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Last Saturday, September 2, around 2,000 new members of ITMO.Family gathered in front of the Baltic House Festival Theater for ITMO.GO, the major celebration for first-year students at ITMO, to meet each other and get to know all about their university. ITMO.NEWS talked to the newcomers to learn more about their dreams and expectations for student life.
At ITMO, you don’t just study – you also do research, play at Russia’s top student sports club, run your own projects, and build up your career. But how do you find your way among all these opportunities and make the right choices? For newcomers to ITMO.Family, the university runs ITMO.ENTER – an offline/online marathon during which the recently-enrolled students can get to know all about ITMO.
ITMO.GO celebrated the newly-added members of ITMO.Family on the square in front of the Baltic House Festival Theater on the last day of summer. Students gathered to learn more about their new alma mater and make some new friends.
On September 4, three ITMO University locations hosted ITMO.GO, a great welcoming event to all first-year students. The celebration was the finishing touch in the week-long program of Introduction Days, where students had a chance to get to know each other and learn more about the opportunities provided by the university.
Interactive Games, Drones, and Thousands of Participants: ITMO.GO Celebration for First-Year Students in Review
On August 31, to mark the start of a new academic year, ITMO University hosted ITMO.GO, a large-scale celebration that brought together students, lecturers, staff, graduates, partners and friends of ITMO. During the event, over 4,000 first-year students of Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programs were officially welcomed into ITMO.FAMILY. At the celebration, they had an opportunity to learn more about the first days of their studies, take a fun photo with an A+ gradebook for luck, and also play chess, do some rowing or have a go at table hockey. Apart from that, the festivity marked the start of ITMO University’s 120th anniversary year celebrations, opened by Rector Vladimir Vasilyev.
The 2019/20 academic year marks a landmark point in our University’s history as we celebrate ITMO’s 120th anniversary of founding. Students, staff, and friends of the University can expect a variety of exciting events – competitions, workshops, meetups, and more – throughout the year. In this article, we take a look at everything to look forward to in the 2019/20 academic year.
The 2019 admissions campaign at ITMO University has come to an end, and the lists of students admitted into Bachelor’s and Master’s programs have been published. The entrants of this year’s Bachelor’s programs have exhibited traditionally high Unified State Exam scores: according to the Admissions Office, the average score per subject is 92.7 points, which is 2.5 higher than it was last year. A large percentage of 2019’s Master’s entrants are graduates of other Russian universities.
ITMO.GO is an annual event for welcoming new members to the ITMO.FAMILY, a community of staff, students, graduates, partners, and friends of ITMO University. This year’s celebration was attended by more than 5,000 people including ITMO Bachelor's, Master's and PhD first-year students. Keeping totradition, the grandiose open-air event was held at the square in front of the Baltic House theater in the verdured setting of Alexandrovsky park. The festivity was as fun as it was informative; ITMO newcomers not only had the chance to let their hair down before the start of their new academic adventure, but also learned about the exciting opportunities the university offers, enrolled into ITMO’s artistic and sport clubs, and enjoyed a virtual bike ride with the Rector.
It’s Go Time here at ITMO! The new academic year got off to a great start this Saturday at ITMO.GO. We caught up with some of our new students to find out about why they chose our university and learn about their hopes and dreams.
This Saturday, September 1, Russia celebrates Knowledge Day. But even if you’re a not a school or university student, there are plenty of great events to attend!