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QS WUR by Subject 2019: ITMO University in Top-150 in Computer Science and First in Russia in Art & Design
The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 have just been revealed. ITMO University has strengthened its positions in three subject rankings – ‘Computer Science & Information Systems’, ‘Engineering: Electrical & Electronic’, and ‘Physics & Astronomy’ – in two of which the University has risen by 150 places. ITMO also appears in three other QS subject rankings. In the ‘Art & Design’ ranking, ITMO University has made its debut in the global top-200 and secured the first place among Russian universities.
ITMO University and the European University at St. Petersburg have established a collaboration in the field of Master’s-level education and joint research. This Tuesday, February 19, the Rectors of these two universities have signed a partnership agreement and discussed their first joint Master’s program in the field of social research on science and technology.
Mendeleev 150, MedChem 2019, and Marnikov Congress: the International Year of the Period Table in Russia
In Moscow, an official ceremony has celebrated the opening of the International Year of the Periodic Table. President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Sergeev, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, renowned scientists, officials, and representatives of scientific and public organizations from around the world have attended the event. Throughout the year, many events in Russia and abroad will be dedicated to the topic of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements. Below is a list of all the important chemistry-related events that will be held in Russia this year.
The ITMOSTUDENTS.Initiative grant is a new way for ITMO students to receive support for their dream projects. To apply for funding, all you need to do is fill out an application, outline your project’s goals and decide on the amount of funding you’ll need. Ekaterina Mashina, this year’s grant winner, shared with us her tips on how to apply and win.
An interactive exhibition of holographic installations Magic of Light, organized by ITMO University together with the Hellenic Institute of Holography, has just opened its doors for visitors. The exhibition is hosted on 1,000 square meters of Shanghai Science and Technology Museum and features over 150 items, including ultra-realistic full-color holograms, optoclones from the collection of the Hermitage, the Fabergé Museum, and the Diamond Fund.
Are there any similarities between Russia and Argentina? Why Russian phonetics can be so hard to master? What can help international students integrate into a new country faster? Rodrigo Lopez Pablos from Argentina, a Master’s student in mathematical and computer modeling, shares his experiences of studying at ITMO and living in Russia.
The Times Higher Education magazine has just published the results of the Emerging Economies University Rankings 2019, which features the best higher education institutions in developing countries. In this year’s ranking, which includes a total of 442 universities from 43 countries, ITMO University moved up four positions and was placed 53rd.
An employee of the Poznan University of Technology, Agnieszka Barczyk has recently visited ITMO University. Back home, in Poland, she helps students develop projects, find investors, and apply for exchange programs abroad. She herself came to St. Petersburg through the Erasmus+ program and hopes that in the future, this program will be fully available for Russian students as well.
We sat down with four Cuban students who are currently studying at ITMO University to learn about their life in Russia. Alberto Quesada Sevilla, Leoandris Martinez-Serrano, Miguel Angel Perez Ortiz and Miriam Serralbo Cala are getting their Master’s degrees at ITMO University as part of a student mobility agreement between Cuba and Russia. Learn more about what brought them to ITMO University!
My skating skills are seriously rusty and the thought of skiing down a hill terrifies me. And I don't even own a hockey stick. But it would be a shame to miss out on all the fun you can have in the snow.