: June 2019
  • Application deadline: January 2019
  • Venue: NMSTU, 38 Lenina prospekt
  • In-person participation
  • No participation fee
  • Web-site: http://mrp.magtu.ru/en

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The programme of the Conference includes plenary meetings and panels, as well as a tour around Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works.

The Conference provides a venue for exchange of practices in the global area of metal forming covering a full spectrum of issues from predictive modelling and initial laboratory testing to the implementation of innovative and competitive industrial technologies.

Key Workshops:

WORKSHOP 1 – Fundamental Problems of Metal Forming during the Transition to Innovative Technology
WORKSHOP 2 – Innovative Technology and Materials in Metal Forming
WORKSHOP 3 – Development of Advanced Metals and Alloys Processing Theory and Technology
WORKSHOP 4 – Prospective Development of iSmart-Metallurgy

The best conference papers will be recommended for publishing in Vestnik of Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University (a title listed by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles of the Russian Federation), as well as in the journals indexed in Scopus and Web of Science (in particular, CIS Iron and Steel, Journal of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy).


Art Week


International Art Forum

  • Dates of conference: April 2019
  • Application deadline: March 2019
  • Venue: Magnitogorsk Art Gallery, 12 Gazety Pravdy str.
  • In-person and remote participation
  • Participation fee is charged
  • Web-site: http://uralartweek.com

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Art Week is a large-scale art forum – an event in the world of culture featuring a whole range of artistic visions and a variety of art works, as well as art schools from different parts of Russia and the world.

The forum welcomes philosophers, art historians, designers and artists who follow different schools – from conventional art to bold experiments with the form, materials and styles.

Art Week offers a busy programme of conferences, lectures, master classes and meetings.

Through participation in the Ural Art Week the author joins a large artistic community gaining an opportunity to take part in Art Week forums abroad, which take place in 21 countries of the world.


Important Problems of Economics and Management


International Conference

  • Dates of conference: April 2019
  • Application deadline: March 2019
  • Venue: NMSTU, 24 Lenina prospekt (Institute of Economics and Management)
  • No participation fee
  • In-person and remote participation (including online participation)

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The programme of the Conference includes panels in the following principal areas:

  1. Important Problems of Modern Economics

  2. International Business Activity of Russia

  3. Regulatory Economics Today

  4. Investments and Stock Market

  5. Important Problems of Human Resource Management

  6. Marketing and Management

  7. Accounting and Auditing

  8. Mathematical Methods in Economics

  9. Industrial Economics

  10. Corporate Economics

  11. Logistics

  12. Agricultural Economics

  13. Regional Economics

  14. Theory of Economics

  15. Important Problems of Managing A Modern Business

  1. Concepts and Problems of Public Policy and Governance

  2. Priority Areas of Public Policy

  3. Interaction between Public Authorities and Media

  4. Public Governance and Public Relations

  5. Municipal Governance amidst the Administrative Reform

  6. Local Governance as a Tool to Democratise the Political Rule

  7. Transformation of Local Governance amidst Creation of a Vertical Power System

  8. Anti-Crisis Strategies in Public, Regional and Local Governance

  9. Anti-Corruption Policy in the Russian Federation: Elaboration and Implementation

  10. Political Parties and Their Role in Modern Politics

The Conference papers authored by teachers and postgraduate students shall be entitled for publication in the journal Economics and Politics (which is included in the Russian Science Citation Index), whereas the papers of school students and bachelor’s and master’s degree students shall be entitled for publication in the conference proceedings (online version).


