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  • Student Spotlight: Pham Dang Trung Nghia, Vietnam

    Nghia’s journey is not just an academic pursuit, but also a rich exploration of cultures, climates, and aspirations. With a passion for software engineering, his story offers a compelling glimpse into the world of international education and the convergence of diverse interests. Beyond his academic pursuits, we discover Nghia’s devotion to fitness and his unwavering love for sports. Join us as we unravel it all.


  • Student Spotlight: Fan Tuan, Vietnam

    Meet Fan, a jolly young man from Hanoi who is elated to be a part of ITMO.FAMILY! Currently a first-year Bachelor’s student of software engineering, Fan wants to be the best in his domain. He came to Russia to immerse himself in a new culture and broaden his mindset. At ITMO, he found great mentors, amazing friends, and a unique perspective on life. Read on to learn all about his exciting new life in St. Petersburg.


  • Student Spotlight: Bui Huong Giang, Vietnam

    Hailing from Vietnam, Bui Houng is a fourth-year Bachelor’s student of biotech whose favorite subject is bread technology – the study of different types of bread and how they’re made. Besides studies, she loves fashion design, modeling, and content creation. In this interview, we dive deep into her life and learn about all the memories that she has made over a period of almost five years in St. Petersburg.


  • Student Spotlight: Nguyen Thi Thuy Duong, Vietnam

    If traveling is a part of your New Year’s resolutions, then Vietnam should definitely be on top of your destination list. Filled with beautiful scenery, mouth-watering food, and kind-hearted people, this country is undoubtedly a great place to relax and rejuvenate. Interestingly, ITMO is home to a massive community of Vietnamese students and Thuy Duong is a recent addition to the family. But what led her to ITMO? Let’s learn from Duong herself!


  • Student Spotlight: Dong Do, Vietnam

    Being an international student isn’t easy, as you have a lot more to do in order to sync with other students. And studying science in Russian can be a massive challenge. Can one expect any help from friends? Learn more about the opportunities and challenges of studying at ITMO from Dong, an international Bachelor’s student from Vietnam.


  • Student Spotlight: Hang Ly, Vietnam

    Meet our Vietnamese international student: Hang Ly, who is currently studying Russian at ITMO’s Foundation Program. In this interview, she shares her thoughts on being an international student and learning Russian. Through her personal opinions and stories, you can find a lot of useful information about ITMO and St. Petersburg. Read on to get a glimpse of her summer plans, too.


  • Student Spotlight: Khánh Huyền, Vietnam

    Most students are afraid of math, but for this young woman from Vietnam, calculus and probability are things of joy. Meet Khánh Huyền, a student of ITMO University’s Foundation Program. Come September, she will enter the Bachelor’s program in programming and artificial intelligence. In this interview, she talks about her life as an international student at ITMO.


  • Student Spotlight: Chien Bui, Vietnam

    How does an international student feel about Russia after almost four years here? To find out, we got in touch with Chien Bui from Vietnam, a fourth-year Bachelor’s student in Information Technology and Programming at ITMO University and a front-end UI/UX developer. We talked to her about her experiences, memories, and future plans.


  • Student Spotlight: Le Trong-Minh and Võ Minh Thien Long, Vietnam

    There are currently over 150 international students from Vietnam studying at ITMO. Meet Le Trong-Minh and Võ Minh Thien Long, two Vietnamese international students, and get a glimpse of their country and their culture.


  • Student Spotlight: Nguyen Thi My Tu, Vietnam

    My Tu is a first-year Bachelor’s student of Software Engineering at ITMO University. This week, ITMO.NEWS contacted her to learn what convinced her to make the decision to study in Russia, her adaptation to life in St. Petersburg, and what it has been like to be a student at ITMO.