06/09/2018 16:50:08

MIPT continues admission to its first English-taught bachelor’s degree programs

This year MIPT has launched its first three English-taught undergraduate programs in computer science, aerospace engineering, and biomedical engineering. These are full-time four-year bachelor’s degree programs.

MIPT prepares students for graduate school or a career that allows them to apply their knowledge to an ever-changing technological climate in business and the industry. Among the Institute’s staff and graduates are many scientific luminaries, including ten Nobel laureates.

“Russia has been home to outstanding scientists such as Pyotr Kapitsa, Nikolay Semenov, Nikolai Lobachevsky, Dmitri Mendeleev, and many others,” says Artem Voronov, the school’s vice rector for academic affairs and pre-university education. “Besides major scientific achievements, our country is known for the high standards of school and university education, especially in the field of technical sciences. Thus, for example, the fundamental course in theoretical physics by Lev Landau — one of the founders of MIPT — and his student Evgeny Lifshitz has been translated into more than 20 languages and has opened up the world of science to a great many students.”

“MIPT holds a competitive position in the international landscape of higher education: It ranks among the top 50 universities for physics and among the top 100 in terms of academic reputation. We believe that a globalized world calls for education that is open, affordable, and accessible to students across the world,” adds the vice rector.

MIPT offers the following three English-taught Bachelor of Science degree programs:

Computer science

Students master the concepts and skills needed for designing, programming, and implementing information systems to solve real-world problems, while also acquiring a strong background in mathematics for scientific applications (math track) or finance for management information (fintech track).
By concentrating on the fundamental concepts of computer science, students are prepared to make a significant impact in their fields of choice.
Download information brochure about the program

Aerospace engineering

Aerospace engineering is MIPT’s oldest program. Students explore what makes flight possible and how air- and spacecraft are manufactured, powered, operated, and maintained. This program provides practical training with a commercial slant, enabling the graduates to succeed in this high-tech field.
Students completing the program will be able to use their degrees as a launching pad for securing professional positions in the aerospace industry, government, and business or pursuing advanced studies in graduate school.
Download information brochure about the program

Biomedical engineering

This degree program combines elements from a variety of disciplines, including biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, and engineering. Students will learn how to use this knowledge to create medical applications that improve our quality of life.
MIPT offers a hugely varied field of study in this program, so students can specialize in the area that appeals to them the most. The objects of undergraduate training on the biomedical engineering program are devices, systems, complexes, and basic medical technologies, as well as methods of research and information processing in practical health care and various fields of biomedical research.
Download information brochure about the program

To apply for the program of your interest, register on the project’s website: https://bachelor-ph.mipt.ru/

You are welcome to come to MIPT and experience the spirit of innovation, collaboration, and social consciousness that invigorates our research and enlivens our campus.

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