Program Details

- In MAI you can take undergraduate courses, take full course of higher education and finally, you can become a PhD in fields listed below: Higher education (department/degree): Admission Requirements for the Bakalavr Degree - the 1st level universit
Location:
Moscow, Russia
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technologies) offers teaching and scientific research at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels in modern engineering technologies and construction and design of various flying vehicles and aerospace systems for the aircraft and aerospace industry. Here you can obtain engineering education in full spectrum of aerospace specialties and pass an introductory pilot training at MAI airdrome (no pilot certification afterwards, sorry). Undergraduates have an opportunity for practicing in a broad range of professions: from shop steward to general designer. Why study at MAI? * Level and quality of teaching are well known both in Russia and worldwide throughout aircraft and aerospace institutions, design offices, industrial enterprises and companies, flight control centers, scientific research centers * Courses at the institute offer superb instruction at the theoretical level as well as numerous opportunities for practical application * Tuition fees are reasonable for all

- In MAI you can take undergraduate courses, take full course of higher education and finally, you can become a PhD in fields listed below: Higher education (department/degree): Admission Requirements for the Bakalavr Degree - the 1st level university qualification 010500 Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 031100 Linguistics 080100 Economics 080500 Management 140500 Power-plant Engineering 140600 Electrotechnics, Electrical Engineering and Electrotechnologies 150300 Applied Mechanics 150600 Material Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 160100 Aircraft and Rocket Production 200100 Instrument Making 200200 Optical Equipment 200500 Metrology, Standardization and Certification 210200 Electronic Instrumentation Designing and Technology 210300 Radiotechnics 220200 Automatization and Management 230100 Computer Science and Computer Facilities 280200 Environmental Protection Admission Requirements for the Magistr Degree - the 2nd level university qualification 010500 Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 031100 Linguistics 080100 Economics 080500 Management 140500 Power-plant Engineering 140600 Electrotechnics, Electrical Engineering and Electrotechnologies 150300 Applied Mechanics 150600 Material Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 160100 Aircraft and Rocket Production 200100 Instrument Making 200200 Optical Equipment 200500 Metrology, Standardization and Certification 210200 Electronic Instrumentation Designing and Technology 210300 Radiotechnics 220200 Automatization and Management 230100 Computer Science and Computer Facilities 280200 Environmental Protection Postgraduate opportunities: Differential Equations - Engineer-Researcher, Economist-Researcher, etc. Computing Mathematics System Analysis and Automatic Control Theoretical Mechanics Liquid, Gas and Plasma Mechanics Dynamics and Strength of Machines, Instruments and Devices Solid State Physics Plasma Physics and Chemistry Thermal Physics and Molecular Physics Charged-Particles Beam Physics and Acceleration Devices Applied Geometry and Engineering Graphics Machine Manufacturing Materials Science Science of Machines and Machine Parts Drive Systems Mechanical Engineering Automation Theory of Mechanisms and Machines Processes of Mechanical and Physical Treatment; Machine Tools and Equipment Pressure Treatment Processes and Tools Flying Vehicles Aerodynamics and Thermal Transfer Processes Flying Vehicles Design; Flying Vehicles Structure Flying Vehicles Strength Flying-Vehicles Production Technology Flying Vehicles Thermal Engines Testing Flying Vehicles and their Components Dynamics, Ballistics and Control of Flying Vehicles Propulsion Electric-Rocket Engines and Power Units of Flying Vehicles Flying Vehicles Thermal Conditions Electric Machines Adjustment and Control of Electric Sets and Systems Electric Power Semiconductor Converters Gyroscopes, Navigation Sets and Devices Instrument Engineering and Instrument-Making Technology Metrology and Metrological Support Information-and-Measuring Systems (for Various Branches of Aircraft Engineering) Radars and Radar Navigation Radio Equipments and Means of Communication Radio-and-Television Systems and Devices Optical Systems of Detection, Ranging, Communication and Data-Treatment Special-Purpose Radio Equipments, SHF Systems, Production Technologies Technical Systems Control Computer Elements and Components, Control Systems Automated Control Systems Automation of Technological Processes and Production (General Aspects, and Branches of Aircraft Engineering) Computers Software Support, Computer Pools, Systems and Networks Systems of Automation in Design Work Computers, Computer Pools, Systems and Networks Systems of Control and Data Treatment Computer Systems, their Software Support and Organization of Computing Processes There also exist so called short-term programs, which have duration of 1 to 10 months and offer training in following specialities: - Aircraft Engineering (School N1) - Engines for Flying Vehicles (School N2) - Control Systems, Informatics and Electrical Power (School N3) - Radio Electronics for Flying Vehicles (School N4) - Economics and Management (School N5) - Aerospace Engineering (School N6) - Robotics and Intelligent systems (School N7) - Applied Mathematics and Physics (School N8)

Tuition fees: Pre-School (per year) - 1900 € Graduate program (BE/ME, per year) - 3600/4000 € Post-graduate program (Ph.D., per year) - 5000 € Short-term training program (per month): Russian medium - 600 € English medium - 800 € Accommodation at MAI hostel: 840–1080 EURO per year per student (depending on the room size and number of neighbors in a room) Medical insurance: about 180 EURO per year Living expenses: about 200 EURO per month Official invitation: 35 EURO Admission fee: 60 EURO Transfer from the airport to MAI hostel: 40 EURO Nostrification (expert examination of equivalence of the school/graduation certificate): 250 EURO
Setting Description:
Schedule for Application and Programs: Application period from April, 01 to June, 30 Admission letters from July, 01 to July, 31 Student arrivals from August, 20 to August, 25 Academic year duration from September, 01 to July, 01 (two semesters with two examinations) Winter vacations from January, 24 to February, 06 No testing required for the Pre-School enrollment. After completion of the Pre-School, each student must pass Russian Language, Mathematics, Physics and Drawing examinations. Graduate or Post-graduate candidates must take required testing at the University.

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