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Study Management in Russia in Master in International Business.

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Study Master in International Business in Russia (in English) under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Management (in English)

Specialization: International Business in Russia (in English)

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

About the Program

The program’s mission is to ensure that students develop a strong competency in international business practices and a deep understanding of the global business environment.
The world is changing rapidly and the dynamic global economy mandates a new generation of business leaders with global thinking and proactive mind. More and more local companies today become dependent on global markets. To succeed in this complex environment, a traditional business education is incomplete. Today’s successful business leaders must possess a long-term vision of tomorrow’s risks and opportunities in the world market place, essential not only for global companies but also for those aspiring to be.
The Master of International Business program is a unique hybrid of a business degree and an international affairs degree. The MIB aims to equip students with both the traditional business skills and the knowledge in the political, economic and socio-cultural aspects of the global marketplace. Unlike the standard MBA which is insufficiently international or globalizes functionally oriented curricula, this program ensures that graduates not only understand how companies operate, but also the complex context in which they operate.
This unique innovative program is the first of its kind in Russia. The curriculum and the core aspects of the program meet the requirements of the world’s most advanced MIB programs.
MIB business partners:
Henkel, Volga-Dnepr Group, American Chamber of Commerce in Russia, Michelin, Unilever
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Unique Features

Why MIB?

Are you dissatisfied with your first career choice? Do you dream about a successful international career? Or are you simply looking for more knowledge to advance in your current position or start your own business domestically or abroad? Or perhaps you are interested in international affairs but would like to have a more practical application to your degree?
Then the Master of International Business (MIB) program will help you become a successful business leader in this politically, socially and economically challenging and exciting world. The MIB program recruits the best teaching faculty and business professionals to deliver the most competitive curriculum and enable students to make the most out of their learning experience.

Program benefits:

• The program is practice-oriented
• Some courses are taught by senior executives of global and multinational companies, including PricewaterhouseCoopers; Michelin; Egon Zehnder International
• Students are offered a wide variety of elective courses to customize their education
• Students may choose to study at a partner university abroad for one semester
• Students do a real-life consulting project for a client – one of the program’s business partners
• Students stay constantly exposed to the real business world through regular workshops, projects and master-classes presented by company executives at all levels

• Evening and Saturday classes enable students to work and study at the same time

• Students build extensive networks for future career

Our graduates will be able to:

• Analyze foreign and domestic markets
• Assess regional political and economic risks and opportunities
• Make financial and investment decisions
• Hone in negotiation and dispute resolution skills
• Understand the social and cultural influences on doing business globally
• Create a business plan for a new venture
• Effectively use various marketing and advertising tools
• Manage consulting projects
• Conduct strategic company planning
• Select the best business format and strategy of foreign market entry
• Collect, process and present data necessary for project completion and planning

Learning outcomes

Our goal is to train managers, experts and analysts with global thinking and proactive mind.
Students can create a specialized, flexible curriculum to either expand their previous knowledge or acquire new skills
Graduates are prepared to work in the global arena and become managers, consultants and executives in international companies

Curriculum:

The ‘International Business’ master’s program is a 2-year on-campus program.
Classes are taught in the evenings and on Saturdays.
The language of instruction is English.
The final state certification takes place after thesis defense.
In the first semester of the second year of study students may choose to study abroad at any partner university.
The second semester of year 2 is dedicated to practical work including thesis preparation.
Program structure
Our students take advantage of a wide variety of core and elective courses to customize their education .
The ‘International Business’ master’s program consists of the following study blocks:
• core courses
• elective courses
• adaptational courses
• optional courses
• ‘International Business Consulting’ project
• practical and research work (including one term paper project)
• final project (thesis)
Core courses form the foundation of skills and knowledge in the key areas of international business and international affairs. Students take the core courses in their first year of study. In order to gain analytical and research skills students attend a scientific and research seminar, which enables them to prepare for the term project and choose the thesis topic.
For students who do not have a substantial background in global economy, international affairs, finance and management the program offers adaptational courses aimed at building a solid base for further more in-depth knowledge of specific subjects.

Elective courses allow students to customize their education to suit their own interests and career goals. The elective courses are offered in both the first and second years of study. Through elective courses students build the unique expertise and marketable skills in the areas of their choice.

‘International Business Consulting’ is the program’s key consulting project. In this course students do real-life consulting projects for participating international companies. Students work on this team project in groups of 3-5 under the supervision of the company manager. This is an ideal opportunity for students to submerge in the real business world as consulting interns and gain additional practical experience.