World Literature as Viewed by Young People Today. Digital Age


International Youth Conference

  • Dates of conference: September 2018
  • Application deadline: April 2018
  • Venue: NMSTU, 26 Lenina prospekt (Institute for the Humanities)
  • No participation fee
  • In-person and remote participation (poster session)

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing Svetlana Rudakova at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Tatiana Zaytseva at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The programme of the Conference includes round table debates and activities in the following areas:

  • Digital projects in the humanities;
  • Eternal themes, plots, archetypes and concepts in world literature;
  • Intermediality;
  • Online literature, including video poetry and relevant methods of study;
  • Virtual genre studies, genre classification of web pages;
  • Digital tools in philological studies;
  • Close reading vs distant reading (modern reading technology, the use of digital tools for interpretation of literature);
  • Traditions of Russian philology as a basis for developing digital philology;
  • Computational linguistics.

The resultant conference papers submitted for publication shall be reviewed and will be published in the conference proceedings. The online conference proceedings shall be sent to the email address indicated in the application form free of charge

APPLICATION FORM

(a separate file, file name – the author’s last name application, e.g. Ivanov application):

  1. Last name, first name, patronymic name (full name)
  2. Paper title
  3. Student of: status (undergraduate, master’s or postgraduate student), course, full name of the institution, city.
  4. Academic supervisor (full name, academic degree, title, place of employment).
  5. Participation mode (full-time or part-time).
  6. In case of full-time participation, the need for accommodation or special equipment for presentation of one’s report.
  7. Residence address, postal code, phone number (including area code), and e-mail.
  8. Abstract (50-100 words)

Important Problems of Architecture, Construction and Design


International Student Conference

  • Dates of conference: October 2018
  • Application deadline: April 2018
  • Venue: NMSTU, 11 Uritskogo str. (Civil Engineering, Architecture and Art Institute)
  • No participation fee
  • In-person and remote participation

Request more information and submit your application by e-mailing at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Please, mark as follows: Student Conference)

The programme of the Conference covers the following major issues:

  1. Modern Human Environment: Problems and Prospects

  2. Problems of Architectural and Civil Engineering Legacy

  3. Architectural Design Problems of Shaping the Urban Environment

  4. Practical and Theoretical Issues of Lighting and Colour Design

  5. Problems of Landscape Design

  6. Important Problems of Modern Civil Engineering and Effective Solutions

  7. Ecosystems. Environment, Sustainable Energy and Home Safety

  8. Advanced Construction Materials

  1. Efficiency and Safety of Automobiles and Roads

  2. Advanced Design of Buildings and Structures

  3. Computer-Aided Design

  4. Advanced Materials, Products and Structures for Construction Industry and Advanced Ways to Produce Them

  5. Innovative Approaches in Construction Economics and Management

  6. Legal and Legislative Basis of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Design

  7. Social Sciences and the Humanities as Part of the Course in Architecture and Civil Engineering

Russian Language Courses

Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University offers the preparatory program “RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE” for all those who wish to prepare for the tuition at our University or any other universities of the Russian Federation, to become acquainted with the amazing language and culture, to discover the fascinating history of Russia, the traditions and customs of the Russian people.

The programme meets the RF state standards and provides 600 academic hours for the Russian language which is the required level of Russian proficiency (the first certification level) for the tuition at Russian universities. The programme of pre-University training of foreign students also includes disciplines as required for the selected profile: engineering-technical, natural-science, economic, and humanitarian.

After completion of tuition foreign students take a final exam in the form of a test in the Russian language. They also take tests in disciplines as required for the selected profile. The Certificate of Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University is granted according to the results of final testing.

The Structure of Preparatory Programme

Engineering-technical profile: the Russian language (600 academic hours), mathematics (72 academic hours), physics (72 academic hours), information science (72 academic hours).

Natural-science profile: the Russian language (600 academic hours), mathematics (72 academic hours), physics (72 academic hours), chemistry (72 academic hours).

Economic profile: the Russian language (600 academic hours), mathematics (72 academic hours), social science (72 academic hours), information science (72 academic hours).

Humanitarian profile: the Russian language (600 academic hours), Russian literature (72 academic hours), Russian history (72 academic hours), social science (72 academic hours).

