The Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev is a university in Kemerovo. It was founded in 1950 as the Kemerovo Mining Institute. In 1965, KSI was transformed into the Kuzbass Polytechnic Institute, and since 1993 to the Kuzbass State Technical University. In 2011, the university was named After T. F. Gorbachev, the first rector of the KSI.
Faculties of Kuzbass State technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev:
Accommodation located of just a short walk from the University campus. You can choose from new modern studios with a bathroom and kitchen, bright and airy bedrooms, all finished to the highest standards. The accommodation, that has just been completed, is at the heart of Kemerovo, where students can come together to socialize, relax and make those priceless university memories. It includes a lounge with comfortable chill out areas, large TV, vending machine and ping pong tables. Helping to create the ideal environment for studying, there are shared study spaces with break-out and quiet study areas, so there is gym facilities and a cinema room is provided for students.
Kemerovo is a city in Russia located in the south of Western Siberia, in the northern part of Kuznetsk coal basin. Being the capital of the Kemerovo region, it is an important administrative, economic, scientific, cultural, transport, and industrial center of the country, standing on both banks of the Tom River, about 3,630 km east of Moscow.
The name “Kemerovo” was probably derived from the Turkish “kemer” (a mountain slope, a bank, a ravine, a hill, a mountain). Kemerovo City Day is celebrated on June 12.
The climate of the city is continental. The average temperature in January is minus 17 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 19 degrees C.
Kemerovo International Airport is located 2.5 kilometers southeast of the city outskirts, offering flights to Moscow, Phuket, Bangkok, Goa, Hurghada.
The city has a number of enterprises of chemical, engineering and coal industries, which have a negative impact on the environment. In recent years, emissions from factories and other stationary sources decreased.
At the same time, growth in the number of cars has led to an increase in the volume of air emissions from this source, but precise data on air pollution caused by transport is not available.
October 16, 2006, Kuznetsky bridge was opened. It is one of the widest bridges (40,5 meters) in Siberia.
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