South Ural State University is one of the biggest Russian multidisciplinary universities with fundamental scientific basis and high standards of specialists training situated in the South Ural. The university is multinational and nowadays is a home for more than 2,300 international students from 52 countries who pay great attention not only to studies but also to exploring the city.
South Ural State University is one of the biggest Russian multidisciplinary universities with fundamental scientific basis and high standards of specialists training situated in the South Ural. The university is multinational and nowadays is a home for more than 2,300 international students from 56 countries who pay great attention not only to studies but also to exploring the city and the oblast.
The art festival which helps students discover their talents has wrapped up at South Ural State University.
The Spring at SUSU art festival is an annual university event organized by the Recreation Centre and one of the stages of the Chelyabinsk “Student Spring” Student Art Festival. Competitions were held in several categories: music, dance, theatre, and open genre (fashion theatre and circus acts); students could also compete in the literary contest Ascending Parnassus.
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 52 countries.
The SUSU Main Building is one of the main attractions in our city. But this has not always been the case.
In 1943-1944 the institute was located in different parts of the city: at School No.4 not far from the railway station and in one of the schools of Traktorozavodskiy District. Later the institute was housed in a three-story building, where the Detsky Mir (Children’s’ World) store is now located. In 1945 the institute received a new building on Timiryazeva Street (now Lyceum No.11), but it did not solve the issue of lack of classrooms.
December 15 is the day when people celebrate the importance of tea in everyone’s day to day life. Also the holiday focuses on the health benefits of various kinds of tea like white, green, black, herbal, and oolong.
Tea is the most popular beverage in the world. For millions of people there is no better way to start the day than with the pleasant taste and aroma of tea and then have another three or four during the day.
The new academic year has begun, new students have enrolled in South Ural State University. We are sure that every student is talented in something and we suggest not to hide it, but to reveal it with the help of the unique festival SUSU Talent 2021.
SUSU Talent is a contest that helps your creative and extraordinary abilities will be noticed and appreciated. In the future, you will be able to fulfil yourself in one of the many teams of SUSU, as well as perform at festive and significant events of the university.
South Ural is a mysterious territory full of strange and scary sites which arouse shiver and genuine interest at the same time. Experienced stalkers and lovers of unusual things visit the sites trying to reveal their mysteries.
We are going to tell you about 5 most mysterious places. If you plan to travel about South Ural you may visit the places and make your own discoveries.
On June 25th, an excursion to the observation deck was organized for SUSU students. On the occasion of Tatiana Day, Aleksandr Shestakov traditionally grants three wishes of students. Any SUSU student could write about his/her dream to the Rector in the official group of the university in VKontakte. All letters were reviewed by the Expert Council headed by the Rector; the most burning and important requests were selected. The excursion is the fourth wish of the students as part of the holiday.
At the Golden Beach club-hotel, a Tretyakovka offsite intensive creativity course took place from May 13 through May 16, 2021. The event brought together 80 young representatives of the Chelyabinsk Region from 16 to 35 years old to be engaged in creative activities in 7 categories: art, music, dance, theatre, graphic design, video production and film, and information support.
At the Department of Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities, a viewing of a special reportage of “Vasiliy Zaitsev. Nowhere to Retreat” by the correspondent of Izvestia, 5TV Russian TV Channel and REN TV, graduate of the SUSU Faculty of Journalism Vladislav Chukhrov was organized.
On April 7th and 8th, the city stage of the “Student Spring of the City of Chelyabinsk-2021”, a festival for students of higher educational institutions, took place in the WTC Congress Hall in Chelyabinsk. Freedom, drive, zeal for victory, and most importantly, vivid emotions and unforgettable creative performances were all part of the event. The participants gave the audience their energy, and they, in turn, answered with enthusiastic ovations. The teams from South Ural State University showed the best results among the higher educational institutions of the city of Chelyabinsk.
The big-scale URAL FEST Forum will be held at South Ural State University April 25th through April 29th, 2021. The Forum is dedicated to supporting and developing the international student and alumni community within the Ural Federal District and nearby regions. Registration is open until April 10th.
On April 7th, the Tretyakovka creative project is planning to open an art coworking space, in which young people aged 18 to 35 will be able to engage in 6 creative fields for free. Master classes will start in mid-April.
The International Office of South Ural State University and the Russian Centre for Science and Culture of Mongolia organized and implemented a joint educational project. For two months the citizens of Mongolia, dreaming of studying in Russia, have been learning the Russian language. The training took place at the Department of Russian as a Foreign Language of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications under the additional educational program Russian as a Foreign Language. The course was held in an online format.
This year, 18 applications have been submitted to the contest. For the first time in the more than 20-year history of the competition, not only poets, but also prose writers could take part in a writing competition. According to Oksana Ralkova, head of the Student Parnassus Literature Association, this year the contest has shown that the new nomination is in demand among students of South Ural State University: five students have sent their prose. Also this year the format of the competition has changed.
Artush Karapetyan's exhibition “Creation of Beauty” has opened in the Art Gallery of South Ural State University. The Armenia-born artist now lives in the sunny city of Troitsk. The author of the works arrived in Chelyabinsk at the invitation of the staff of the SUSU Art Museum.
A concert dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Ballroom Dance Ensemble headed by the Honoured Worker of Culture Tatiana Zenina will take place at South Ural State University.
For twenty years now, the ensemble has been a constant participant of the university celebrations, city events and festive programs. The Ballroom Dance Ensemble is a Grand Prix winner and laureate of international, all-Russian, regional and city festivals in choreography in the “dance show” or “show program” categories.
As part of the Telezachet competition, 6 categories were presented. In total, 77 teams from 37 universities (members of the Association of Technical Universities) took part in it. The aim of the competition is to develop a single scientific, technological and educational space, popularize Russian education, science and culture, foster pride and respect for the achievements of our country.
For many years now, a Laboratory of Literary Translation has been functioning at the Department of the Russian Language and Literature of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities (IMSSH). This laboratory is headed by Candidate of Sciences (Philology), Associate Professor Denis Pelikhov, whose students have been frequently winning prizes in translation contests.
A grand opening of the exhibition “Gentle Hand of Viktor Skobelev. In Memory of the Artist” took place at the SUSU Art Gallery.
The instalments include 42 works in oils and acrylics. Most of the works in the exhibition are landscapes. The works of this genre demonstrate all the main styles that the artist was a master of, from the subtlest types of nature in drawing and colour nuances to the chaos of strokes, in the movement of which familiar images appear.
Early in November, a lecture on “What Is Truth? What Is Our Reason for Being?: A Dialogue between Artists Known as the Itinerants and Realist Writers of the Second Half of the 19th Century” by Candidate of Sciences (Philology), Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities Natalia Shlemova was held within the framework of the Night of Arts campaign at the Chelyabinsk Museum of Visual Arts. The event was organised to coincide with the exhibition of paintings of the Tretyakov Gallery on the “Russian Life.