Form of study – full-time. Training period– 2 years (contract-based)
The purpose of this degree program is to train highly qualified specialists capable of solving complex engineering and management tasks in power industry. The program is focused on preparing students for leading edge positions in the area of automated electromechanical and heat power systems in following industries:
- oil and natural gas industry,
- mechanical engineering,
- electric transport etc.
Our students will benefit from outstanding learning experience available and acquire in-depth knowledge of up-to-date and innovative technologies in
- electric drive systems;
- information systems;
- industrial networks;
- dust, gas, water treatment systems;
- modern electrical and heat engineering equipment;
- distribution of electricity and thermal energy;
- industrial safety.
The degree program offers lectures and practical training sessions, computer modeling, research activities, industrial and teaching practice.
You will learn from leading SUSU academics, who are at the cutting-edge of their discipline and possess an extensive experience in training power-engineering specialists. This means you will learn the latest theories and techniques, which help supporting your intellectual and professional development.
We have dedicated computing facilities with industrially relevant software and hardware, modern scientific and educational laboratories including the supercomputer simulation technologies, systems and equipment of world leaders in power engineering. You are always working with the most up-to-date equipment available.
This study program allows you to gain the knowledge and experience necessary for professional work in the field of power engineering at multinational world leading companies.
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454080, Russian Federation, Chelyabinsk, Lenin ave., 76, South Ural State University, main building, room. 262, 255