An exhibition of brand-new equipment produced by German Company called IKA WERKE, one of the world’s leaders in the market of laboratory and analytical technologies, took place at South Ural State University. The event was organised in cooperation with Russian Joint Stock Company called Laboratory Equipment and Devices.
On March 25, 2019 the winners of the 2018 – 2019 Vladimir Potanin Fellowship Programme grants contest were announced. This year’s winner of the grant on developing a Master’s course is Head of the Department of Modern Languages of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications Ksenia Volchenkova.
The SUSU International Office would like to invite SUSU foreign language teachers to take part in grants.
Grant 03.09. Fulbright Program for Young English Language Teachers in the USA
On March 18th a School of Training Volunteers for the 2020 International Events began its work at South Ural State University. Its students will be provided with all the competences required of a volunteer participating in the major events in Chelyabinsk and our region.
Within the All-Russian Festival of Science, South Ural State University is to organise Days of Student Science on April 2 and 3.
The purpose of the event is to support talented students, encourage their creative activity and form a motivation to carry out research, results of which could be transformed into a demanded product. The Festival is traditional for SUSU; for the seventh time it is going to give students a chance to present and defend their projects.
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At the SUSU Centre of Testing and Language Training, foreign citizens can test their knowledge of Russian and obtain an international certificate.
This certificate is recognised by the Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE), which has unified control in holding certified exams in foreign languages.
On the International Students’ Day, a match of all-time stars of the Student Hockey League is to be held at South Ural State University. A video conference entitled “Students meeting the outstanding Russian hockey player, coach Vladislav Tretiak” was held at SUSU.
On March 27, a meeting of Vice-Rector for Research, Aleksandr Diakonov, with sales director of CityAir LLC Andrey Samodin and director general of Ecopass LLC Evgeny Lepinin took place at South Ural State University. As a result of the meeting, an agreement on cooperation has been signed. These companies are one of the leaders in the Russian Federation in the sphere of developing solutions for air pollution assessment.
One key area of development in metallurgy today is the creation of new materials with especially high density, which can be used in the aerospace, aviation, military, and electric power industries. Researchers from South Ural State University are working with materials that are promising for all of these fields.
In 2005, the Slovak Republic Government approved the establishing of a National Scholarship Programme to support the mobility of students, postgraduates, academics and research fellows of universities. The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic (NŠP) is funded by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.
SUSU offers its students and staff to apply for a grant jointly with Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (Nitra, Slovakia).
The ceremony of awarding the Polytechnic ice hockey team, which celebrates its 70th anniversary, took place at SUSU. The athletes became bronze medalists in two championships.
The team has been through a lot over the 70 years, but it has always been the leader in hockey of our region and even the country. This year, SUSU’s hockey team traditionally participated in the Championship of the Chelyabinsk region and took the honorable third place.
Over the past 20 years more than 2,000 specialists and students of Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes on linguistics and translation, theory and methods of teaching foreign languages, applied linguistics and philology, regional studies, and international relations have graduated from the SUSU Institute of Linguistics and International Communications.
The festival of student creativity at South Ural State University, Spring at SUSU 2019, has ended.
Every year, hundreds of students demonstrate their creativity in various fields. This year, the students showed their talents at two venues: in the SUSU Activity Hall and at the Mannequin Theatre Studio.
SUSU-TV presents the second episode of the authorial programme hosted by Igor Klebanov and called “Zolotoye Secheniye” (“Golden Cross-section”). In this episode, the Associate Professor and senior research fellow at the Department of System Programming of South Ural State University’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Candidate of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics) in an interesting and understandable way talks about quantum computer.
South Ural State University provides its students, academic and administrative staff with all the opportunities not only for self-fulfilment, but for proper rest as well. They can recharge their batteries being away from the hustle and bustle of the city and get positive vibes in a pleasant atmosphere at the SUSU’s “Nepryakhino” Sports and Recreation Complex, which has been functioning for more than 60 years now.
A celebration of Nowruz was held at South Ural State University. SUSU international students from Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan performed their folk songs and dances and introduced the audience to the traditions of greeting spring and the New Year by the solar calendar.
Did you know that March 23 is a special day as people around the world celebrate World Meteorological Day? Meteorology is the study of atmospheric phenomena, particularly, weather. It is a necessary discipline that focuses on examining weather patterns and forecasting. Meteorology studies tornadoes, hurricanes, storms, fires, and many other phenomena that affect our life on the planet. Meteorology has numerous applications in various fields, including military, energy, agriculture, etc.
February 26 through March 2, delegation from South Ural State University made an official visit to Uzbekistan. Previously, by the results of the Russian-Uzbek Educational Forum entitled “New Employees for the New Economy” which was held in Tashkent on October 18 and 19 of 2018 and featured Presidents of both Russia and Uzbekistan, a final resolution has been published. This resolution states the necessity to establish branch institutions of Russian higher education institutions in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
As part of the 4th International Scientific and Educational Forum entitled “Communication Leader of the 21st Century”, which is being held at SUSU with the support from the European Journalism Training Association, the results were announced for the Media Planet international contest and festival of school and student mass media.
South Ural State University took part in the 4th Annual National Exhibition and Presentation entitled “EXPO – 2019 Russian Educational Exhibition” held in the capital of Mongolia, the city of Ulan Bator. Represented at the Exhibition were leading higher education institutions and secondary vocational education institutions of Russia.
“Fact-Checking and New Media” was the title of a roundtable discussion that took place within the 4th International Scientific and Educational Forum called “Communication Leader of the 21st Century”, which is being held at SUSU under support of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA).
March 18th through 24th is the Week of the Institute of Engineering and Technology held at South Ural State University. In the frameworks of the Week, a scientific-and-entertaining event called MetalQuest and organised for students by the Faculty of Materials Science and Metallurgy Engineering was held.
Studentship is one of the most eventful periods in each person’s life. South Ural State University provides students with multiple opportunities for self-fulfilment and development of leader’s qualities. Extracurricular activity of SUSU students closely related with development of soft skills, which include the ability to be a leader and work in a team, be communicative, master the art of time management, and many other things. Students can learn all of this at SUSU!
Presentation of a research monograph entitled “Modern Media Space as a Motivator for Society’s Humanization” was held within the 4th International Scientific and Educational Forum called “Communication Leader of the 21st Century” organised at SUSU under support of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA).