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  • ITMO Receives 5 Million Rubles to Support Young Scientists

    ITMO University has won the competition of student research associations organized by the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The university will use its 5-million-ruble grant to fund an international conference of young sciences, a career fair, a competition for the best scientific project, and nine other events that will help students find like-minded peers and boost their research skills.


  • KronBars Student Sports Club Wins 10 Million Rubles to Promote Sports in St. Petersburg

    ITMO’s KronBars student sports club has secured the second place in the Ministry of Sport-run national competition for best organization of sports activities on the university level. The club plans to use its 10-million-ruble grant to implement the University of Sport project: to organize events and competitions, start a running community, and update the pool of sports equipment at ITMO. 


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Among Federal Leaders

    On February 19, the Council on grants and state support for the development of advanced engineering schools assembled in Moscow. Valery Falkov, the Russian Minister for Science and Higher Education and the head of the council, discussed the results achieved by advanced engineering schools from all over the country with an expert committee. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School (AES) retains its leading position and is to receive 634 million rubles in grant support.


  • ITMO Retains Top Spot Among Priority 2030 Participants

    The Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education has summed up the second year of the national program Priority 2030. ITMO University has once again shown great results, maintaining its stance as the top participant of the Research Leadership track. In 2024, the university will receive an additional 529 million rubles on top of the base grant.


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Named Best in Russia

    Recently, the universities participating in the advanced engineering schools initiative have presented the results of the first year of their work to the Minister of Science and Higher Education Valery Falkov. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School came first among all other participants and will receive over 514 million rubles in grant support.


  • ITMO Named Best Within Priority 2030 Program

    Last year marked the launch of Priority 2030, a national program aimed at comprehensive development of the Russian higher education system. According to a recent performance review conducted by the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education, ITMO has demonstrated the highest results among the participants of the program’s research leadership track. This achievement secured the university with an additional 820 million rubles in funding to be received alongside the core part of the grant in 2023.


  • Creation of Advanced Engineering School at ITMO Approved by Russian Government

    ITMO University has been named a winner of the federal call for establishment of advanced engineering schools (AES). Results of the selection were announced by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin during a session of the Russian Government.


  • ITMO Team Successfully Presents Proposal for Advanced Engineering School

    Representatives of ITMO University unveiled the university’s proposal for an advanced engineering school to a committee of the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The establishment of such cutting-edge schools is the goal of an initiative launched by the Russian government with the aim of producing highly skilled specialists for the high-tech sector. Within this program, Russian universities, in partnership with leading companies, are expected to establish 30 engineering schools by 2030.


  • Russian Minister of Science and Higher Education Named as Chair of ITMO Highpark Board of Directors

    The implementation and funding of ITMO Highpark, a new campus currently under construction in the satellite city Yuzhny south of St. Petersburg, will now be carried out within the framework of the programs of the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education; the government body’s head, Minister Valery Falkov, has been chosen as the chair of the company’s board of directors. Maxut Shadayev, who heads the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, which was previously tasked with overseeing the project, will stay on as a member of the board.


  • ITMO Digital Generation Club Wins 5 Million Ruble Grant From Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education

    According to the results of the national contest among scientific student clubs, forty universities were granted financial support from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The contest’s leaders, among which are ITMO University, Lomonosov Moscow State University, the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, and the National University of Science and Technology (MISiS), received 5 million rubles to build a community of young professionals in artificial intelligence.