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GRIAT

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Double the opportunities for your professional future. GRIAT transforms Bachelor Engineering graduates into much sought-after specialists and experts, as well as vital partners in an international dialogue.

A great challenge. Are you ready for it?

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In September 2014, 4 study courses began at GRIAT. The interest has been great since then, with the numbers today speaking for themselves: 130 students, 3 German partner universities, 40 Russian and 40 German lecturers, 7 study courses (with a further 10 planned by 2020), as well as 10 cooperation agreements with companies in Germany and Russia.

Representing an excellent outcome to date. Already convinced?

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Thanks to their educational and research facilities, Kazan, Magdeburg and Ilmenau provide an optimal knowledge-economy basis. And when it comes to the field of engineering especially, both cities can look back on a long tradition here.

Which is a unifying force – but why not see for yourself.

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Kazan, the capital of the autonomous Republic of Tatarstan, is situated at a distance of about 800 km south-east of Moscow. The city with more than 1.1 million residents has a cultural heritage that is as multifaceted as it is rich in contrasts. As the so-called Istanbul on the Volga, the city combines the traditional with the modern – and that in quite a harmonious way. Today, Kazan is an industrial, scientific and cultural metropole of national importance.

Russia’s third capital city. Has it started to cast its spell on you too?

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The KNTRU-KAI university, which is named after the Russian aircraft designer Andrei Nikolayevich Tupolev and is also known as the "Tupolev University", was founded in 1932. Today it is regarded as a centre of innovative technologies, teaching and research, with more than 25,000 students studying here in 6 faculties. It addition to its 57 research centres and labs, the university has a dedicated building right on campus specifically for GRIAT, with 20,000 square metres of floor space available in it.

As a GRIAT programme student, you complete your first two semester in Kazan. Then you board a plane and head to Germany for the third one.

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One of them calls itself the city of Otto, the other the city of Goethe. But Magdeburg and Ilmenau are university and engineering cities especially that offer their students excellent study conditions and future prospects. Have a look yourself, and then decide which one you intend to book your flight to.

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In 2016, the first GRIAT graduates were awarded their degree certificates. And most of them had already signed employment contracts before they had presented their Master theses. While the other students remained at the university and commenced their PhD studies there.

GRIAT graduates are much in demand as specialists – and that in both Russian and international companies.

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The University of Magdeburg is one of the newest of its kind in Germany. With over 14400 students in it from 100 countries studying at its 9 faculties in total. And the more than 80 study courses taught here – some with a unique interdisciplinary approach – make young people fit for their future. Just like with GRIAT. There, the University of Magdeburg provides three English-language science of engineering Master programmes.

What can you expect during your semester abroad at the University of Magdeburg? Scroll down to the library and take a look.

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This study course conveys knowledge, skills and competencies required for understanding how devices or processes are controlled electrically, as well as how they are designed and developed. Solid knowledge of mathematics and of the natural-science subjects, together with the ability to apply them to technical problems and issues represent the preconditions for successful studies in this field.

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This study course provides science and technology-based know-how for economically efficient, commodity and energy-saving, environmentally friendly and sustainable process and energy technologies. Interest in the principles and foundations of the natural sciences, together with their technical implementation, as well as a subject-relevant Bachelor or comparable degree are required to take this study course.

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This study course provides education and training to engineers who focus on the wide range of challenges in the conflicting fields between the classic engineering disciples, applied mathematics and computer sciences. In addition to being interested in the specialist areas, a subject-relevant Bachelor or comparable degree is required to take this study course..

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Flanked by the Thuringian Forest mountain range to the south and the Kickelhahn mountain and Heyda reservoir dam to the north, Ilmenau lovingly combines its charming setting with a tradition steeped in history, as well as an array of cultural activities and cutting-edge research on an international level.

Ilmenau has gained international acclaim in the field of winter sports as well. The Ilmenauer bobsleigh racers especially have achieved considerable success over the decades, including 14 Olympic medals.

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The TU Ilmenau is counted among the smaller universities in Germany, but it is held in excellent regard both nationally and internationally. As a "Jewel in the East", it is one of the most innovative scientific centres in Europe. In the training and education of engineers, the TU Ilmenau can look back on a long tradition, attracting students from more than 70 countries, as well as top-name scientists, including the co-inventor of the mp3 format, Professor Dr. Karlheinz Brandenburg.

Perhaps you will even get to meet him personally – during your semester abroad at the TU Ilmenau. And if you are wondering about who and what else to expect here, then scroll down.

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"Anyone who studies, researches and teaches in another country gains a new view of things and broadens their horizon."

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This study course provides a detailed understanding of modern communication systems and their related signal processing algorithms. The requirement for admission to the course is successful completion of a comparable Bachelor study course, such as for instance in the fields of electrical engineering and communication technology, media technology, computer engineering, business engineering, or mathematics and physics.

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This course of studies is research oriented and consolidates the knowledge already gained in a Bachelor study course or in practice in the fields of (technological) informatics, automation and electrical or communication engineering. In addition to technical knowledge and an excellent command of English, the ability to participate in interdisciplinary teamwork is an essential requirement.

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This course of studies focuses on the vehicle as a complex technological product and conveys the skills required to solve vehicle technology problems and issues using scientific methods. The course contents expand the knowledge gained in the Bachelor Vehicle Engineering study course. It can also be taken by graduates in mechanical engineering, mechatronics, engineering informatics and business engineering.

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