Core courses

  • International Business Research
  • Strategic Management of International Companies
  • Foundations of Managerial Economics
  • Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • International Corporate Finance
  • International Marketing
  • World’s Business Cultures and International Business Negotiations
  • International Business Consulting

Elective courses

  • Global Political Economy and Interaction Between Business and
    Politics
  • Political Aspects of International Business
  • International Organizations
  • International Trade
  • International Business Transactions
  • Legal Aspects of International Business
  • International Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • International Entrepreneurship
  • International Financial Management
  • International Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Comparative Financial Regulation and Taxation
  • International Marketing Strategies
  • International Market Research
  • International Advertising
  • Doing Business in EU
  • Doing Business in North America
  • Doing Business in Asia
  • Doing Business in Russia

Adaptational Courses

  • World Economy
  • International Relations

MIB Program benefits

  • Program is practice-oriented
  • Students effectively combine work and study

  • Students work on a real-life consulting project for the corporate client as part of the curriculum
  • Some courses are taught by experienced business executives
  • Classes feature many guest speakers from relevant fields of business
  • Career Development class
  • MIB Double Degree with the University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, MIB program USA
  • One semester study at one of the partner universities abroad
  • Opportunity to build extensive networks for future career

Other partner universities/programs
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, USA
University of Parma, Italy
University of Luxembourg

Employment opportunities

The interdisciplinary Master of International Business program is developed for students who have a strong commitment to a career in international business.
MIB graduates are prepared to become managers, consultants and executives in international companies, their foreign affiliates, branches and representative offices.
Our graduates have a strong competitive advantage at the start of their career as they possess the managerial skills as well as the knowledge in economics, politics, foreign policy, international law, and regional specializations.
Employers of MIB graduates and current students
• PricewaterhouseCoopers
• KPMG
• Ernst&Young
• L’Oreal
• Embassies in Russia
• Michelin
• Henkel
• Kraft Foods
• Sakhalin Energy Investment Company
• Vogue

For applying to study Master in International Business in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Management in Russia in Master in Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation.

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Study Master in Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation in Russia (in English) under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

Come study with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, the official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities and Russian National Research State Universities.

Degree/Field of study: Master in Management (in English)

Specialization: Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation in Russia (in English)

Duration: 2 years
Language: English
Deadline: August 10th. If students miss the deadline, they are advised to take a one year Russian Preparatory course which will give them an opportunity to be independent, work in Russia as well as enjoy the social life in Russia freely. After one year they will be admitted in the 2-year English medium Master program.

About the Program

The Master’s program is developed for ambitious students who share our vision: Understanding, exploring, developing, and teaching about the interaction of science, technology, and innovation with society, organizations, and countries as well as generating sustainable value and achieving measurable success from these interactions.
Highly talented students interested in studying science, technology, and innovation from a broad perspective are invited to the 2-year English-language MSc program―Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation― of one of Russia’s leading research universities. Students will receive instruction in Moscow, take courses at international partner universities, do internships in Russia or abroad, and undertake a Master’s thesis during their final semester of study. This program combines theoretical education and practical experience, and includes international expertise and experience. The personal qualities and intellectual potential of the students enrolled in the program will be enriched and developed so that they will be able to apply policy and management skills in science, technology, and innovation to work undertaken during their subsequent careers with companies, organizations and government bodies.

Opportunities

• International lecturers from University of Manchester, University of Ottawa, Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), Middle East Technical University (Turkey), George Washington University (USA), OECD and the other leading centres
• Opportunity to study 1–2 modules at partner universities: Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), Middle East Technical University (Turkey), University of Bremen (Germany)
• Double degree programmes with Maastricht University (the Netherlands) and Technische Universitaet Berlin (Germany)

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Unique Features

1. You can only find such a programme at HSE.
No other program like this exists in Russia, and there is no program abroad that is structured quite like this. The Master’s Program combines two areas – one concerns management, innovations, and technologies at companies, while the other focuses on public policy and regulation. The reason for this is that there are a great deal of common competencies and skills that are in high demand within both business (companies) and government agencies. Universities typically separate management and public administration, but since HSE has the freedom to design its own educational standards, only here does the opportunity exist to create a ‘combined’ program of this nature.

2. Applicants to the program are some of the most qualified.
Even in its first year of existence, the Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation Program was named one of our top-7 master’s programs based on the qualifications of its applicants. On the one hand, the program admits students with bachelor’s degrees from us and other university, but on the other, the program brings in students who already have practical experience at scientific organizations and in the business of innovation. The first class that was admitted even included someone with a PhD in the natural sciences.
Last year’s program also admitted an entire group of international students and Olympiad winners. This year’s applicants include students from the U.S., France, Italy, South Korea, Romania, and Poland, who are all being admitted within the university’s quotas.

3. Your instructors will include prominent businessmen and former Prime Ministers.
The program is taught by not only full-time instructors, many of whom are international specialists in their field, but also by visiting professors and renowned American and European lecturers. The Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation Program also features workshops given by leading experts from development institutes, investment companies, and large businesses. Such people include the former Prime Minister of Finland Esko Aho, who is an expert on structural and industrial policy and a member of the program’s Academic Council, Giorgio Sirilli, former chairman of the OECD Working Party of National Experts on Science and Technology Indicators (NESTI) etc.

