Every academic program of NUST MISIS includes the use of digital and distant learning technologies. Its amount is defined by the general professional educational programs of NUST MISIS.
The list of diseases that are considered legal ground for distant learning format is regulated by the Healthcare Department of Moscow. In case if you have a disease from the list, and submit a personal application (14.7 KB) addressed to the director of the Student Office via firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the legal ground and enclose the medical certificate justifying that you are diagnosed with such a disease.
According to the paragraph 7.5 of the Order № 23o.v. of 29.01.2021, faculty members 65+ y.o. and/or having chronic diseases are not allowed to face-to-face teaching Nevertheless, according to the paragraph 1.4 of the Order № 23o.v. of 29.01.2021, if a faculty member takes a decision to conduct offline classes they can do so based on a personal application to get a permission for university attendance with full conduction of the safety measures.
According to the order of the Government of the Russian Federation of March 16, 2021, international students from a number of countries are allowed to return to continue their studies.
Only countries with a safe epidemiological situation are recommended by Rospotrebnadzor.
Air communications are open between Russia and following countries: Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Greece, Egypt, India, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, Cuba, Maldives, United Arab Emirates, Seychelles, Serbia, Singapore, Tanzania, Turkey, Finland, Switzerland, Ethiopia, South Korea, South Ossetia, Japan.
The list of countries is regularly updated by Rospotrebnadzor, all the information is delivered to students through their personal accounts, as well as through official social media accounts and messengers of the university.
- Before purchasing plane tickets, check the list of countries on the NUST MISIS website or on the Rospotrebnadzor website.
- No later than 10 days before arriving in Russia, notify NUST MISIS of the date of entry by e-mail email@example.com and wait for a response.
- No earlier than 3 days before arriving in Russia, pass a PCR test for COVID-19 in your country and receive a certificate in Russian or English.
- Within 72 hours after entering the territory of Russia, pass a second PCR test. Prior to receiving the test results, observe the self-isolation regime.
- During the period of self-isolation, you will study online. International students are not allowed to study without the results of a repeated PCR test.
- If, during the self-isolation, international students develop the first symptoms of an acute respiratory illness (fever, sore throat, runny nose, cough), it is necessary to immediately inform the university about this and call a doctor.
According to the paragraph 1.3 of the Order № 23o.v. of 29.01.2021, if you are a foreign citizen and can’t attend face-to-face classes due to the travelling restrictions between your country and Russia, you need to submit a personal application (14.7 KB)addressed to the director of the Student Office via firstname.lastname@example.org and continue your study with the use of distant learning technologies.
The list of countries whose residents can enter Russian territory are specified in the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation №
If you can’t arrive to Russian by February 8, 2021, you need to purchase tickets for the closest possible day of arrival (in compliance with migration regulations, e.g., visa and invitation process) and submit a personal application (14.7 KB) addressed to the director of the Student Office via email@example.com for temporary study with the use distant learning technologies. You also need to attach the copy of your tickets to the application.
Russian citizens are not required to submit any health certificates to the dormitories upon their return to Moscow.
For the re-admission to studies at NUST MISIS, international students returning to Russia must provide two documents (in Russian or English) confirming negative results of COVID-19 PCR tests. The first test must be done no earlier than 3 calendar days prior to your arrival in the Russian Federation. The second test must be done within 3 days after your entry into the Russian Federation. Students must self-isolate until the second negative test result is received.
Accommodation fee has to be covered on a monthly basis in compliance with the extended contract.
In order to ensure the residents’ safety, the restrictive visiting policies will remain in effect in all dormitories until further notice.
There are air recirculators and hand-sanitizers installed at all security checkpoints. Security officers and dormitory staff members are provided with personal protective equipment. Wearing a mask is mandatory in all shared areas (elevators, hallways, kitchens etc.), all premises are cleaned and disinfected with enhanced frequency.
COVID-19 Preventive Measures
According to the paragraph 3 of the Order № 23o.v. of 29.01.2021, the university follows all precautions measures: enhanced cleaning, surfaces and air disinfection with the use of sterilization equipment that is safe to use near people. All entrances are equipped with mask stations as well as hand sanitizers. To enter the university, one must undergo mandatory contactless temperature examination. People with the signs of infection (fever, cough, nasal congestion) will not be allowed to enter the university.
According to the Order of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation № 63 of 28.01.2021, full-time educational programs are implemented based on the sanitary and epidemiological situation as well as COVID-19 spread patterns on a specified territory of the Russian Federation.
Students and staff of the university should follow safety measures: wear masks and gloves, keep social distance, use hand sanitizer.
The university is monitoring the epidemiological situation and in case of negative change is ready to take measures accordingly.