This year South Ural State University invites all the graduates to participate in a traditional but at the same time, unique Graduation Party, which will be held in an online format and will be organized with the use of state-of-the-art information technologies. It has already become a tradition that the Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region Alexey Texler also greets and congratulates the graduates.
Researchers at South Ural State University, being part of an international team of scientists, have synthesized ceramic material that is suitable for creating pressure, temperature, electric and magnetic field sensors. The material is more environmentally friendly compared to its analogues and belongs to the class of multiferroics. The experiments made it possible to study the features of changes in the crystal structure and physical properties of such materials in phase transitions.
Artificial intelligence has already migrated from the science fiction sphere to the production process, providing multiple advantages. South Ural State University (SUSU) was among the first in the country to engage in such projects. Aleksandr Shestakov, Rector, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering) and Professor, shares how far they have come in fulfilling those.
If you want to get high-quality education, but for some reason you cannot study full-time or part-time, the solution is simple, you should study online. Modern technology and means of communication, including the Internet, are helping in it, therefore, distance education is becoming increasingly popular. The Institute of Open and Distance Education (IODE) of South Ural State University, which is headed by the Candidate of Sciences (Economics), Associate Professor Alexander Demin is the best choice.
Many students from around the world are studying at South Ural State University. Each one of them has their own story: some are just starting their journey and preparing documents for admission, while others have already defended their diplomas and are preparing to fulfil their potential as professionals in their chosen field. Despite their different languages, skin colour, and cultural experiences, students make new friends here, overcome difficulties, obtain interesting opportunities to fulfil their abilities in many fields, and so the university holds a special place in their life. I
The new Master's degree programme in Law and Digital Technologies, applications to which were opened in June this year, has already aroused interest among foreign applicants.
In this regard, representatives of the Institute of Law sent out invitations to participate in the International Fair of Master's Programmes, which took place online on June 21. Among the other participants were the Universities of York, Aberdeen, Turin, Paris (Sorbonne), and others.
Our web-site launches a Top List column with the stories about outstanding students of the SUSU institutes and schools who have excelled in studies, science, sports, or extracurricular activities, as well as about the university administrative and academic staff members having interesting projects and hobbies.
South Ural State University is a multinational university, studying in which are students from 56 countries. In SUSU classrooms one can meet citizens of China, Egypt, Algeria, Côte d'Ivoire, and many other countries.
Especially warm relationships have been established between South Ural State University and Sudan: residents of this country proved to be excellent SUSU students, and the leadership of the Republic frequently visits the university for national holidays’ celebrations.
Do you wish to become a real creator? Do you want to learn to design and build beautiful houses, theatres, and stadiums? Do you want your creation to make people happy for tens and hundreds of years to come? Then, the SUSU Institute of Architecture and Construction headed by the Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), Associate Professor Dmitrii Ulrikh, is the right choice for you.
Marking the 75th Anniversary of Victory Day, the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities has prepared the Great Literature on the Great War series of information materials about writers who went through the war and devoted their works to this topic.
Recently, on the Russian Medical Worker Day we have posted an interview with the Director of the SUSU Medical Centre Olga Veselova, where she admitted that medicine was her calling. So, how did the idea of creating a medical institution at our university arise? Lidia Mikhailova, who has held the post of a chief physician in the Centre for almost all these years, is telling us about it.
In this new and difficult period, when the whole world has to stay on self-isolation, the students and team leaders of the SUSU Recreation Centre continue to rehearse and prepare online for our country's greatest holiday, Victory Day! The teams of the Recreation Centre have prepared video performances, where they have demonstrated not only their performing skills, but also put in a piece of their soul.
It is difficult to watch films about war. Difficult and painful. But there are times when we must go and watch, and re-watch them… because we must remember.
This film, shot at the end of the 50s is a product of the Thaw period in the Russian history; it is The Cranes are Flying by Mikhail Kalatozov based on the Viktor Rozov’s play Life Eternal. This film is about people, simple people, whose lives were invaded by war.
Since everyone has switched to distance work and schooling, business correspondence has become the most popular means of communication between the academic staff and students. What is the proper way to write e-mails? Can you use smiley-face emojis? And which phases are better avoided? Alena Tezina, a lecturer of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities of South Ural State University gives some tips.
For five years, on the May days leading up to Victory Day, students and university staff danced the Victory Waltz on the university square in front of the main building of SUSU, as a dedication to the acts of bravery of Soviet soldiers in the Great Patriotic War. The Waltz, which symbolizes the acts of bravery and the end of the war. The Waltz of our gratitude to the veterans! This year, life has made its own adjustments, and we, preserving the best university traditions, will see our Victory Waltz on the Internet and remember the events of previous years.
Forbes has published the results of the Annual Ranking of the Top 100 Russian Universities, in which South Ural State University has ranked 26th. The university has shown the best results over the years the ranking is being published, having outperformed many universities from Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Scientists and students of South Ural State University, together with leading experts of partner enterprises as part of the project team, have developed a new filter design for efficient air purification in a closed production cycle, which in turn will significantly reduce emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere. A patent for an air filter has been obtained.
An online meeting for students and SUSU graduates of IT specialities with the heads and representatives of the major IT companies of our region will be held on June 25th at 12:00. Everyone is welcome to participate.
This year, more than 5000 students have graduated from South Ural State University. All of them are in demand and are highly-qualified specialists in their fields, they are the tower of strength and the future of our country.
Despite all the difficulties related to self-isolation, the now former students have successfully been engaged in science, developing professionally and creatively.
The 2020 Admissions Campaign of South Ural State University will be held completely online. The documents can be submitted through the applicants’ personal accounts. To help the future students choose the programme, upload the documents correctly and enrol at the university successfully, on June 20 the Applicant Consultation Centre began functioning, where senior high-school students and their parents can ask questions on an everyday basis. Ivan Sukhikh, director of the Centre, gave more information on the project.
Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor, Head of the Department of Financial Technology of the SUSU School of Economics and Management, and a Chairman of the Dissertation Council, Specialty 08.00.05 “Economics and Management of the National Economy” Igor Baev celebrates his 80th birthday anniversary today.
On June 20, the SUSU Admissions Campaign began actively functioning. Anton Bubnov became the first applicant of our university. He submitted his documents for the Master’s degree programme in Tourism to the Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service.
We asked the first applicant a couple of questions:
— Please, tell us a little bit about yourself: what you do, what your hobbies are?