4. You will be able to study at partner universities abroad.
In total, the Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation Program has five cooperation agreements with foreign universities – two agreements for dual-degree programs and three for student exchanges and transfer credits. Students are able to complete a dual degree at Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) in Germany or Maastricht University in the Netherlands, or study abroad at Seoul National University in South Korea, Middle East Technical University in Turkey, or the University of Bremen in Germany. In the upcoming academic year, four students are already planning to head to Seoul National University and the University of Bremen.

5. You can put your knowledge to use during an internship.
All students complete an internship during the program at places like the Russian Venture Company, large industrial companies, and various federal ministries. Students who are more interested in research typically intern at our Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) or they go abroad to work on joint research projects between ISSEK and other universities and organizations. This year, for example, several students were chosen to intern with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris and Joanneum Research and the Centre for Social Innovation in Vienna. Several students from the program’s first class have already published preprints in English. The program’s format allows students to intern and study at the same time, as the program is full-time, but classes are held in the evening.

6. You will broaden your career opportunities.
The program’s plan of study has disciplines related to foresight, which is one of the most prospective career directions in the field. In their second year, students are offered special ‘advanced’ course in corporate foresight. This greatly broadens future job opportunities for graduates’ career growth.

Core courses

(39 credits)
1. Scientific Research Methods for STI
• Scientific Research Methods
• Organising and conducting empirical studies
• Methods of data analysis and interpretation
• Presentation of results

2. Economics of Innovation
• Innovation and economic growth
• Innovative behaviour of companies: economic models
• National innovation systems: typologies, elements and interrelations between factors

3. Strategies in STI management
• Governance firm STI
• Innovation strategies of companies
• Developing corporate innovation strategy

4. STI Policy
• Contemporary approaches to public STI policy formulation
• STI policy instruments
• Framework conditions for STI development: linkages with other public policies
• STI policy evaluation

5. Measurement of STI
• Methodologies of STI statistics
• Research and development statistics
• Measuring R&D performance
• Technology development statistics
• Innovation statistics

6. Foresight and Strategic Planning
• Basic concepts and principles of Foresight
• Foresight methods and tools
• Foresight and strategic planning

Elective courses

(18 credits)
1. Finance of Innovation
• Financing innovation in companies
• Risks of investment in innovation
• Methods for assessing investment opportunities of innovation projects
• Venture capital

2. Intellectual Property Management
• Ownership of ideas and intellectual property rights (IPR) protection
• IP management strategies in organizations
• Evaluation of IPR

3. Corporate Foresight
• Basic concepts of Corporate Foresight
• Foresight in decision making
• Roadmapping as a tool for priority setting

4. Managing Creativity and Innovation
• Managing creative process
• Idea generation techniques
• Creativity and corporate culture

5. Public Private Partnerships (PPP) for STI
• The role of PPP in STI
• PPP mechanisms in the field of innovation
• Assessment of PPP performance in the field of innovation

6. Regional STI Policy
• Objectives of regional STI policy
• The Smart Specialisation concept
• Analysis of regional innovation performance

7. Social Studies of STI
• Theoretical foundations of STI Studies
• Social analysis of STI
• Public perception of Science and Technology
• Innovation behaviour of population

8. International Strategic Alliances
• Corporate strategy alliances: definitions and overall framework
• Alliance design and formation
• Ongoing alliance management
• International alliances in the Russian context
• Alliance portfolios
• Interorganizational networks: informal alliances
• Alliances and acquisitions
• Reflections on alliance management

9. Mergers and Acquisitions
• M&A strategies: acquirors’ and targets’ perspective
• Valuation
• The deal
• Integration

Course work (15 credits)

University Pool Discipline

(3 credits)
Students have to choose any discipline which is included in the university pool of courses.
The Master’s Program “Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation” offers 2 courses which are included in the university pool of courses.
1. History of Technological Development in Society
• Episodes of technological and societal development in mechanization,communications, electronics, computers, power & energy, and military technology
• Concepts of ‘technological lock-in’, serendipity-effects and unintended consequences
• Ethical and moral issues associated with technological choices

2. Management of Public Research Institutions (PRI)
• Institutional organization of public research institutions
• Core activities of PRIs and support functions
• Human resource management in PRIs
• Incentive schemes for scientists and researchers in PRIs
• Management of intellectual property for PRIs
• Commercializing research outputs
• Research and exploitation strategies for PRIs
• Invention disclosures in PRIs
• Course work

During the first year of studying students complete course works in either an essay form or a project form.

Research seminar (15 credits)
• During the research seminar students are trained to work on scientific projects, academic writing, presentation skills and essay preparation in the first 2 modules. In the subsequent modules students carry out independent research tasks and write an essay in each module. Essay writing is complemented by presentations of the essay and discussion among the students.

Adaptive English language
• The aim of the English language course at the beginning of the program is to develop language and communicative skills such as leading a discussion, expressing view points, negotiating, reading scientific texts, understanding structure and language of contracts, developing critical thinking and summarizing the ideas.

