On October 16 of 2018, events held within the project entitled “Establishment and development of a network of Pushkin Institute Centres in the PRC on the basis of organisations performing education in Russian language” started at Tianjin Foreign Studies University (China). Employee of the Pushkin Institute Research, Education and Coordination Centre, Tatiana Beloglazova, within a meeting with Chinese students of the Faculty of Russian Language, told about development of information technology in Russian language learning.
Each of the SUSU schools or institutes is engaged in project-based education today. The value of such approach to training is that along with theory the future professionals could obtain certain practical skills, which s/he could directly apply in production while joining the process of work. As much as seven Master’s students are involved in the project by the SUSU School of Medical Biology, who travel to test fields, do experiments and analyse their results.
Temporary Head of the British Consulate-General Office in Ekaterinburg John Mitchell became an honorary guest of the degree awarding ceremony.
SUSU has been operating on the basis of School of Business programmes of Great Britain’s Open University since 1992. Within this period, more than 2000 executives and specialists enhanced their qualifications and obtained prestigious international certificates.
Director of the Centre, Irina Dergaleva, told us about the cooperation:
On October 25, South Ural University is to organize a massive Psychology Festival, held on the occasion of the university’s 75th anniversary. The event organiser is the Faculty of Psychology of the SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities.
On October 16, in the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service for the Chelyabinsk Region, a public meeting of the Office Community Board devoted to the urgent issues in the sphere of the competitive education took place.
The International Office is one of the most important divisions of SUSU, making an enormous contribution into the fulfilment of the concept of a SMART university which unites Europe and Asia. The International Student Support, headed by Ekaterina Yurovskaya, plays a special role in this process.
Starting from September of 2018, SUSU has been officially implementing project-based training within master’s studies. Project-based learning programmes are presented practically in all Schools and Institutes of SUSU.
The Institute of Architecture and Construction held a contest called “Autumn Mood” among freshman students. Future designers and architects had to present their group in a creative format within a limited time.
On October 17th at the Activity Hall of South Ural State University a gala show and awarding ceremony were held under SUSU Talents 2018 Festival for freshmen.
More than 300 students took part in the festival, and about 100 applications were submitted from all schools and institutes of the university. On the day of the competition the jury watched more than 60 performances of various genres.
There are tons of fun things you can do in Chelyabinsk. Below, we’ve picked some exciting events the city has to offer this weekend. It’s time to get some tickets and make those freedom evenings count! Don’t forget to leave your comment about the events on Vk and Facebook.
October 19, 18:30
Chelyabinsk State Academic Drama Theatre n.a. Naum Orlov
Bury Me Behind the Baseboard 2,5-hour play based on Pavel Sanaev’s bestseller
In 2018 South Ural State University celebrates its 75th Anniversary. This is also an important year for the SUSU Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service, the scientific school of which celebrates its 20 years of working.
International Research Conference on Learning to Understand Russia: Political and Mass Media Communication was held October 10th through 14th at Ural State Pedagogical University. Researchers from different cities and countries came to the conference. South Ural State University was represented by Doctors of Sciences Nataliya Koshkarova, Olga Solopova, and Yelena Kharchenko.
Choosing a profession in many aspects determine a person’s future as well as his or her development and life quality. However, not everyone can answer the question of whom to become. In order to help university applicants and students to choose a sphere of professional activity, the Faculty of Psychology of the SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities is launching a project entitled “Digital Biometrical Twin of a Professional”.
One month remains till the start of a unique international scientific Global Smart Industry Conference — 2018, which is to be held on November 13th through 15th at South Ural State University. The event will be opened by a report by the Conference Chair, President of Emerson Corporation, Michel Train, who is to visit Russia in the new status for the first time.
Annually, the prestigious ranking agency QS Quacquarelli Symonds publishes ratings of the world’s best universities. In October 2018, QS BRICS 2019 regional ranking was released and the published part of it included about 400 universities from Brazil, Russia, India, and China. In the course of five years, South Ural State University has been a regular participant of this ranking and has been showing just the positive dynamics. So, this year the university improved its result by 26 positions in comparison with the previous edition, having risen to the 112th place.
Students of the university are invited to take part in a contest for best presentation of their profession and their university.
The goal of the contest is to reveal and encourage creative potential of students and staff of the university. Being direct participants of the education process, they at full extent can pen picture and describe in details our university and the chosen professions.
SUSU’s Linguo-innovative Technologies Research and Education Center (LiNT REC) was established in 2012. Since then the employees of the Research and Education Center fulfilled several unique projects, including AutoLex, InterAct and AutoTutor software programs.
On October 11th and 12th, the 4th International Research and Practical Conference on University of the 21st Century in the System of Continuing Education was held at South Ural State University. The SUSU Institute of Supplementary Education acted as the organiser.
On October 6th, research fellow of the SUSU Research and Education Centre for Eurasian Studies Ivan Semyan participated in the largest research-and-education forum in Russia, entitled “Researchers Against Myths - 8”, held in Moscow at NUST MISiS. Ivan, as one of the leaders and inspirers of reconstruction activities among young people in the Chelyabinsk region, demonstrated the reconstruction of Neolithic technique for making hunting bows and arrows, and conducted a full-scale experiment to test the penetrating ability of a flint-tip arrow.
The Head of the SUSU International Affairs Division Olga Yaroshenko and the Head of Pushkin Institute Research, Education and Coordination Center Yadviga Berezovskaya visited the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Yekaterinburg.
South Ural State University supports young scientists who contribute to development of science. Every year SUSU students and postgraduates take part in UMNIK programme aiming at supporting commercially oriented scientific-engineering projects. This programme allows to check if an innovation by researchers is in demand and to what extent, as well as to obtain a grant of 500 thousand roubles to perfect it.
South Ural State University carried out a presentation of a new structural department entitled “the SCO and BRICS 2020 Summits Preparations Directorate”, created to prepare and conduct the upcoming international events, which are to be held in Chelyabinsk in 2020.
On September 24-30, the XII All-Russian Contest of Intelligence, Creativity, and Sport “Student Miss and Mister of Russia” took place in the city of Sevastopol. Ivan Melnik, a student of the SUSU Branch in Nizhnevartovsk, won the title of the First Student Vice-Mister of Russia 2018.