We are pleased that you are interested in continuing your education with us here at the National University of Science and Technology MISiS. Our students come from around the globe to study at a leading, innovative Russian research university. We understand that there are many universities in the world to select from, but we are certain that you will cherish your time at NUST MISiS while receiving a world-class education and that you will enjoy living in the historic, vibrant capital city of Moscow.

There are different degree and non-degree academic program options at MISIS:

English-medium Master's Programs

With the help of 5-100 Russian academic excellence project we started to teach Master's programs in English since 2014. For more information we refer to the following pages:

Russian-medium Degree Programs

If you are interested in any of our programs taught in Russian and you are already fluent in Russian, please visit the official admissions page for official instructions in Russian to apply to your program at the undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate level.

Preparatory Russian Language Program

If you are interested in studying at MISIS in a degree program taught in Russian but need to learn Russian first or if you are just interested in improving your Russian language skills, you may want to join our Preparatory Russian Language Program.

Short-term Programs

One-Semester or One-year Student Exchange Programs

This non-degree mobility program is offered to international students from our Partner Universities who intend to spend 1 or 2 semesters abroad as exchange students in the framework of bilateral cooperation agreements.

Student exchange program participants choose 1 academic program at NUST MISiS to attend lectures, seminars and practical training from the curricula provided for the exchange period.

Student exchange programs are open to both undergraduate and graduate students, and also for postgraduate students who would like to attend lectures and seminars.

At the end of the exchange period students will receive an Academic Transcript.

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Summer Schools

Materials Science

The National University of Science and Technology MISIS (NUST MISIS) invites you to participate in our educational short-term program during the summer, the most wonderful time to visit Moscow and discover Russian culture and history.

Materials and technologies are traditionally strong sides of teaching and research at the NUST MISIS and we are looking for best young talents who are ready to join our international team.

Modern campus of the NUST MISIS is located close to the city center, only 10 minutes’ from the Moscow Kremlin. Participants of summer school are offered to stay at a comfortable residence hall, 20 minutes bus ride to the main campus.

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Modern Methods of Surface Engineering and Characterization of Advanced Functional Surfaces

The goal of the program is to introduce modern methods of surface engineering to obtain advanced functional surfaces, including nanostructured coatings, and show how they can be characterized using analytical testing at micro- and nano- scales.

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Project Management

Project management is a methodical approach to planning and guiding project processes from start to finish. Program will help define the goals and objectives of the project, determine when the various project components are to be completed and by whom, and create quality control checks to ensure that completed components meet a certain standard.

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Russian as a Foreign Language

The ultimate goal of the program is to teach RFL from CEFR A1 level (“Beginner”) and above, and get students acquainted with Russian culture and customs.

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A short course on Cambridge Engineering Selector software

1st Russian Materials Education Symposium and a short course with Cambridge Engineering Selector for teaching (CES EduPack) is going to be held at MISIS, October 19-21. Russian and international speakers from Germany, Spain, Sweden and the UK are confirmed.

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