Master thesis
• The Master Thesis is prepared during the final 2 modules (2nd year, modules 3 and 4) accompanied by practical work. The Master thesis theme will be defined according to the Master programm topics. The practical work should follow the Master thesis topic with special emphasis on solving practical problems using knowledge and competences acquired during the program and preparing the Master thesis. The Master thesis is awarded with 24 credits.

Internship
• The internship program is designed to allow students to engage in professional relationships with ministries, agencies and corporations. The internships will be negotiated by the student with the prospective employer. We will approve the agreements and assure that internship positions are in accordance with the Master program curriculum and guidelines. After the practical work students prepare a report outlining the major duties and results of their internship. 15 credits will be awarded for the internship.

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Employment opportunities

The combination of specialized education in STI policy and corporate innovation management opens broad opportunities with national and foreign employers:
POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS IN RUSSIA:

  • Federal and regional government agencies
  • Development institutions and science foundations
  • Industrial enterprises
  • National research centres
  • Large-scale innovative projects
  • Regional innovation clusters
  • Public research centres and science cities
  • R&D and innovation centres of multinational companies
  • International and domestic consulting companies
  • International organizations
  • National research universities

ABROAD

  • Government policy and funding agencies
  • Consultancies
  • Universities and research institutions
  • Industrial enterprises
  • Multinationals with R&D and innovation centres
  • Consultancies

For applying to study Master in Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation in one of the leading National Research Russian State University go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Studying Medicine in Russia

Come study in leading Russian State Universities with Council for Foreign Education in Russia the official umbrella body executing the functions of the University’s International Department in the Indian subcontinent, Middle East and Africa.

Today students coming to study Medicine / Dentistry / Pharmacy in Russia will find that Russian State Medical Universities are a major center for training, certification and upgrading for international undergraduates, graduates, medical personnel and pharmacists. Academic studies in Russian State Medical Universities are closely integrated with fundamental and applied research, providing highly quality medical care to the population and promoting the advances of medical science and pharmaceutics.

Masters in Medicine and related fields

  1. Biotechnology (MMA)
  2. Public health (MMA)
  3. Management – Healthcare
  4. Social work
  5. Fundamental Medicine (PSU)
  6. Clinical Medicine (PSU)
  7. Pharmacy (PSU)
    • Management and Economics of pharmacy
  8. Dentistry (PSU)
    • General Dentist
    • dental Therapy
    • Dental Surgery
    • Dentistry Orthopaedic
    • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

PhD in Medicine and related fields

  1. Fundamental Medicine (PSU)
    • Pathological anatomy
    • Pathological Physiology
    • Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology
  2. Clinical Medicine (PSU)
    • Cardiology
    • Traumatology and Orthopaedics
    • Surgery
  3. Biological Sciences (MMA)
    • Biophysics
    • Molecular BIology
    • Biochemistry
    • Biotechnology (Bionanotechnology)
    • Botany
    • Microbilogy
    • Genetics
    • Parasitology
    • Cell biology, cytology, histology
    • Physiology
  4. Fundamental medicine (MMA)
    • Human Anatomy
    • Pathological Anatomy
    • Pathological Physiology
    • Forensic medicine
    • Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology
    • Aviation, space and sea medicine
    • Clinical Immunology, Allergology
    • rehabilitation, Sport Medicine, medicine, physical therapy (therapeutic physical training), balneotherapy (spa medicine) and physiotherapy
  5. Clinical Medicine (MMA)
    • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • endocrinology
    • Diseases of the ear, nose and throat
    • internal Medicine
    • cardiology
    • psychiatry
    • eye diseases
    • pediatrics
    • infectious diseases
    • Skin and venereal diseases
    • neurological disease
    • oncology
    • Beam diagnostics, therapy
    • stomatology
    • Traumatology and Orthopedics
    • phthisiatry
    • surgery
    • Pediatric Surgery
    • Anesthesiology and Intensive Care
    • Hematology and blood transfusion
    • rheumatology
    • urology
    • pulmonology
    • Cardiovascular Surgery
    • narcology
    • gastroenterology
    • nephrology
  6. Medical and prophylactic work (MMA)
    • hygiene
    • epidemiology
    • Public health and health care
    • medicine Sociology
  7. Pharmacy (MMA)
    • The technology of obtaining drugs
    • Pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacognosy
  8. Psychological Science (MMA)
    • Medical Psychology
    • Social Psychology

chemistryStudy Chemistry in Russia

Come study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia, official International Education partner of leading Russian State Universities under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students! Choosing to study Chemistry in a leading Russian State University or a National Research Russian State University will render you the following advantages:

