Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I. Nosova

Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University (NMSTU) is one of the most credible and reputable multiple- discipline technical universities and scientific centers in Russia. Representing a widespread infrastructure, sophisticated material resources and high intellectual potential, our University became an internationally recognized research school; it has a wide range of cultural and scientific ties with both Russian and overseas universities.

 

NMSTU is one of the Russian universities which have the status of a ‘Flagship University’. The total number of students reaches 12,000 in 2018. The faculty comprises about 800 teachers with over 530 of them holding PhD degrees and 98 – doctorate degrees. We offer a wide range of Bachelor’s, Master’s and Postgraduate programs for Russian students and develop advanced Master’s programs taught in English for international students. Students and teaching staff at NMSTU are involved in a variety of research activities and grant programs. The University’s R&D centre of innovations and technology comprises 14 scientific schools and about 20 research laboratories, the Nanosteels Research Institute, the Innovation Business Incubator and the Youth Research Centre. Due to the high integration of education, science and production, NMSTU manages to implement great fundamental and applied research projects sponsored by the government as well as private customers. Our university is also involved in international student exchange programs and has cooperation agreements with 37 partner universities from 60 countries across the world. Traditionally, our engineering students undergo a practical training in foreign companies.

 

NMSTU also performs activities as part of TEMPUS projects funded by the EU European Committee. NMSTU participates in EU projects on the modernization of curricula.

 

Our university scholars become scientific advisors for overseas universities’ postgraduate students in metallurgy and mining, they regularly act as official competitors at foreign partner universities, and also become members of International Conference Committees.

 

The campus includes well-equipped dormitories, a health centre, providing a wide range of health care services to all employees and students, a recreation centre and sport facilities offering opportunities for sports instruction and participation in regional and national championships at all levels, personal and group training, a variety of aquatic classes, and many more, as well as cafes, canteens and resorts. For more than 80 years the NMSTU graduates have become professionals in engineering, science, technology, business and human sciences. Our undergraduates are recruited by different companies from all over the country and abroad.

 

NMSTU is committed:

 

  • to educating students in science and technology, sharing their advanced knowledge to the benefit of everyone;
  • to providing its students with intellectual support in research activities and discoveries, cooperation relations with science and technology–related companies for the betterment of humankind and meeting the world’s great challenges;
  • to developing in each student the ability, passion and will to work wisely, creatively and efficiently to enter the working world and contribute to the nation and the world to the best of their ability.

 

Faculties of Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I. Nosova:

  • Metallurgy, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Processing Institute
  • Mining Engineering and Transport Institute
  • Power Engineering and Automated Systems Institute
  • Civil Engineering, Architecture and Arts Institute
  • Economics and Management Institute
  • Institute for the Humanities
  • Department of Social Work and Psycho-Pedagogical Education
  • Institute of Natural Science and Standardization
  • Institute of Extramural Studies

Student Accommodation

All dormitories are fully equipped with modern engineering communications: central heating, hot, cold water supply, sewerage, electricity supply.

The administration of the university, represented by the rector, concludes a mutual responsibility agreement with the students who settle in the dormitory, which stipulates all the requirements for students and their rights.

In order to safely live students there is a pass mode, watch equipped with telephones for emergency calls to the police, rescue services.

 

Magnitogorsk City

Magnitogorsk (also known simply as Magnitka) is the second largest city in the Chelyabinsk region, one of the largest centers of ferrous metallurgy in the world. It is located in the south-western part of the region, close to the boundary with Bashkiria, on both banks of the Ural River, both in Asia and Europe. Magnitogorsk is situated 308 km north-west of Chelyabinsk, the distance to Moscow is 1,689 km.

Magnitogorsk features

The motto of Magnitogorsk is “The place where Europe and Asia meet”.

In addition to natural resources and favorable geographical location, Magnitogorsk has a number of historical and archaeological monuments, sports tourism facilities, and a relatively well-developed tourist infrastructure. Magnitogorsk International Airport offers regular flights to Moscow.

Magnitogorsk is often called “Magnitka”. In everyday speech this is also the name of Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK) and the city newspaper “Magnitogorsk Worker”. The city is called the “metallurgical capital” of Russia.

Magnitogorsk climate is continental (cold winters with little snow and dry warm summers). The average temperature in January is minus 14.1 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 19.2 degrees C.

Magnitogorsk International Airport, mountain skiing centers in Abzakovo and Bannoye Lake are located not on the territory of the Chelyabinsk region, but on the territory of Bashkortostan Republic.

Magnitogorsk is the fifth largest city in Russia (along with Tolyatti, Naberezhnye Chelny, Novokuznetsk), which doesn’t have the status of a regional administrative center. The western border of the territory of Magnitogorsk is an administrative border between the Chelyabinsk region and the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Urals and the Volga federal districts.

It is one of the twelve cities in the world located in two world parts. The Ural River flowing across Magnitogorsk divides it into two parts: the Left Bank and the Right Bank. The boundary between Asia and Europe goes along the Ural River.

During the World War II, turrets for tanks IS-2 and T-34 (85) were produced at Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works. According to statistics, every second Soviet tank and every third shell during the war were produced of Magnitogorsk steel.

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