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  • ITMO Quest: A Mysterious Haiku in the Streets of St. Petersburg

    A mysterious haiku that appeared on billboards all around St. Petersburg led over 5,000 curious minds to a hardcore IT quest designed by ITMO’s experts. The first participant to get through all of the challenges secured the main prize – a place in one of the university’s Bachelor’s programs.


  • ITMO’s GreenTech Launches New Master’s Program in Environmental and Technosphere Safety

    ITMO’s Faculty of Energy and Ecotechnology (GreenTech) has launched a new program in environmental and technosphere safety, where students will also learn about metrology and standardization. Knowledge in these fields can be used for sustainable development, as well as at various organizations – from industry and engineering companies to governmental agencies. 


  • ITMO’s Faculty of Physics to Train Experts in Wireless Technologies

    Wireless Technologies, a new Bachelor’s program, is launching this year at the Faculty of Physics. The curriculum is tailored to students interested in radiophysics and high tech who are looking to pursue a career in industry or academia. Here is all you need to know about the program.


  • Admissions Office Opens at ITMO

    This Monday, June 20, ITMO University threw open the doors of its admissions office for applicants wishing to apply in person. This year, all prospective students can learn more about ITMO and its programs, as well as submit their documents, at Kronverksky Prospekt 49. As usual, online admissions are also open.


  • ITMO Holds First Forum for Winners of National Mega Contest

    This spring ITMO hosted the first national Mega Contest, winners of which can enroll into the university’s Master’s programs without entrance exams. A total of 1,348 participants, Bachelor’s graduates of years 2020 and 2021 from various Russian cities, competed in 13 tracks, with only 41 of them making it to the top. The winners received travel grants to get to the Mega Forum, where they got to know the university, advanced their skills at workshops, and participated in a hackathon.


  • 11th Congress of Young Scientists at ITMO Brings Together 2,000+ Russian Researchers from 66 Cities

    On April 4-8, ITMO University hosted the 11th Congress of Young Scientists. While the event had been held online in the past two years, it was now once again available offline, too, with 64 sessions held in the blended format. All in all, more than two thousand representatives of 160 scientific organizations and universities from 66 Russian cities took part in the event.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #4

    In this edition of our bi-weekly news digest, we’ve got: new MRI technology, a novel nanobot project that seeks to replace PCR testing, scientific success stories from ITMO’s finest, and, of course, the launch of our 2022 admissions campaign! Read on to learn more.


  • ITMO Launches 2022 Admission Campaign

    Prospective students can submit their applications for Master’s programs starting on March 1, Bachelor’s programs on April 1, and PhD programs on April 15, 2022. Choosing your program and applying for it has never been easier thanks to the newly updated admissions website. Read on to find out how to apply and which new features to expect in 2022.


  • ITMO Launches New Master’s Program in Computer Vision

    The university’s School of Physics and Engineering is launching a new Master’s program. Studies will take place at the intersection of three disciplines: videosystems engineering, physical optics, and computer science. The program’s graduates can work as programmers and engineers, capable of creating systems that process images and video. Here’s what the new program will offer – and how to apply.


  • ITMO Launches New Corporate Master’s Program in Digital Systems Engineering

    The new Master’s program titled Digital Systems Engineering will operate within ITMO’s Higher School of Engineering and Technology. Established recently, the school brings together the university’s Research Institute of Light-Guided Photonics, the Research and Development Center “Precision Electromechanics”, and the Engineering and Technology Center. The new program follows a project-oriented approach, thus making it possible for students to gain hands-on experience developing real-world equipment and receive a salary as university researchers. Here’s what you need to know about the new program.