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Presentation of

Tarasova Tatiana, Head of Department of international relations, BMSTU


• BMSTU education has been always famed for combining practical training at laboratories with solid theoretical background • BMSTU graduates and researchers have made a great contribution to developing the Russian engineering schools such as: Physics, Strength of Materials, Mechanics including Aeromechanics, Electricalб Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics, Information Sciences etc.


BMSTU researchers were pioneers of the Russian- designed steam-machine, oilpipeline, tanker, power plant, nuclear plant, space vehicle, computer.


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RESEARCH and EDUCATIONAL UNIT


REU Manufacturing Engineering


Faculty: MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Metal-Cutting Machines Tool Engineering and Technologies Manufacturing Engineering Metrology and Inter-Changeability Casting Technologies Mechanical Working Technologies Welding and Diagnostic Technologies Science of Materials Rolling Technologies and Equipment Electronic Technologies in Mechanical Engineering Laser Technologies in Mechanical Engineering Material Processing Technologies


REU Power Engineering


: POWER ENGINEERING

Faculty

1.

Rocket Engines

2.

Piston Engines

3.

Gas-Turbine and Renewable Power Plants

4.

Refrigeration and Cryogenics Engineering and Conditioning and Life Support Systems

5.

Vacuum and Compressor Technology

6.

Thermal Physics

7.

Nuclear Reactors and Plants

8.

Environmental Engineering and Industrial Safety

9.

Fluid and Gas Mechanics, Hydraulic Drive and Hydraulic and Pneumatic Automatics


REU Special-purpose Engineering


Faculty: SPECIAL-PURPOSE ENGINEERING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Spacecrafts Ballistic and Aerodynamics Robotics and Mechatronics Wheeled Vehicles Undersea Robots and Apparatus Rocket-and-Space Engineering Processes 7. Rocket-and-Space Composite Constructions


REU Robotics and Integrated Automation


Faculty: ROBOTICS AND INTEGRATED AUTOMATION

1.

Engineering Drawing

2.

Theory of Mechanisms and Machines

3.

Basics of Machine Design

4.

Handling Machinery

5.

Applied Mechanics

6.

Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) Systems

7.

Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) Systems

8.

Robot Systems


Faculty: INFORMATION SCIENCE AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

1.

Automatic Control Systems

2.

Navigation, Stabilization and Orientation Devices and Systems

3.

Information Systems and Telecommunication

4.

Electronics Design and Manufacturing

5.

Data Processing and Control Systems

6.

Computer Systems and Networks

7.

Computer Software and Information Technologies

8.

Theoretical Informatics and Computer Technologies


REU Radio-electronics, Laser and Medical Technology


Faculty: RADIO-ELECTRONICS 1. Radio-Electronic Systems and Devices 2. Optoelectronic Devices for Research 3. Laser and Optoelectronic Systems 4. Electronic Device Components 5. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 6. Electronic Device Manufacturing


Faculty: MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 1. Biomedical Engineering Systems 2. Medical Engineering Information Technologies 3. Medical Engineering Management


REU Fundamental Sciences


Faculty: FUNDAMENTAL SCIENCES 1. Higher Mathematics 2. Applied Mathematics 3. Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics 4. Mathematical Simulation 5. Engineering Mechanics 6. Physics 7. Chemistry 8. Electro-Technology and Industrial Electronics 9. Electronics


Faculty: SPORTS AND HEALTH IMPROVEMENT

1. Science of Good Health 2. Physical Education 3. Educational and Methodоlogical Centre “Health-saving Technologies and Drug Prevention in the Youth Environment”


REU Engineering Business and Management


Faculty: ENGINEERING BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

1. Theory of Economics 2. Economics and Industrial Engineering 3. Industrial Logistics 4. Management 5. Finances 6. Business and External Economic Activities


Faculty: SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES

1.

History

2.

Social Science and Science of Culture

3.

Political Science

4.

Philosophy

5.

Inter-institutional Centre “Sound-MusicCulture”


Faculty: LINGUISTICS

1. Russian Language 2. English Language 3. Romance and German Languages


Vice-Rector Vice-Rector Head Headof ofDepartment Departmentof of International InternationalRelation Relation Office Officeof ofInternational International Students Studentsand andPost-graduates Post-graduates

Office Officeof ofExport ExportControl Control

Center Centerof ofInternational International Academic AcademicMobility Mobility

International InternationalProjects ProjectsOffice Office

Office Officeof ofDeveloping Developing International InternationalRelations Relations

Accounting AccountingOffice Office

Office Officeof ofInternational International Relations Relations

Russian-French Russian-FrenchCenter Centerfor for Innovation InnovationTechnologies TechnologiesTransfe Transferr

Office Officefor forInternational International Relations RelationsininKaluga KalugaBranch Branch


International activities ď ą Despite the fact that the start of international activities was in 1991, currently Bauman has agreements with 70 universities in France, Britain, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Korea, China, Syria, etc. ď ą These agreements relate to international educational programs, exchange of students, graduate students and professors, joint research projects, contracts for specific important projects, exchange of scientific publications, joint preparation and publication of textbooks.


Major international activities of the university: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Training foreign students, graduate students and interns. International academic mobility. Work in international associations of universities. Cooperation with foreign universities. Cooperation with foreign firms. Implementation of research contracts by the orders of foreign universities and companies. Participation in teaching and scientific and technical programs of the Commission of the European Union. Non-standard international activities. Scientific and methodological developments in the field of international cooperation.


Number of foreign students (2003-2009)  2003/04 – 315  2004/05 – 649  2005/06 – 677  2006/07 – 680  2007/08 – 780  2008/09 – 850  2009/10 – 880


The Staff of foreign students

Preparatory Department – 160

graduate – 311

Bachelor – 23

Master – 230

postgraduate – 46

Trainee - 80


Currently we have trained students from 33 countries, including from the CIS, Latvia, Estonia and China Training is conducted:  contracts;  in the direction of Federal Agency of Education;  on a common basis with Russia's students (4 countries).


INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY of BMSTU students


INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY of BMSTU students


The main directions of international academic mobility

 Scholarship Program of the Commission of the European Union (Erasmus Mundus);  International scholarship funds in foreign countries;  Scholarships foreign universities for foreign students;  Presidential Scholarship for a one-year teaching Russian students and graduate students in foreign countries;  scholarships foreign firms and funds for international students.


Cooperation with foreign firms

 organization practices of students at foreign companies (France, Germany, USA, China);  internships and training for a second degree students and graduates BMSTU on foreign companies (France, Italy, Germany);  Prepare university students for work in foreign companies located in Russia (USA, France);  Organization and co-operation of research laboratories.


Ivan Arkharov Vice-rector for International relations E-mail: arkharov@bmstu.ru Tel.: +7 (499) 263-60-42 Tatyana Tarasova Head of Department of International Relations E-mail: ttv@bmstu.ru Тел.: +7 (499) 263-68-06 www.bmstu.ru www.inter.bmstu.ru

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