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ITMO University and the YADRO company have launched a new corporate Master’s program – Tools for Software Development and Analysis. There, students will learn to create multifunctional developer tools, including code analyzers, fuzzers, IDEs and their components, such as debuggers and profilers. What’s more, graduates will be competent enough to develop new programming languages and their compilers.
The Master’s program Programming and Artificial Intelligence restarts with a new, improved format. This year, students will have a choice of two tracks, depending on whether they want to build their own individual learning tracks (applied) or focus more deeply on research in computer science (academic), as well as will be able to earn their degrees in one year within each track. Learn more about this year’s innovations below.
At ITMO, you can master IT even if you have a background in humanities – for instance, if you studied history or linguistics. Here are six Master’s programs that you can get into, no programming skills required.
ITMO is the only university in Russia where you can train to be a science communicator, develop services for the visually impaired, or become an infochemist. In fact, there are 10 Master’s programs at the university that will equip you with a unique set of interdisciplinary skills that’s unattainable at any other institution in the country. Explore them with this digest.
Want to start a career in IT but you already have an unrelated degree? Then you should consider applying for one of ITMO’s professional development programs in artificial intelligence. They are supported by the Russian government which covers 85% of each student’s tuition fee. There are two programs available: Data Analyst and Data Architect. The former is a good choice for complete beginners, while the latter is better suited for those with some prior IT knowledge. Keep reading to discover more about the programs and learn how to apply.
Starting this year, prospective Master’s students can join a Master’s and PhD combined track, which allows students to pre-select their supervisors, enroll into PhD programs exam-free, and shorten their time of study at the university from six to four years by taking higher-degree courses in advance. Currently, the track is open within seven Master’s programs – learn more about the opportunity below.
ITMO’s new Master’s program in applied photonics brings together quantum technologies, art, optical materials science, femtotechnologies, and terahertz technologies. Find out more about it in this article.
Decarbonization is a growing trend in the energy industry – all over the world, oil and gas companies are adopting technologies meant to curb their greenhouse emissions. In Russia, industry giants Gazprom and Lukoil have both launched decarbonization programs. However, as a nascent initiative, it still requires niche specialists, namely, engineers capable of operating the related equipment and designing recycling facilities. Starting this year, ITMO will train such specialists within its Master’s program Decarbonization Technologies for Fuel and Energy Industry. Read on to discover all you need to know about it.
The Russian IT industry is found lacking about 1 million specialists, with data scientists, machine learning specialists, and data analysts being in most demand. The good news is, these are the kind of specialists trained at ITMO’s Master’s program Artificial Intelligence. This online program offers industry-oriented practical training, in addition to a wide array of studying and career opportunities.
This year, ITMO is launching Design and Development of Big Data Systems, a new Master’s program that will train students to work with distributed big data systems, develop machine learning models, and perform analytics. Graduates of the program will work as data engineers, data architects, machine learning engineers, or backend developers. We took a closer look at the new program.