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  • Individual Learning Tracks: How to Make the Right Choices

    Starting with their first day of studies, ITMO University students have the opportunity to create individual learning tracks. You will be able to choose the format of studies, the specific courses you want to take , the lecturers, and your class schedule. ITMO’s Department of Academic Affairs explains how to make your decisions without getting overwhelmed.


  • New Academic Year Begins at ITMO: What to Expect (Part I)

    The academic year at ITMO University starts on September 1, 2020. How will studies take place? Will I need to come to the university? When will I get the class schedule? Answers to these and other questions from students are available in this article. Find Part II of this article here.


  • How Course Assessment Influences the Quality of Education

    There are many tools for getting feedback from students, professors, graduates and other participants of the educational process. One of them is assessment. ITMO University conducts more and more surveys, the most highly anticipated are the ones on the quality of teaching in specific subjects. They began with assessment of the core set of disciplines. Two years of collecting feedback on these modules allowed us to understand what should be changed in order to make them better. In this article, the Center for Educational Management and Quality Assurance explains how students’ opinions influence the quality of education.


  • Active Learning: 7 Ways to Increase Students’ Motivation and Engagement

    As part of the ITMO.EXPERT project, ITMO University held a workshop on the strategies of active learning. Participating as speakers were the ITMO lecturers who’d recently completed an internship at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary: Anna Balabanova, a tutor at Foreign Language Training Center; Stanislav Kim, an engineer at the Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics; and Ivan Loginov, an assistant at the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems. More on the seven key active learning concepts discussed at the workshop in this article by ITMO.NEWS.