  • Research is integrated into learning
  • Bilingual diploma: in Russian and English languages
  • Enhanced opportunities for career development
  • European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
  • Practice and traineeships in leading Russian and foreign companies
  • Access to research and technological resources
  • Modern educational technologies
  • low Professor: student ratios
  • Multilingual Professors speaking english, german, french will create a better understanding and creative environment for the student
  • Russian State Universities have a reputation for high quality research
  • Common core in years 1 and 2 for all engineering students
  • Final choice of specialisation can be made at start of year 3

study CHEMISTRY in MITHT

DEPARTMENT of Fine technologies in Medicine, Pharmacy and Biotechnology

BACHELORS

  1. Chemistry
    • Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

DEPARTMENT of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials

BACHELORS

  1. Chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistry and the chemistry of coordination compounds
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Colloidal chemistry and physical and chemical mechanics
  • Polymer
  • Chemistry of organometallic compounds

MASTERS

  1. Inorganic Chemistry
  2. Analytical Chemistry
  3. Organic chemistry
  4. Physical Chemistry
  5. Colloid Chemistry

DEPARTMENT of Chemical engineering and Power sources

BACHELORS

  1. Chemistry
  • Petrochemicals

DEPARTMENT of Protection of the environment

BACHELORS

  1. Chemistry
  • Environmental chemistry, chemical expertise and environmental safety

MASTERS

  1. Colloid Chemistry
  2. inorganic Chemistry
  3. organic chemistry
  4. Physical Chemistry
  5. Medicinal Chemistry
  6. Macromolecular Chemistry

PhD

  1. Inorganic Chemistry
  2. Analytical Chemistry
  3. Organic chemistry
  4. Physical Chemistry
  5. Macromolecular compounds
  6. High Energy Chemistry
  7. Colloid Chemistry
  8. Kinetics and Catalysis

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post-PhD

  • Inorganic chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry
  • Polymer
  • Chemistry organometallic compounds
  • Colloid Chemistry
  • Petrochemicals
  • Kinetics and Catalysis

For applying to study Chemstry in one of the leading Russian State Universities and National Research State Universities go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

Study Petroleum Engineering in Russia with a Bachelors degree in Drilling of Oil and natural Gas wells  GAS DRILL gas-drilling

BACHELORS in Petroleum Engineering in Russia

Come study in Russia in TPU (founded in 1896), Tomsk, Council for Foreign Education in Russia’s official partner.

Study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia as it is in a strategically strong position due to its location in Russia and its relationship with top Petroleum Engineering faculties to impart quality education in Petroleum Engineering to international students.

The demand for new engineers is expected to continue well into the future as a large number of practising engineers are approaching retirement age, creating new opportunities for young graduates. Oil and gas production is a worldwide business with possibilities of overseas assignments or involvement in major overseas projects.

In our petroleum engineering program, low Professor: student ratios, research is integrated into learning , European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) , access to research and technological resources and ability to re pass the exams every semester if the student fares not satisfactorily or falls sick or is out f station for some genuine reason.

Several worldwide trends ensure that the strong demand for petroleum engineers will continue. The ever-increasing population of the earth, combined with the growing thirst for energy in the developing countries like India, China, Nigeria, Indonesia, South Africa, Brazil etc., is putting significant upward pressure on the demand for oil and gas production. This increasing demand for energy, and the simple fact that oil and gas resources are limited, places the petroleum engineer in a strong position now and for many years to come.

Oil company expenditures for exploration and production are rising fast, as are budgets and salaries for petroleum engineers. The number of job openings also is rising.

The ever-increasing integration of multidisciplinary teams of professionals—including petroleum engineers, geologists, geophysicists, and others—is another trend shaping the future of the industry. Joint ventures and partnerships among companies, and outsourcing of projects are opening new opportunities and new ways of doing business. These business trends are accelerating simultaneously with technological advances in the areas of computer simulation of underground oil and gas reservoirs, geophysical seismic techniques, horizontal drilling, and offshore drilling and production.

Additionally, more jobs are available than there are professionals to fill them.

In this course the student will be getting getting specialized skills and knowledge in the field of drilling oil and gas wells. Therefore, during the development of this profile bachelors will invited to explore the main issues related to the directional drilling of wells, increasing the wear resistance of the rock cutting tool research ecotoxicity drilling mud and cement solutions, development of jetvortex nozzles jetting drill bits, improving the quality of drilling fluids.

Objectives / Purpose The Federal State Education Standards requirements and interested employers
Readiness of graduates to the production process and design activities, providing upgrades, implementation and operation of equipment for the production, transportation and storage of oil and gas The Federal State Education Standards requirements, criteria AEER, compliance with international standards and the EUR-ACE FEANI. Needs of the scientifc-research center of “TomskNIPIneft” and the oil & gas industry, enterprise OOO “Gazprom”, “Transneft”
Readiness of graduates to the organizational and managerial activities for making professional decisions in the interdisciplinary fields of modern oil and gas technologies using the principles of management and control The Federal State Education Standards requirements, criteria AEER, compliance with international standards and the EUR-ACE FEANI, questions of domestic and foreign employers

BACHELORS in Petroleum Engineering in Russia course with specialization in Drilling of Oil and natural Gas wells

