Top Government Engineering Universities In Russia
Chelyabinsk State University was founded in 1976 and was the first university of South Ural. At present, the University is teaching more than 27000 students enrolled in 12 different faculties.
Perm State Agro-Technological University is one of the renowned universities offering higher education solely in the field of agricultural aspects, starting from the initial step of planting growing or livestock processing of products to biotechnologies or software engineering.
The National University of Science and Technology MISiS has a proud and distinguished history, having celebrated its 80th anniversary in June 2010. It originated as the Department of Metallurgy in the Moscow Academy of Mines, which the Soviet government established in 1918, and in the following decades it went through several transformations before achieving its current designation.
TSU is the oldest university in the Russian Asia, in Siberia, that was founded in 1878 in Tomsk, Russia. It was the First Siberian Imperial University. TSU opened in 1888 with only one department, the medical faculty, which separated in 1930, now forming the Siberian State Medical University.
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology is a leading Russian university that trains students in various fields of modern science and technology. From the outset, MIPT has used a unique system for training specialists, known as the Phystech System, which combines fundamental science, engineering disciplines and student research.
The Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas is a university in Moscow. The university was founded on 17 April 1930 and is named after the geologist Ivan Gubkin. The University has been training students since 1930, international students from foreign countries were initially enrolled in 1947. Now over 5000 international graduates are employed in 114 countries around the globe.
The North-Caucasus Federal University was founded based on Decree by President of Russian Federation № 958 (July 18, 2011) and Order by Government of Russian Federation № 226-р (February 22, 2012), as the result of a merge of the three universities located in the Stavropol Region – the North-Caucasus State Technical University; the Stavropol State University, and the Pyatigorsk Humanities-Technological University.
People who have studied and lectured at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University during more than one hundred years contributed much to the fame and recognition of the university. Nobel laureates P.L. Kapitsa, N.N. Semyonov, Zh.I.Alfyorov, academicians A.F. Ioffe, I.V. Kurchatov, A.A. Radtsig, Yu. B. Khariton are just a few prominent names among hundreds of talented scientists and production managers whose activities are connected with the University and whose achievements served as the foundation for the development of the Russian science and engineering. You can learn more about them and the history of Polytechnic University on our site.
The University was founded in 1970 on the basis of the Kalmyk pedagogical Institute at Kalmykia in Russia. The first graduation of students took place in 1975.
The University was established in 1943 with a former name of Chelyabinsk Mechanical Engineering Institute (CMEI) and later on South Ural State University (SUSU) came into existence on 1997. The University describes itself as the “Smart University Delivering Sustainability for Ural”.