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Modern University for the Humanities


The Modern University for the Humanities (MUH) (Russian: Современная гуманитарная академия), established in 1992, is a state-accredited higher educational institution in Moscow, Russia offering primarily distance-based undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate studies and vocational education.

MUH's philosophy is to make available accessible, high-quality education regardless of a student’s place of residence. MUH uses an individualized approach based on standardized knowledge control methods to provide students with appropriate levels of academic support. MUH aims at increasing students’ activity during learning process provided with the most up-to-date technologies. Flexible education system is a reliable tool for making learning process truly effective.

General management of MUH is performed from its Moscow headquarters. Currently, there are 628 educational centers established within the framework of MUH to support the dissemination of distance learning and correspondence material. These centers are located in the Russian Federation and CIS countries including Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Tajikistan. MUH also has educational centers outside the former Soviet world, in Vietnam, Israel, China, Peru, and the Czech Republic. Particular attention is focused on extending the geographic coverage of MUH, especially on development in foreign countries. The university currently claims an enrollment of more than 200,000 (2008) students.

MUH is the only Russian higher educational institution possessing satellite educational technology. This allows the university the opportunity to provide distance learning resources to every geographic destination in the Russian Federation and in a number of Asian and European countries. MUH possesses satellite educational television with its own teleport for twenty-four-hour, four-channel broadcasting throughout the territory of Russia and the CIS countries. These four channels are also used for data transmission. It is a goal of the university to equip all MUH branches with VSAT-teleports, in order to allow high-quality broadcasting and educational processes between branches and the university's Moscow headquarters.

Utilization of video, audio and slide lectures, teaching computer programs and other multimedia products is the primary method of education at MUH. The majority of multimedia educational material is produced by MUH staff in studios equipped with modern computer and recording facilities.

The Modern University for the Humanities has eight scientific-research institutes founded within the University. They have specializations which include Educational Programs Development, Educational Technologies Development, Television Education, Computer Education, Study Psychology and Sociology of Education, Mass Media and Publications, Electronic Communication Development, and Students’ Health-Improvement.

MUH has a publishing house which issues two newspapers with combined circulation of more than 100,000 copies per month, digests, and a substantial number of popular scientific and educational journals. The total annual run of educational, methodical, and scientific literature at the MUH’s publishing house makes up more than 8 million copies of 4,000 titles.

MUH is a member of a number of international organizations. In September, 2003 MUH joined Magna Charta Universitatum to start full-fledged integration with the Bologna Process. The University concluded bilateral agreements with a number of foreign universities. Many students from MUH go abroad to take different courses. Most popular are visits to foreign language schools. Among the latest achievements there is an introduction of the Diploma Supplement following the model developed by UNESCO-CEPES, Council of Europe and European Commission where the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) has been used as the core element. Finally, since September, 2005 MUH has been enjoying full-scale cooperation with the Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) of the World Bank.
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Siberian Federal University


Siberian Federal University (Russian: Сибирский федеральный университет, Sibirskiĭ federalʹnyĭ universitet, often shortened to SibFU, СФУ) is a modern multidisciplinary university located in the eastern part of Russia, Krasnoyarsk, that combines fundamental and applied research and teaching.

The University holds top positions in Russian universities' rankings: 12—14 place in the total National Rating of Universities (rating is composed by Interfax and Echo of Moscow), 7—8 place in the section "Innovations and Entrepreneurship", 6—10 place in the section "Education". The Siberian Federal University was ranked #14 among Russian universities in the international rankings "Web of Science" (composed by Thomas Reuters) and "Ranking Web of World Universities". The Siberian Federal University participates in the international collaboration and integration into international research and education space.

The Universities' fundamental and applied research is closely connected with Institutions of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (e.g., Institute of Computational Modeling of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences); many scienties from these institutions are professors and lecturers in the SibFU. The Siberian Federal University has its own large university press, which includes the Scientific Journal of the Siberian Federal University.