  • Legal provision of the oil and gas business (mining law)
  • Business Etiquette and Culture of Communication
  • Fundamentals of business ethics and corporate culture

in the field of production and technological activities

  • ability to manage system technological processes
  • operate and maintain the complex Oil & Gas facilities

in the field of organizational and managerial activities

  • Effectively work individually and as a team member on an interdisciplinary topics
  • lead the team for the professional innovation tasks in accordance with the requirements of corporate culture and tolerance

in the area of ​​project activity

  • Plan, conduct, analyze, process, experimental studies with the interpretation of the results obtained on the basis of modern modeling techniques and computer technology
  • Ability to apply knowledge, modern methods and software design tools to compile the project and working and technological documentation for drilling oil and gas wells, production, gathering, preparation, transport and storage of hydrocarbons

student should KNOW

  •  key terms and definitions, well construction, well classification
  • history, problems and prospects of development of the technology of drilling wells
  • processes of production drilling process
  • methodology for designing the well design, calculation of casing and zonal isolation
  • elements of technological equipment of the drill string, their structure and rules of operation
  • technical tools of basic technological processes
  • regulatory and technological and instructional documentation for drilling oil and gas wells
  • basic safety precautions when drilling
  • the peculiarities of engineering and technical services management and control drilling operations.

student should be BE ABLE TO:

  • use simulation methods of drilling wells
  • count well design
  • to develop the technology of drilling
  • use of technical means for measuring parameters of drilling fluids and cement
  • conduct analytical work on the problem of drilling wells
  • reasonable to choose a method of drilling and rock cutting tools for specific geotechnical drilling conditions
  • calculate the optimal settings for the drilling
  • perform projecting and checking calculation of the drill string for vertical and directional wells with rotary and turbine drilling
  • conduct analytical work on the technological problems of drilling oil and gas wells.

student should POSSESS:

  • Methods of constructing the simplest mathematical models of typical professional tasks
  • Mathematical methods for solving problems of the natural sciences
  • Methods of analysis meaningful interpretation of the results

Disciplines studied under BACHELORS in Drilling of Oil and natural Gas wells

1 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF WELLS

1.2. TECHNOLOGY DRILLING TOOLS
1.2.1. Rock cutting tool
1.2.2. Core Lifter device and drill head
1.2.3. drillstring
1.3.1. turbodrills
1.3.2. Downhole drilling motors
1.3.3. Electric drills

1.4. TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DRILLING.
1.4.1. Correlation of drilling and operational parameters.
1.4.2. The specifics of the various technologies in drilling
1.4.3. Drilling of wells with balanced pressure
1.4.4. Well drilling coring.
1.4.6. Drilling support-technology wells.
1.4.7. Design drilling technology

1.5. HIGHLIGHTS Drilling Technology Extreme Environments
1.5.1. Drilling technology to prevent fluid loss
1.5.2. Drilling technology for the prevention of water, oil and gas shows
1.5.3. Drilling technology to prevent violations of the stability of the borehole walls
1.5.4. Technological measures to prevent sticking
1.5.5. Features drilling technology in permafrost

1.7. Technology of drilling shallow wells VARIOUS
1.7.1. Technique and technology of drilling boreholes Features and drilling methods. Well design and setup filters. Drilling rigs, drill string and drilling technology.
1.7.2. Drilling Technology for solid minerals
Drilling conditions and methods used. Technological drilling tool. Constructive scheme, the normal range of drilling rigs. Features drilling technology.
1.7.3. Features drilling technology geotechnical and seismic wells.
Purpose and features of geological and seismic wells. Methods of drilling rigs, drill string and drill mode settings.

 

TOPICS OF LABORATORY WORK

    1. Identification of the elements of the flowsheet for the Drill Unit 80 installation
    2. Identification of the elements of the functional systems of a Rock Bit (RB)
    3. Identification of the RB with milled arm
    4. Identification of RB Carbide arms
    5. Identification of flushing systems
    6. Visual quality control stepper motor
    7. Instrumental quality control stepper motor
    8. Estimation of the parameters in the operation of stepper motor
    9. Coding wear
    10. Blade-drilling and PDC (polycrystalline diamond cutter) bits
    11. Identification of drill pipes
    12. Identification of the connecting elements of the drill string
    13. Determination of the strength characteristics of the drill pipe
    14. Identification of 14 turbines turbodrills
    15. Identification supports turbodrills
    16. Identification of the elements of section turbodrills
    17. Identification of the elements of section turbodrills spindle
    18. Identification of elements turbodrills with oblique line pressure
    19. Identification of the elements of the bulk Propellers
    20. Identification of the drill head
    21. Identification of core lifter devices
    22. Operative correction operation of SM
    23. Determination of the duration of a rational mining bits
    24. Identification of emergency tool
    25. Identification of rock cutting tools for drilling shallow wells
    26. Identification elements 26 of the drill string for drilling shallow wells
    27. Tools for coring while drilling for solid minerals

