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  • Student Spotlight: Abdulkareem Al-Zubaidi, Yemen

    Meet Abdulkareem Al-Zubaidi, a 23-year-old Yemeni student carving his path in mechatronics and robotics at ITMO. From the serene village of Falina to the bustling streets of St. Petersburg, Abdulkareem's quest for knowledge and cultural exploration has taken him on a transformative journey. Read on to learn more.


  • Student Spotlight: Collins Awusa, Nigeria

    Introducing Collins Awusa, a first-year Bachelor’s student of mechatronics and robotics at ITMO. In this interview, Collins talks about his journey, challenges, and unexpected opportunities, including his participation in the World Youth Festival as a delegate from St. Petersburg. Stay tuned to gain insights into his unique experience and valuable advice for future students considering Russia for their education.


  • Student Spotlight: Mahmoud Hikal, Egypt

    In today's interview, we have the pleasure of chatting with Mahmoud Hikal, a 38-year-old dynamo who has made a resolute comeback to student life at ITMO, pursuing a Master's degree in robotics and AI. Mahmoud is a multifaceted individual with a slew of talents and hobbies. In his brief stint at ITMO, he has not only amassed trophies in sports, but has also showcased exceptional leadership skills. Join us as we uncover the inspiring journey of Mahmoud Hikal, a testament to resilience, versatility, and the pursuit of dreams.  


  • Why to Apply and How to Prep for Robotics Track at I Am a Professional

    Registration is ongoing for students who wish to try their luck at the I Am a Professional contest and compete for a cash prize of up to 300,000 rubles, internships at renowned Russian companies, and admissions privileges at the nation’s top universities. ITMO University is in charge of the contest’s three tracks, including Robotics, which is curated by Islam Bzhikhatlov, an associate professor at the Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics, who told us about what to expect this year and how to win the competition.


  • Student Spotlight: Elvis Harka, Albania

    In this series, we often talk to recent students but this time, it's different. Meet Elvis, an international student at ITMO who has spent over five years in St. Petersburg. With his vast experience of living abroad, he brings a lot of interesting perspectives to the table. His valuable tips are sure to help new students be better prepared for their journey to Russia. Take a look at his story. There’s surely something to learn for everyone.


  • Student Spotlight: Peter Simwanza, Zambia

    Meet Peter, a third-year Bachelor's student of electrical engineering from Zambia. In this conversation, he takes us on a journey through his homeland, sharing insights into the rich tapestry of Zambian culture. He also delves into his unique experiences as a student in St. Petersburg, shedding light on the challenges and triumphs he's encountered. Moreover, Peter unveils his future plans, offering us a glimpse of the path he envisions for himself beyond the classroom. Read on to learn more.


  • Student Spotlight: Ramin Dzhalalpur, Afghanistan

    In this candid and heartening interview, Ramin, an international student from Afghanistan, sheds light on his extraordinary life, remarkable achievements, and the poignant reality of his homeland's people, culture, and landscape. Amidst the pursuit of higher education at ITMO University, Ramin's story serves as an inspiration for many. Dive in! 


  • Student Spotlight: Tara Torbati, Iran

    Fate often takes you to unexpected places and your life ends up changing for good. Such has been the story of Tara, for whom winning a scholarship and pursuing a Bachelor’s degree at ITMO was all a coincidence! Read today’s Student Spotlight to find out the story of this recent ITMO graduate who faced all odds to attain success.


  • ITMO and Sberbank Take Partnership to Next Level With New Staff Training Center

    The strategic partnership between ITMO University and Sberbank in the field of robotics begins a new chapter: since 2019, the university and the banking company have offered the joint Master’s program Robotics and Artificial Intelligence; now, the program’s graduates will take leading roles as employees of the bank’s Robotics Laboratory. Here, they will work on cutting-edge R&D. The company is conducting projects on the international scientific frontier – more precisely, the field of embodied intelligence – with plans to develop the national high-tech market of service robotics.


  • IT Expertise and Modern Campus: Why Top Students Choose ITMO

    Last year, over 600 winners of various student contests enrolled at ITMO. Why do top student talents choose the university? What are their aspirations and career plans? We asked three winners of this year’s National Technological Contest in Intelligent Robotic Systems – and this is what they told us.