The University was established in 2006 by merging four large universities of Krasnoyarsk city that had been training professionals in the most competitive sectors of economy in Siberia and the Far East: Krasnoyarsk State University, Krasnoyarsk State Technical University, Krasnoyarsk State Academy of Architecture and Construction and Krasnoyarsk State University of Non-Ferrous Metals and Gold.

Today Siberian Federal University is the largest higher educational institution in Siberia and consists of 19 Institutes with more than 3,000 faculty staff teaching 41,000 students. The Chairman of the University Board of Trustees is Dmitry A. Medvedev, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
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Institut de génie énergétique de Moscou

MoskvaElectricité, ElectroniqueLangues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques

Moscow Power Engineering Institute (National Research University) is one of the largest institutions of its kind, and is one of the leading technical universities in the world in the area of power engineering, electronics and IT. It is located in Moscow, Russia, and was founded in 1930. In Russian Federation the education in universities is available in Russian medium only. Therefore, before the main education courses would start, the foreign applicants to university courses should pass the Preliminary course for training in Russian language, followed by the State Test in Russian language (called Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language – TORFL). Fifteen years ago MPEI (as one of few such Russian universities) launched the program of education for foreign students in English medium, however in only one specialty – Computer Engineering. MPEI invested considerate time and resources into this program, they selected a group of leading professors who spoke English fluently, who in turn prepared the educational materials in English. Now MPEI accepts annually one full group of foreign students who speak English fluently for this IT educational program in English Language. All classes here are provided in English, hence the students in this program do not require the preliminary training in Russian language, i.e. the educational period becomes one year shorter. The annual tuition fee for this program however is more expensive, since this program is conducted in English, unlike the rest of the programs.
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Université technique d'État de Moscou-Bauman


L'université technique d'État de Moscou-Bauman (en russe : Московский Государственный Технический Университет им. Н.Э. Баумана, МГТУ) surnommée « École Bauman » est une école d’ingénieur russe fondée en 1763 à Moscou sous le nom Maison impériale d’éducation de l'impératrice Catherine II. C’est le deuxième plus ancien établissement d’éducation supérieure en Russie après l'Université de Moscou (1755).

L’université Bauman est une université publique. Elle accueille 18 000 étudiants qui suivent un cursus de formation d’ingénieur de 6 ans (3 000 par promotion) et 1 000 doctorants. L’université accorde un logement gratuit dans une de ses 13 résidences à 800 sur 3 000 étudiants admis par an.

L’admission à l’université se fait sur concours avec trois examens – mathématiques, physique, russe. La sélection moyenne pour entrer à l’université est d'un sur 10, ainsi plus de 30 000 élèves se présentent aux examens. Parmi eux plus de 2 600 élèves passent par les cours préparatoires de deux ans, encore 2 000 sortent des lycées partenaires de l’université. La participation au concours nécessite la remise de l’original du certificat de fin d’études secondaire (équivalent du baccalauréat) ce qui empêche les élèves de postuler en même temps à l’Université de Moscou et vice versa.

Jouissant d'un grand prestige dans l'enseignement supérieur, l’université Bauman est souvent associée à la sélectivité et à l'excellence académique. L’université Bauman occupe régulièrement la première place dans les classements officiels des écoles d’ingénieurs,,,,,. Elle fait régulièrement partie des trois premiers établissements d’éducation supérieure recherchés par les grandes sociétés russes,.

L’université Bauman a le statut de Centre de Recherche national, son financement est prévu par un chapitre particulier du budget national en dehors du Ministère de l’Éducation.

Durant la première moitié du XXe siècle, l’Université Bauman a fondé et formé plus de 70 écoles d’ingénieurs en Russie et en l’URSS dont les plus renommées sont l’Institut d’Aviation de Moscou, l'Institut de génie énergétique de Moscou, l'Université de Génie Civil de Moscou, l’Institut de Chimie de Moscou, l’Université Technique de Communication et d'Informatique, l'Institut Central d'Aérohydrodynamique TSAGI, l’Académie Militaire d’Ingénierie d’Aviation Joukovski.