TOPICS PRACTICAL LESSONS

  1. Selection of drilling
  2. Analysis of the quality of materials for the manufacture of roller cone bits
    Rock Bit (RB)
  3. Analysis of structural supports SM
  4. Analysis purification schemes face
  5. Analysis of the structures of SM
  6. Analysis of the structure of diamond bits
  7. Analysis layouts drillstring
  8. Analysis layouts BHA for drilling vertical holes
  9. Analysis of layouts BHA for drilling directional wells
  10. Calculation of the drill string for drilling vertical wells turbine
  11. Calculation of the drillstring 10 to Turbine drilling directional wells
  12. Calculation of drillstring 11 for rotary drilling of a vertical well
  13. An analysis of the energy characteristics of turbodrills
  14. Calculation of the drilling mode cone bits
  15. Sizing turbodrill
  16. Calculation performance turbodrills
  17. Calculation of the primary mode of penetration of the productive horizon
  18. Dimensioning mode coring
  19. Calculation of the oil and acid baths
  20. Design of the drill string for sinking shallow wells
  21. Calculation of the mode of drilling shallow wells

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Come study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia; official Education partner of leading Russian State Universities.

BACHELORS in  Biology in Russia

1. Biology

Disciplines studied under BACHELORS in Biology course in Russia

  1. inorganic Chemistry
  2. analytical Chemistry
  3. General Biology
  4. organic chemistry
  5. Physical and colloid chemistry and macromolecular compounds
  6. Modern information technologies in biology
  7. Geosciences
  8. Mathematical modeling in biology
  9. system analysis
  10. Additional chapters of Organic Chemistry / Analytical Chemistry Additional chapters
  11. Additional chapters of general chemistry / bioinorganic chemistry
  12. Cybernetics / Synergetics
  13. botany
  14. Zoology
  15. Microbiology / Virology
  16. plant Physiology
  17. Human / Animal Physiology
  18. Histology
  19. biochemistry
  20. Biophysics
  21. Genetics with the basics of breeding
  22. The theory of evolution
  23. Reproductive biology and development
  24. Ecology and rational use of natural resources 
  25. Genetics
  26. human Biology
  27. Foundations of bioethics
  28. Life Safety
  29. molecular Biology
  30. Introduction to biotechnology
  31. cytology
  32. Physiology of higher nervous activity
  33. Special practical
  34. History and Methodology of Biology
  35. Soil science with the fundamentals of crop
  36. Hydrobiology
  37. Immunology
  38. Methods of teaching biology
  39. Entomology / Plant Protection
  40. Radio Biology
  41. Comparative anatomy / Mycology
  42. Basics of research work / the physiological basis of cognitive processes
  43. Biochemistry of vitamins and proteins / polypeptides Chemistry
  44. Population genetics / pathophysiology
  45. Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering / Fundamentals of Photobiology
  46. Hunting / physiology of plant respiration
  47. Laboratory workshop on plant physiology
  48. Small workshop on botany
  49. Urban greening
  50. rational use of natural resources
  51. Sustainable human development
  52. Physiological bases of plant cultivation
  53. manufacturing practice
  54. Bog science
  55. Familiarity with the local flora
  56. angiosperms
  57. Physiology of lower plants
  58. Floriculture
  59. Teaching practice
  60. large workshop / practicals 

2. Ecology and Nature

Disciplines studied under BACHELORS in Management of the Environment and Natural Resources course in Russia

  1. INFORMATICS
  2. GIS In Ecology and Nature
  3. CHEMISTRY
  4. BIOLOGY
  5. SOILS
  6. GEOGRAPHY
  7. MINERALOGY
  8. REGIONAL FLORA AND FAUNA
  9. GEOLOGICAL HUMAN ACTIVITIES
  10. MAPPING
  11. MATHEMATICAL MODELING
  12. Biophysics
  13. cell biochemistry
  14. physical and colloid chemistry
  15. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
  16. Methods of organic synthesis
  17. GENERAL ECOLOGY
  18. BIODIVERSITY
  19. GEOECOLOGY
  20. HUMAN ECOLOGY
  21. SOCIAL ECOLOGY
  22. ENVIRONMENT
  23. ATMOSPHERE
  24. hydrosphere
  25. biosphere
  26. LANDSCAPE
  27. BASIS OF NATURE
  28. ECONOMICS OF NATURAL RESOURCES
  29. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT of the ENVIRONMENT
  30. Assessment of the environmental impact
  31. LEGAL BASIS OF NATURE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
  32. Regulation and reduction of environmental pollution
  33. Technogenic systems and environmental risks
  34. LIFE SAFETY
  35. ecological forecasting
  36. hydrochemistry
  37. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
  38. ECOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
  39. Geochemistry
  40. Chemical and physico-chemical control of environmental objects
  41. ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY OF RAW MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
  42. GEOPHYSICS
  43. INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY
  44. environmental management
  45. Radiation Ecology
  46. TOXICOLOGICAL ECOLOGY
  47. zoopsychology
  48. VALUEOLOGY
  49. EVOLUTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
  50. biogeography
  51. Botany
  52. Basics of Nature
  53. Protection of flora
  54. Environmental Plant Physiology 
  55. Teaching practice
  56. large workshop / practicals
  57. Internship

