The First Electrotechnical University

Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI" is one of the world's largest education centers specializing in radio engineering, electrical engineering, electronics and computer science. University graduates get Bachelor's and Master's degree or specialist qualification. Today the University trains around 9000 students. Over 200 professors and PhDs work in the University. ETU "LETI" provides education in 19 scientific fields for Bachelors and 53 educational programs for Masters.

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Research in the field of computer support of mathematics education at ETU attracts international interest

Research in the field of computer support of mathematics education at ETU attracts international interest

21.02.2019

Sergey Pozdnyakov, professor of the Department of Algorithmic Mathematics, will make a report at the Technology and Psychology for Mathematics Education international conference.

The final phase of the Open Doors Olympiad for international Master’s programs enrollees has started

The final phase of the Open Doors Olympiad for international Master’s programs enrollees has started

20.02.2019

Over 22,000 international Master’s programs enrollees applying for 300 quotas for education at Russian universities took part in the first stage of the Open Doors Olympiad, co-organized by leading Russian universities within the Association of Global Universities.

ETU and the Federal Child Ecological and Biological Center became partners

ETU and the Federal Child Ecological and Biological Center became partners

15.02.2019

ETU and the Federal Child Ecological and Biological Center signed an agreement to cooperate in the field of child additional education.

Dismantling barriers for university collaboration in the international arena

Dismantling barriers for university collaboration in the international arena

12.02.2019

Representatives of leading Russian universities discussed new trends in university international cooperation at a roundtable meeting in Kazan.

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