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  • Participants of BRIDGE Project Share Their Stories and Achievements

    The international project BRIDGE started out as a research initiative meant to explore the possibility of enhancing university graduates’ presence on the labor market by letting them tackle real-life business challenges during their studies. The project has had six sessions since its launch in 2019. That same year, participants from ITMO University got the chance to travel to Finland, Norway, and Murmansk and recently met for the final session at their alma mater. During the week-long event, students attended lectures on entrepreneurship and project management, as well as tried their hand at solving problems faced by business communities. Here’s everything you need to know about the project’s results.


  • ITMO Enters QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2022

    ITMO University made it into the QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2022, an annual ranking of universities all over the world. It’s published by Quacquarelli Symonds, one of the leading analytical agencies in the field of higher education. This QS Ranking evaluates the employability of university graduates on the global market.


  • ITMO University In Top 40 of Latest QS EECA Ranking

    This time, ITMO was ranked 36th – 10 positions higher than last year. Since the ranking’s introduction in 2014, ITMO has managed to get up by 64 positions. 


  • ITMO University Expands Its Presence in Times Higher Education Subject Rankings

    The UK-based magazine Times Higher Education has published its annual subject rankings of the world’s best universities. This year, ITMO University is featured in five subject rankings – an increase compared to last year's three.


  • Student Science Open Day: Your Guide to ITMO Master’s Programs and Opportunities

    ITMO University has recently hosted Student Science Open Day to let first-year Master’s students get acquainted with all the opportunities the university provides. ITMO.NEWS sums up all the main points of the event in this guide that will help you develop in science, entrepreneurship, and teaching.


  • What is ITMO's Buddy System and How Does it Work?

    The Buddy System is a project that brings together international and Russian students. ITMO.NEWS met with its head Anna Gargalyk to learn more about the club’s foundation, its events and members, and also asked her to describe the ideal Buddy.


  • THE Ranking: ITMO University Secures Its Position Among Russia’s Top-10 Universities

    This Wednesday, September 2, the 2021 edition of Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE WUR 2021) was made public. ITMO University took eighth place among the almost 50 Russian universities present in the ranking, and was included in the world’s top 600 universities. 


  • Different Approaches, One Goal: International Week of Social Entrepreneurship at ITMO University

    All throughout the past week at ITMO University, seven teams from Russia, the US and Switzerland were developing social projects to then present them to the judges. The students and lecturers forming part of the groups interacted with their colleagues, discussed the difference in social entrepreneurship approaches in their countries, and exchanged experiences in order to come up with the most comprehensive solution for their tasks. Read on to find out how it all happened and what the participants learned from each other.


  • ITMO University Student Participates in BRICS International Youth Forum as Part of Russian Delegation

    On October 17-20, the capital of Brazil hosted the fifth BRICS International Youth Forum. The main topics for discussion were new educational formats, the development of soft skills, as well as entrepreneurship in the student community. Presenting his research at the panel session was Kirill Plugin, a fourth-year Bachelor’s student of ITMO University’s Information Technologies and Programming Faculty and co-founder of the Digital Generation club. Read on to learn more about the forum and its results. 


  • Chemistry Without Borders: 30 Russian and British Researchers Discuss Collaboration in Liverpool

    An international workshop on the development of complex materials and self-regulating chemical systems took place in Liverpool this October. It was organized by ITMO University and the University of Liverpool with support from the British Council. The main feature of the event was its interdisciplinary approach, as it brought together not only specialists in the field of chemistry, new materials development and energetics, but also physicists and IT, management systems, and robotics specialists. Over the course of three days, 30 Russian and British researchers shared the results of their projects and discussed prospects for collaboration.