South Ural State University is the most famous university in South Ural and no wonder international students choose it to get their education. It offers various programs including International Relations, Philology, Linguistics, Economics, Mechatronics and Robotics, Power Engineering and many others. Also a student can choose a Bachelor’s or Master’s program taught in English. The university is multinational and nowadays is a home for more than 2,300 international students from 56 countries.
One of the leaders of Russian higher education – South Ural State University (SUSU) – is located at the border of Europe and Asia, in Chelyabinsk. The university is focused on development of large, interdisciplinary projects in the fields of digital industry and artificial intelligence, and carries out research works in the following spheres: Sensors for Industrial Objects; Digital Twins; Energy Conservation; Methods and Means of Information Security; Materials Science; and Ecology.
Every year many students from around the world come to South Ural State University. Iraq, Iran, Bangladesh, Egypt, Sri Lanka, to mention just a few countries from the list.
This year, we expect more than 700 students from 56 countries; those are the enrolees who applied for studies in various levels of education: Bachelor’s, Master’s, postgraduate, Specialist programmes, and programmes of the Faculty of Pre-University Education. Many students come as part of the international exchange programmes.
Chaubey Mani Shanker from India completed his English-language Master’s studies at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science of South Ural State University in 2019. In his interview, this foreign citizen shared on why he one day had decided to obtain his education at SUSU, as well as on the process of his studies.
South Ural State University has joined other 29 universities selected to participate in the Best University of Our Country contest. This non-commercial project with a series of radio broadcasts is organized by the Russian Federation Ministry of Education and Science, State Duma Committee for Education and Science, and All-Russian Public Organisation “In Favour of the Quality Education”.
South Ural State University is becoming a SMART university, which unites Europe and Asia. Being one of the leading Russian universities, it shows strong standing in national and international rankings, and is part of the international education elite. Our university’s graduates are in demand in the Russian and global labour markets.
In the year of SUSU’s 75th anniversary, a veteran of the university, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), professor of the Department of Welding Engineering, former Dean of the Workers’ Faculty and the Mechanical and Technological Faculty of the Chelyabinsk Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vladimir Stikhin is celebrating his 85th birthday.
Programmer is one of the most in-demand professions at the modern stage of society development. Specialists in the sphere of programming, who got a degree at South Ural State University, build their careers in the world’s leading companies. Director of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceGleb Radchenko told us about training of software developers at SUSU.
Today, August 15th, we celebrate one of the most exciting and romantic professional activities - archaeology! Archaeologist Day was celebrated in the Soviet Union and continues to exist in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus. Although you can still meet those believing archaeology is about finding treasures, the study of human activity is much more than that. Archaeology is at the heart of our understanding of historical processes.
Each year, thousands of specialists of various specialties graduate from South Ural State University. Among them is Elena Ermolaeva, who got her degree at the SUSU Faculty of Journalism. Today, Elena Yuryevna is the Chief PR Specialist of the Traktor Ice Hockey Club. She told us why due time she chose the Faculty, how her studentship was going, as well as about her work in the Traktor Ice Hockey Club.
– Why did you decide to get enrolled to the Faculty of Journalism?