L’Université Bauman est célèbre pour son système d’enseignement surnommé « méthode russe » qui réunit une préparation théorique ample et intense avec une profonde formation pratique en lien avec l’industrie. Présenté à l’Exposition Universelle à Vienne en 1873 et en Philadelphie 1876, la méthode russe a reçu la médaille d’or. Le président du MIT John Daniel Runkle a écrit que la méthode russe sera appliquée au MIT et dans toutes les autres universités techniques aux États-Unis.

Des nombreux anciens élèves de l’École Bauman sont mondialement connus : Sergueï Korolev pour le premier satellite lancé en espace et premier homme lancé en espace, Andreï Tupolev pour le premier avion supersonique civile dans le monde (Tupolev Tu-144), Nikolaï Dolléjal (ru) pour la première station nucléaire civile dans le monde (centrale nucléaire d'Obninsk), Vladimir Choukhov pour la première usine et première méthode du craquage de pétrole et pour les premières construction en hyperboloïdes dans le monde, Nikolaï Joukovski pour la fondation des sciences hydro- et aérodynamiques, Pavel Soukhoï pour le bureau d'études aéronautique Soukhoï.
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Ulyanovsk State Technical University


Ulyanovsk State Technical University (Russian: Ульяновский государственный технический университет , abbreviated as USTU) is a major higher education and research institution in Ulyanovsk. Founded in 1957 as Ulyanovsk Polytech University, the university is located in the Volga River region.

Ulyanovsk State Technical University (UlSTU) is one of the leading science centers of the Volga region that trains specialists in various areas, including economy, humanities, technical sciences etc.

The University is well known in Russia for its research-and-development activities; graduates of UlSTU are employed by a large variety of companies. Today Ulyanovsk State Technical University features over 14000 students on different education programs at 10 faculties and 48 departments; more than 500 tutors, 42 Ph.D professors and 250 Ph.D associate professors; about 1000 PCs connected to the Internet and 54 media libraries; the library which is the largest in the city and contains about 1200000 books, magazines, e-books, video materials and other resources; scientific and research works and papers awarded in Paris, Brussels etc.; one of the biggest concert halls in the Middle Volga region.

The University maintains firm contacts with more than 60 state, public and educational organizations of many countries: universities, research centers, foundations. UlSTU closely cooperates with such educational and scientific centers as Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Durham University, Great Britain; University of Göttingen, Germany.

Sporting facilities, a calendar of social events and a reputation for teaching makes UlSTU a place to study. Students from Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Germany, China, Vietnam, Turkey, Ghana, Cameroon, and Nigeria successfully study at the University.
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Ulyanovsk State University


Ulyanovsk State University (Russian: Ульяновский государственный университет, romanised: Ulyanovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet) is a public, research university, located in Ulyanovsk, Russia. City of Ulyanovsk (formerly Simbirsk, founded in 1648) is situated on the Volga River, about 440 miles east of Moscow and has a population of 700,000. The university, one of the largest in that region, enrolls some 16,000 students in six colleges offering 68 majors and claims considerable international ties. USU was one of the first among Russian universities to join Bologna process and started to reform its Doctoral, Master's and Bachelor's standards of degrees.

As a part of Moscow State University in State of Ulyanovsk, based on the traditions of classical education, was established by a resolution of Government of the Soviet Union in February 1988 (formerly Simbirsk People's University, established in 1648). In 1996, Ulyanovsk affiliate of MSU was reorganized into Ulyanovsk State University. At present Ulyanovsk State University is one of the largest higher educational institutions in the Volga Region, which comprises six institutes, 7 independent faculties, 2 affiliates, 6 learning centers and many international study centers.

The university enrolls about 16,000 students, among them almost 200 foreign citizens from Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America. Currently the university employs 1,254 faculty members, including 138 Doctorate and 623 Candidate of Science degree holders.

Ulyanovsk State University offers a wide range of study options: full and part-time, external, further and distance education programs on undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate levels. A student may choose from 77 majors, 76 post-graduate, 37 medical internship and medical residency programs. In addition, the University provides an opportunity to receive dual degrees in Law and Business. The Ulyanovsk State University Business School also offers MBA degree with focus on international business and finance.

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