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MASTERS in Biology in Russia

1. Biology

Disciplines studied under MASTERS in Biology course in Russia (This is not a complete list)

  1. Phycology, Mycology, Lichenology 
  2. Bog science
  3. botanical geography
  4. Higher Plants
  5. silviculture
  6. Population genetics of plants
  7. Modern ecology and global environmental issues
  8. phytocenology
  9. Cytology and histology of plants
  10. Research and Practice
  11. Scientific and pedagogical practice

2. Ecology and Nature (This is not a complete list)

 

  1. Wood and protection of forest resources
  2. Contemporary Problems of Ecology and Nature
  3. Urban Ecology
  4. Sustainable human development
  5. Ecological bases for Conservation of Nature
  6. Eco-tourism
  7. Research and Practice

3. Ichthyology and Aquaculture

4. Mycology

5. Plant physiology and biochemistry

6. Ecology and Environmental Management (Biodiversity and Nature Conservation; environment and human health; Environmental soil natural and man-made landscapes)

7. Soil ecology in natural and man-made landscapes

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BACHELORS in Petroleum Engineering in Russia

Come study in Russia in TPU (founded in 1896), Tomsk, Council for Foreign Education in Russia’s official partner.

There are numerous areas for significant professional career growth for petroleum engineers—from drilling technology to the design of exotic fluid systems to inject in reservoirs to increase oil recovery. Salaries for petroleum engineers
are, and will continue to be, among the highest paid of all professionals. Study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia as it is in a strategically strong position due to its location in Russia and its relationship with top Petroleum Engineering faculties to impart quality education in Petroleum Engineering to international students.

Additionally, more jobs are available than there are professionals to fill them. An education in petroleum engineering has proven to be an excellent foundation for careers in fields such as law, medicine, and business.

In summary, these trends, in combination with others, indicate that both the short and long-term demand for petroleum engineers will be high; PEs will be provided with expensive tools, and they will be expected to design significant projects in a global environment. In many ways, the atmosphere for petroleum engineers today is more exciting and satisfying than ever before..

In this course the student will be getting specialized skills and knowledge in the field of operation and maintenance of the transport and storage of oil, gas and refined products. During the development of this profile bachelors are invited to explore the basic questions concerning the operation of oil pipelines, pump and compressor stations, equipment diagnostics pipelines and storage facilities, technological reliability of pipeline transportation of hydrocarbons, process safety, questions about specific techniques pumping.

Disciplines studied under BACHELORS in Petroleum Engineering in Russia course

  • Economics and Organization of petroleum production (Oil & Gas production)
  • History of Oil and Gas Industry
  • Legal provision of the oil and gas business (mining law)
  • Business Etiquette and Culture of Communication
  • Fundamentals of business ethics and corporate culture
  • Hydraulic machinery and air-oil circuit
  • Logistics of Oil & Gas distribution
  • Treatment facilities of transport and storage of oil and petroleum products
  • Building construction
  • Power drive pumps and compressors
  • Preparation of oil and gas for transportation
  • automated design engineering
  • Applications software products
  • Assessment of the economic efficiency of investments in enterprises of TSOG (Transport and Storage of oil & Gas)
  • Applied combustion  / thermal engineering
  • Fundamental question of Heat-transfer
  • Design and Operation of Gas Oil Pipeline
  • Design and Operation of Oil Gas Storage tanks (depots)
  • Design and operation of pump and compressor stations
  • Diagnostics Equipment Gas Oil pipeline
  • Resource-energy Conservation technologies of transport and storage of oil and gas
  • Transport and Storage of liquefied gases
  • Reliability of oil and gas facilities
  • Design and Operation of Gas Distribution Systems
  • Gas Turbine installations
  • Construction and repair of gas oil pipeline and Oil Gas Storage tanks (depots)
  • Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Industry
  • Foundations of Engineering Geology and Geology Oilfield
  • Engineering surveying (geodesy) and Soil Mechanics
  • Promising projects offshore oil and gas resources ; development of Techniques and Technologies of Transport and Storage of Oil & Gas (TSOG)
  • Petrol Stations and supply of Petroleum Products
  • Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Computer Graphics
  • Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
  • Materials science and Theory of Engineering Materials (TEM)
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Oil and Gas Chemistry
  • Hydraulics and Fluid mechanics of Petroleum
  • Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Life safety training
  • Meteorology, standardization and qualimetry
  • Fundamentals of automation of technological processes of the oil and gas production
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Safety in Transport and Storage of Oil & Gas (TSOG) companies
  • Mathematical modelling of processes in Transport and Storage of Oil & Gas (TSOG) companies
  • Physico-chemical basis of the Welding process

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