Extra Formats of Tuition 

It is possible to learn the Russian language in the short-time courses which last 2, 4 and 6 months and in the distance learning courses (120-420 academic hours).

Apart from the intensive classes in the Russian language, the programme includes exciting excursions to the picturesque places of the Urals, Bashkiria, to the ski resorts – the places of holding the XVIII Winter Deaflympics 2015, international biathlon competitions; rafting on the White River, visiting the ancient Arkaim, the city which is five thousand years old, and the famous Kapova Cave with its paleolithic cave drawings.

Proposed Programme of Study

Duration

Start Date

Preparatory Programme

10 months

(600 academic hours)

September 1, 2016

Short-time Courses in the Russian Language

(A1, A2, B1)

2 months

(120 academic hours)

4 months

(240 academic hours)

6 months

(360 academic hours)

During the academic year

* Flight, accommodation and meals are not included in the price.

For the quickest and easiest way to apply please complete the application form on the web-site of Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University or send in your application via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our students are provided with comfortable rooms in the campus of Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University and also in the sanatorium-preventorium with health-promoting activities such as massage, speleochamber, Charcot’s douche. 

The graduates of the preparatory programme will have an opportunity to go into further academic study (attractive and actual speciality’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programmes) at Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University.    

Contacts 

455000, Chelyabinsk Region, Magnitogorsk, 38 Lenin Street.

Web-site: www.learnrussian.magtu.ru

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Want to learn Russian and Russian culture? Want to come to Russia and be able to speak Russian?

Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University  announces a set of DISTANCE COURSE OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE "LEARN RUSSIAN WITH US!"

Course duration — from 4 to 10 weeks
If you have any questions please contact us

by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

THE RULES AND PROCEDURES OF TEACHING:

  • courses are designed for students who are unable to come to Russia for studying the language but wish to study the Russian language under the guidance of a teacher or get on-line consultations;
  • aspect of classes is determined at the request of the student and based on the results of the consultation.
  • learning Russian language is organized individually;
  • the process of training is in the form of communication with the teacher in real time;
  • the duration of training may be different depending on the learning objectives and level of training;
  • the process of training involves not only joint with the teacher, and independent work of students, homework for studied in class material;

TRAINING MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE!

  • class time is agreed with the student, it is possible to change time of classes at the request of the student within paid calendar period of occupation;

AT THE END OF THE COURSE THE CERTIFICATE OF THE STATE SAMPLE!

Distance learning Russian language allows to solve the following tasks:

  • to get the first knowledge of the Russian language;
  • to overcome speaking barrier and get skills in Russian;
  • to write in Russian and communicate with Russian on the Internet;
  • to read in Russian, participate in the Russian-speaking forums, blogs and social networks;
  • to prepare for the trip to Russia and learn more about it;
  • to improve your knowledge of the Russian language.

To begin a distance learning course, you must:

  1. Fill in the application form.
  2. To account for payment and pay for it.
  3. To send payment confirmation.
  4. To arrange a training time.
  5. To start classes.


Cost of distance courses:

Group training (min. 6 students) — 35 $ per person per course 4 weeks (20 hours).

Individual training — 315 $ over the course of 10 weeks (40 hours).

The application form please send us by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Contacts

Founder: Ministry of Education and Science of Russia

Organization: FSBEI HPE Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University

  • Address: 455000, Russia, Chelyabinsk Region, Magnitogorsk, Lenin Avenue, 38 Rector: Kolokol’tsev Valery Mikhailovich
  • Phone: +7(3519) 29-84-02
  • Fax: +7 (3519) 23-57-59
  • e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

International Affairs Office

  • Address: room Number 514, the main building of NMSTU
  • Phone: +7 (3519) 22-04-67
  • E-mail: magstu.international @ gmail.com
  • Work Schedule: 8.00 - 17.00, Mon - Fr.

Useful Links

Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice

Electronic Application form for international students

Visa Information

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