Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Bauman University is the Citadel of Russia’s engineering education. It survived two Russian revolutions, Civil War, World War II, and the demise of the Soviet Union. It went through several name changes and reorganizations. The phenomenon of Bauman longevity and firmness is its intangible spirit and unique system of training engineers. A long-term history of University provides many examples of creating a number of the world-known scientific schools which contributed to developing in different fields such as space engineering, heating engineering, biophysics, aerodynamics, radio physics, radio electronics, optics, laser technology, dynamics and strength of machines. Recently it accepted the status of National Research University for its contribution to innovative technologies. International collaboration is both a strategic and rapidly developing field at the University.
Interaction with foreign partners includes international cooperation with more than eighty-leading universities around the world including exchange of students.
Following human traditions of the XIX century modern Bauman University runs state-of-the-art training center for disabled students – hearing-impaired people. It is also engaged in pre-university training of school children.
Currently, BMSTU occupies vast territory, has many buildings erected in different epochs, several dormitories and subsidiaries in the Moscow region. Bauman University numbers about 25000 students, trainers and employees.