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.
In the 20th century, the Moscow Academy of Mines and then the Moscow Steel Institute (founded in 1930) each played a prominent role in the industrialization of Soviet Russia. Today, the National University of Science and Technology MISiS is at the forefront in the development of Russia’s innovative, knowledge-based economy, supporting the nation’s ability to successfully compete with other advanced economies as well as to fully integrate into the international community.
University of Tyumen is one of the largest universities in Russia and one of the leading universities of the Tyumen region. It counts more than 40,000 students, around 1,900 of whom come from other countries. The University offers Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Postgraduate degrees including 175 academic majors. Furthermore, it offers 4 courses of Joint diploma in Law and Economics in cooperation with the Universities of Lorraine (Metz, France), Nordland (Bodo, Norway), Estonia (Tallinn) and Wolverhampton (United Kingdom), one more programme is being developed. Teaching at the University stands out thanks to its highly skilled specialists, 1200 professors and lecturers, 70% of whom have doctoral degrees.
Founded in 1930, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) 1930 is one of the several major engineering higher education establishments in Moscow. It is one of the world-leading engineering universities dedicated to aerospace technologies. More than 140,000 students including 1,000 international students from 40 countries have graduated from MAI after its foundation in 1930.The present-day MAI is a unique institute of higher education where a thorough theoretical knowledge combines with various practical skills. More than 120 laboratories, 3 student design offices, numerous computer centers, an experimental-design factory, and an aerodrome are available for our students. In October 2009, the MAI was ranked among the 12 best universities of the Russian Federation. MOU will provide greater learning opportunities through exchange programs.
Moscow State Institute of Radiotechnics, Electronics and Automation (MIREA) is a Russian technical university in the field of radio engineering, electronics, cybernetic and automation. MIREA is a research center combining classical university traditions and modern educational technologies. With is foundation in 1947, the institute is one of the leaders in training of skilled specialists for rapid developing sectors of national economy: telecommunications, information computer technologies, automatics, cybernetics, radio engineering and electronics. MIREA - is today one of the leaders in the field of training of qualified personnel for the rapidly developing high-tech sectors of the economy - telecommunications, computer technology, automation, cybernetics, radio engineering and electronics. MIREA has an original system of education, "technical university - base chair - base enterprise" which ensures the continuity of the learning process and ensures rapid adaptation of graduates to the real conditions of modern production. Chandigarh University signs MOU with MIREA to facilitate student and faculty exchange programs, cultural exchange & semester exchange programs.
Chandigarh University signs MOU with Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia. The Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Bauman MSTU, sometimes colloquially referred to as the Bauman School or Baumanka is a public technical university located in Moscow, Russia. The Bauman University is commonly regarded as one of Russia's most prestigious universities. It is ranked first among Russian engineering educational institutes in Russia and is the second oldest educational institute in Moscow. BMSTU has 19 departments providing full-time education. University provides postgraduate and doctorate programs and has two affiliated secondary schools. Chandigarh University has signed an MOU with BMSTU, Russia to expand their student exchange and faculty exchange programs.
St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and Chandigarh University came into collaboration on November 26, 2015. The purpose of this Memorandum is to facilitate the mutual sharing of best educational practices, expertise in learning systems and to promote the exchange of faculty, students and scholars between both universities.
The second oldest among Russian universities, Kazan Federal University and Chandigarh University came into accord on December 07, 2015. The rationale of this Memorandum is to facilitate the collaboration between CU and Kazan (Volga region) Federal University in order to foster the exchange of best educational practices and materials of shared interest and to promote student and faculty exchange among both.
Chandigarh University (CU) and Siberian State Aerospace University (SibSAU) are in collaboration since November 02, 2015. The purpose of this mutual accord is to sustain an effective exchange of conducive educational practices between both universities and to promote the interchange of scholars and faculty.