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.
Today is World Sight Day. Our reality is that for many people modern lifestyle leads to vision deterioration. The reasons for that are working in front of the computer monitor, using gadgets, unhealthy diet, and lack of rest…
Eyes is one of the most important sensory organs, with the help of which a person receives up to 90% of information. The quality of life, the ability to work and do everyday activities depend on their proper functioning.
Director of the SUSU Medical Centre Olga Veselova spoke on how to prevent early vision deterioration.
Beijing University of Technology invites students to participate in their online international winter school in Chinese in two programs: Intercultural Practical Course, and Intensive HSK4 Training.
In the intercultural practical course, you will discuss the etiquette, food, and traditions of China, the science and economics of the Celestial Empire, and international students from all around the world will share on the unique features of their home countries. As a bonus, you will take an online tour of the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City.
For 15 years, the Department of Metal Forming has been cooperating with the National Engineering School of Saint-Étienne (ENISE), France. During this time, the department and the university have developed a good mutually beneficial relationship both in scientific and educational spheres.
Teachers' Day is celebrated in Russia annually, on October 5th. This date coincides with the World Teachers' Day, which is celebrated in most countries of the world. For the first time, Teachers’ Day was celebrated in the Soviet Union in 1965, on September 29th back then. And only 30 years later, the international Teachers’ Day was established. On the occasion of this holiday, we asked the SUSU Rector and directors of institutes to share their memories on their first teachers.
Each year, translators, interpreters and terminologists celebrate International Translation Day on 30 September. The International Federation of Translators chooses a unifying theme of the holiday. This year it is “Finding the words for a world in crisis”. The theme is used to promote the day and join together in celebrating the professions.
The performance groups of South Ural State University will take part in the Student Spring 2020 Festival, which will be held in the beginning of October.
Due to the unstable epidemiological situation in our region, the festival of student creativity has been postponed from spring to autumn this year.
On October 8th and 9th, at the World Trade Centre (35 Lenin Prospekt), participants from various Chelyabinsk universities will present their creative performances in four sections: theatre, music, dance, and original genre.
Each year since 2001, the Day of European Languages is celebrated on September 26th to support linguistic diversity, the bilingualism of every European, and the development of the teaching and learning of various languages around the world.
The Cultural and Educational Forum for Creative Youth "Tretyakovka by the Sea", which has been taking place in the Krasnodar Territory September 12th through 18th, has come to an end. Students of the Chelyabinsk Region have been engaged in creativity and conquering the sea resorts for six days.
A traditional student philharmonic is opening at South Ural State University. A concert will be held on September 30 in front of the SUSU main building with the participation of the Ural Wind Orchestra headed by Honoured Artist of Russia Igor Ezhov, and soloists of Chelyabinsk Philharmonic Rustam Zaichenko and Svyatoslav Khazov.
South Ural State University is a university which attracts lots of international students from all over the world. This is the reason to pay great attention to teaching and studying languages. And no wonder that there is a special holiday for celebrating the importance of knowing foreign languages.
International Translation Day is celebrated September 30th. The holiday was officially established by the International Federation of Translators (FIT) in 1991. In 2017, Resolution No. A /RES/71/288, in which the role of professional translation in connecting nations and fostering peace, understanding and development is recognised, was unanimously adopted at the 71st session of the UN General Assembly, and September 30th was declared the International Translation Day, celebrated within the framework of the UN.
A postgraduate student Anton Kazansky from South Ural State University (Chelyabinsk, Russia) is developing new technology for manufacturing gas turbine engine components. The young researcher became one of the winners at the UMNIK competition and received a grant to develop the project.
The Final of the Prometheus Russian Student Olympiad in English was held in the SUSU Sigma building in the end of last week.
The Olympiad has first been organized in 2012, and since then it is held annually. Participants include students in their first and second year of full-time study. Contests are held throughout the whole academic year on various topics, including foreign languages.
A young scientist from South Ural State University was awarded the prestigious medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The researcher was noted for working with chemical compounds that have proved high effectiveness in the fight against tuberculosis.
The participants were greeted online by the Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation Natalia Bocharova, Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region Alexey Texler, SUSU Rector Aleksandr Shestakov, as well as the heads of delegations of the five participating countries.
South Ural State University (SUSU) is a huge (30000 students) multinational university which has been consistently ranked as one of the top Russian universities in national and international rankings. Two areas of education – Physical Sciences and Engineering and Technology - are in the THE University Ranking by Subject 2020.The university is multinational and nowadays is a home for more than 2,300 international students from 56 countries. Every year students from different countries choose SUSU for getting their Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
Yesterday evening, a meet-the-artist event was held for students at SUSU with actress and TV host Katerina Shpitsa within the framework of Predchustvie (Anticipation) Film Festival. The meeting took place in the form of a dialogue. The star of such films as, Iron Ivan, Yolki 1914, Yolki 5, and The Crimean Bridge spoke on how she made it to the cinema industry, on the specific features of working on set, and shared her plans for the future.
An exhibition of a mobile museum of weapons and memorabilia of the Great Patriotic War has opened at the Military Training Centre of South Ural State University, where the findings by the Chelyabinsk Region's scouting movement on the Sinyavino heights of the Leningrad Region have been exhibited.
The exhibition was opened by Konstantin Krikunov, Deputy Head of the Military Training Centre at SUSU.
The development of the “Smart City” concept is not over yet. Scientists from the Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics have estimated the scale of urban greening and found out how it affects the improvement of air quality in Chelyabinsk. The results of the research were published in the highly rated scientific journal “Biodiversitas. Journal of Biological Diversity "(Q1).
South Ural State University is not just hallways, classrooms, and lobbies. The university has five historical museums, the unique exhibits of which have been collected over many years. Today, the museums are open to visits from the university’s staff and students.
Museum of SUSU History
The Museum of SUSU History has collected materials about the organization of South Ural State University, which was originally called the Chelyabinsk Mechanical Engineering Institute.