Deputy Consul General of Great Britain Awards Degrees at SUSU


A ceremony to award degrees to graduates of the academic programs of the Open University of Great Britain was held at the university.

The deputy consul general of Great Britain Matthew Osborne came to the South Ural region’s largest university to hold this ceremony. The representative of “Foggy Albion” also held a work meeting with the university rector, Alexander Shestakov. 

International Engineering School at SUSU within the Erasmus+ PWs@PhD Project

An international school, Mathematical and Computational Bases of Software Engineering, within the Erasmus+ project “PWs@PhD: Joint Programs and Framework for Doctoral Education in Software Engineering” will be held at SUSU from May 15th through 28th. More than 50 postgraduates and professors from the project’s partner-universities will attend the school. The Erasmus+ PWs@PhD project brings together 11 universities from 6 countries: Finland, Denmark, Great Britain, Jordan, Germany, and Russia.

Master’s Degree Student of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communication is a Winner of the International Translation Competition


Ksenia Naumova, a master’s degree student (LM-135) of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communication took first place at XVI International Youth Translation Competition Littera scripta, organized by the Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg).

A Special Mentality and Strong-Willed Character: SUSU Training the Intellectual Elite


For many, chemistry and physics are just educational disciplines and boring lessons. For others it’s a path to life and the beginning of a successful career. Alevtina Keller, director of the SUSU Institute of Natural Sciences, tells us about how Chelyabinsk is gaining its own researchers and computer geniuses.

6 Years of Successful Work: the SUSU Office of International Affairs Celebrates its Birthday


Today is 6 years from day of the founding of the Office of International Affairs at SUSU. We spoke to the head of the Office, Kseniya Yakovets about the OIA’s work, their main goals, and the results of their work.

– How did the Office of International Affairs appear?

To the Press Day – Press Will Always Live


Today journalists are celebrating the Press Day. We met Andrey Glushkov, the editor-in-chief of newspaper Technopolis, discussed the current condition of Russia’s press, and tried to figure out the history of this professional holiday.

– Do you know the history of the holiday? Why do some people celebrate it on May 5th, and the others – on January 13th?

Associate Professor of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities Submitted One of the Best Literary Translations at Eurasian Open 2017


The associate professor of the Russian Language and Literature of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities Denis Pelikhov was second at the XIV Eurasian Open 2017 for the best literary translation in the nomination “The Polish Language”. Participants of this nomination translated a sentimental poem by Franciszek Karpiński and an excerpt of the story for children written by the Polish writer of the XX c. Irena Jurgielewiczowa.

“Philosophy and Theatre”: A Play based on F.M. Dostoevsky’s Novel


The Department of Philosophy of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities in collaboration with the Municipal Autonomous Institution “The New Arts Theatre” (NAT) is implementing a new project “Philosophy and Theatre” in the framework of a strategic research area of the Department “Philosophical Practice”.

Participants of the Club Tournament of the Association of Student Sports Clubs Arrived in Chelyabinsk


The first day of the thirteenth All-Russian Club Tournament of the Association of Student Sports Club Russia wrapped up in the capital of the South Ural Region.

The All-Russian Club Tournament of the ASSC Russia began in Chelyabinsk. More than 220 people from 28 teams from all around the country gathered at SUSU.

A Prize for a Final Project: SUSU Student Architects Win a Contest of Projects of Residential Complexes in Milan


Well-known success of architectural education in the South Ural region: work by students of South Ural State University received first place in an international contest of 182 projects for a new residential complex in Milan. The high rise with a few different kinds of residences and developed public spaces should grow from the location of a previous parking lot to an actively developed business area for the city. It’s interesting that it was a final degree project that received first place, which just needs to be defended in the faculty of architecture itself.

Standing Guard over Ecology: Young SUSU Scientists Contributed to Developing “Electronic” Nose


Nowadays environment’s acidification is a very pressing matter not only on the Ural. Accumulated acid gases promote acid rains’ formation. Their influence increases the acidity level in water bodies, which is fatal for fish, amphibians, insects and bacteria.

“Search and Develop”: Director of the Cheyabinsk State Dramatic Chamber Theatre, Ilya Kolomeyskiy


Ilya Anatolyevich Kolomeyskiy completed post-graduate studies at SUSU in 2009 with a degree in history. Today this person, with colossal experience as an organizer and an infectious life energy, heads the Chamber theatre.

– Why did you decide to tie your life to culture?

SUSU students became winners of the regional stage of the Tournament Three Sciences


21-23 April in Tyumen was held a regional stage of the Tournament Three Sciences – team contest between students of Universities of Russia according to the decision published in advance of scientific problems in physics, chemistry and biology, presenting solutions in the form of presentations and protect them during the debate on the Scientific battlefield.

The tournament brought together 9 teams from around the Ural Federal district of South Ural State University, Tyumen state University, Tummy, TIU, CSU, Yourhow.

Foreign Participants of Total Dictation are Awarded at SUSU

This year more than 200 students from Turkmenistan, China, Mongolia, Iraq, Jordan, Laos, Egypt, Sri-Lanka, Yemen, Syria, Indonesia, etc. participated in Total Dictation. This is the record number in the country.

Participants performed test assignments based on the text of the dictation, whose author this year has become Leonid Yuzefovich. The most difficult was writing the text, and also the assignment for checking the degrees of comparison of adjectives. We should note that many international students have been studying Russian for less than a year.

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