Saint Petersburg Mining University
In the Heart of St.Petersburg
UNIVERSITY
A Global University
Over 7,000 students,    10 faculties and 97 different programs
Highly Recommended by Vladimir Putin
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In the Heart
of Saint-Petersburg
university
A Global University
Over 7,000 students,
10 faculties and 97 different programs
Highly Recommended
by Vladimir Putin
read more
#1
higher technical educational institution of Russia, founded on November 1, 1773
12th
position in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021: Engineering - Mineral and Mining
98%
of graduates get job referrals each year  or continue their studies at the University
>93%
of faculty stuff have academic status of Candidates or Doctors of Science
>30
major conferences and symposia annually take place with the participation of the University
>50
Russian and international companies cooperate with the University
38
Honorary Scientists and Honorary Workers of Higher School among the staff
20
laureates of State Prizes and Government Awards among the staff of the University
120
academicians and academies of sciences corresponding members work at the University
>300k
square meters is the total area of the property complex of the University
>70
sports sections are available to the students of the University
3769
meters is the depth of a unique borehole, drilled by the scientists of the University in the Antarctic ice
1504
kilos is the weight of the largest in the world piece of malachite, which is exhibited in the Mining Museum
Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost
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Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost

The world public and the media continue to discuss the scandalous statement of experts of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which proposed to stop financing new projects related to the exploration and development of hydrocarbon deposits. Most analysts believe that this will not lead to an acceleration of the energy transition and reduction of human impact on nature, but only to a shortage of resources, an increase in their cost, and, as a consequence, a decline in the quality of life in developing countries. The result of this state of affairs will be an increased role of “dirty”, but cheaper technologies for power generation.

Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”
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Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”

Is it possible to predict the future of global energy? Are oil and gas really a dead horse that needs to be abandoned immediately? What will result from the colossal expenditures of some states on the construction of wind turbines and solar panels: a reduction in the technological impact on ecosystems or a sharp increase in the price of electricity and heat? These and other questions were raised during an act lecture by Konstantin Simonov, Russian political scientist and director of the National Energy Security Fund. It was held at St. Petersburg Mining University, at the closing ceremony of the International Contest of Young Scientists “Topical Issues of Subsoil Use.”.

Mining University students learned the price of gold
Campus life
Mining University students learned the price of gold

Mining University hosted a career day for the leader of Russian gold mining and one of the largest gold producers in the world, Polyus. The students were not only told about the prospects of the corporation's development but were also invited to take an internship at one of its business units.

Kazan, we are with you
Campus life
Kazan, we are with you

Students of St. Petersburg Mining University laid carnations at the spontaneous memorial that arose near the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Tatarstan on Vasilievsky Island. They joined tens of thousands of citizens of St. Petersburg who since yesterday have been bringing flowers, candles and soft toys as a sign of support and sympathy to the victims and relatives of the victims in Kazan.

Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost
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Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost

The world public and the media continue to discuss the scandalous statement of experts of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which proposed to stop financing new projects related to the exploration and development of hydrocarbon deposits. Most analysts believe that this will not lead to an acceleration of the energy transition and reduction of human impact on nature, but only to a shortage of resources, an increase in their cost, and, as a consequence, a decline in the quality of life in developing countries. The result of this state of affairs will be an increased role of “dirty”, but cheaper technologies for power generation.

Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”
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Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”

Is it possible to predict the future of global energy? Are oil and gas really a dead horse that needs to be abandoned immediately? What will result from the colossal expenditures of some states on the construction of wind turbines and solar panels: a reduction in the technological impact on ecosystems or a sharp increase in the price of electricity and heat? These and other questions were raised during an act lecture by Konstantin Simonov, Russian political scientist and director of the National Energy Security Fund. It was held at St. Petersburg Mining University, at the closing ceremony of the International Contest of Young Scientists “Topical Issues of Subsoil Use.”.

Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost
Science
Vladimir Litvinenko: reducing investment in oil and gas will only lead to a further increase in their cost

The world public and the media continue to discuss the scandalous statement of experts of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which proposed to stop financing new projects related to the exploration and development of hydrocarbon deposits. Most analysts believe that this will not lead to an acceleration of the energy transition and reduction of human impact on nature, but only to a shortage of resources, an increase in their cost, and, as a consequence, a decline in the quality of life in developing countries. The result of this state of affairs will be an increased role of “dirty”, but cheaper technologies for power generation.

Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”
Science
Konstantin Simonov: “The green energy industry is looking more and more like a classic stock bubble”

Is it possible to predict the future of global energy? Are oil and gas really a dead horse that needs to be abandoned immediately? What will result from the colossal expenditures of some states on the construction of wind turbines and solar panels: a reduction in the technological impact on ecosystems or a sharp increase in the price of electricity and heat? These and other questions were raised during an act lecture by Konstantin Simonov, Russian political scientist and director of the National Energy Security Fund. It was held at St. Petersburg Mining University, at the closing ceremony of the International Contest of Young Scientists “Topical Issues of Subsoil Use.”.

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