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“Metallurgist-3” Takes Rector`s Cup

On April 25th, 2017, the ceremonial closing event of the first Spartakiad of students and staff from NUST MISIS`s student resident hall complexes took place in NUST MISIS’s Commune House conference hall. More than 400 people participated in the event. “Metallurgist-3” was crowned the overall champion of the event.

“Nationality” — A Trademark of NUST MISIS

On April 20th, 2017, NUST MISIS hosted the 4th traditional Day of Nationalities, which gathered more than 1,500 participants from 14 Moscow universities. Students from 30 world countries presented their traditional cultures and cuisines. Among the distinguished guests were representatives of the embassies of Vietnam, Mongolia, Afghanistan, countries of Latin America, and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.

NUST MISIS Holds Professional Orientation Forum “Digital Jungles” for Schoolchildren

On February 26th, 2017, NUST MISIS became a platform where schoolchildren and students could touch their future with their own hands. The project organizers, Digital Banana, operating through the support of NUST MISIS, held the large-scale event, which attracted 30 companies specializing in innovations in IT, biomedicine, and modeling to attend. The companies presented both their opportunities and needs to the eager students.

Moscow Becoming More Attractive for International Students

Moscow has improved its position in the QS Best Student Cities Ranking. The Russian capital, once again named the most attractive Russian city for international students, improved by 4 points and was slotted 39th among the 125 other world cities included in the ranking. Three more Russian cities entered the ranking for the first time — Saint Petersburg (78th position), Tomsk (91st position), and Novosibirsk (93rd position).

MISIS-GUU Enters KVN Premier League

In 2017, NUST MISIS KVN movement is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This anniversary season NUST MISIS KVN team members began with bright victory by successfully performing in XXVIII International Festival of KVN Teams “KiViN — 2017” in Sochi.

NUST MISIS Student Council Setting the Bar for Student Governments

The NUST MISIS Student Council has become the best among the leading universities in Russia in the “Student Trust” nomination. The results were obtained through a composition of the first “Ranking of Students Councils at Educational Institutions of Higher Education”. The award ceremony was held during the conference “The Establishment of Rankings for Students Councils”. The results were presented by Artem Khromov, a Student`s Rights Ombudsman.

MISIS Media Creates Best TV Programs in Russia

On November 29th, 2016, during the Russian student mass-media competition “Crystal Arrow — 2016”, our university’s student media-center MISIS Media, led by Alexander Igrevsky, was announced the winner in “The Best TV Program” category. Galina Buryanova (“Steel” (Stal`) Newspaper) received second place for “The Best Editor” category.

NUST MISIS Holds the First Mini Maker Faire in Russia

On July 9th & 10th, 2016, for the very first time in Russia, NUST MISIS hosted the Moscow Mini Maker Faire, the world`s most famous festival of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Moscow Mini Maker Faire — 2016 was organized under the international license of Maker Media, the famous founder of the maker movement.

NUST MISIS Endowment Fund Shows the Best Dynamic of Development Among Russian Universities

In 2015, NUST MISIS’s endowment fund showed the highest rate of growth among the endowments of Russian universities. The university nearly doubled its endowment, from 68 million rubles to 128.3 million rubles. This was announced at the IV International Forum of Universities held by RAEX Ranking Agency, where the university was awarded with the diploma for “Efficient Communications with Alumni”.

NUST MISIS Administration Meets with International Students

On May 16th, 2016, NUST MISIS administration met with international students. The main topics of the meeting were overcoming the language barrier and the development of the Center for Russian as a Foreign Language, which includes an increase in study hours, the creation of individual programs for students, and the constant improvement of teaching staff. Additionally, administration fielded questions on the student residence halls’ living conditions, plans for national holiday events, and the development of sports and cultural infrastructure.