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Subsidised Meals Programme Continues at Mining University
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Subsidised Meals Programme Continues at Mining University

St. Petersburg Mining University continues to operate a system of subsidized meals for students, postgraduate students, and employees of the university. Meal reimbursement is one of the mechanisms of a branched system of material and social incentives at the university.

Mining University Raising Future Scientific Elite
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Mining University Raising Future Scientific Elite

Young scientists who entered St. Petersburg Mining University’s postgraduate school this year began their studies with a two-week scientific and educational course called "Basic Competencies of a Graduate Student. Forpost decided to find out what its idea is and how it will affect the quality of promising research.

Mining University students met with a potential employer
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Mining University students met with a potential employer

A presentation by Apatit, part of PhosAgro Group, was held in the conference hall of the Mining University. Representatives of the company, which mines and enriches apatite-nepheline ores at the Khibiny deposits, told senior students about its development plans, social policy, and career prospects for young specialists.

A flash mob "Back to science" took place in St. Petersburg
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A flash mob "Back to science" took place in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Mining University held a student flash mob "Back to Science" as part of the events timed to coincide with the opening of the Year of Science and Technology.

The second semester began at Mining University
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The second semester began at Mining University

The students, who missed their alma mater, were in a working mood on the first day of school.

Why Lebanese Graduates from Russia Are in Demand in Beirut?
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Why Lebanese Graduates from Russia Are in Demand in Beirut?

Ammonium nitrate explosion, which took place at the port of the city of Beirut on 4 August 2020, caused significant damage to the surrounding areas and resulted in over 200 deaths. The tragic accident once again brought into the focus problems Lebanon is experiencing. Strange as it may seem, but the Russian higher school may have solutions to help deal with the explosion's consequences.
So what is happening in the country now?

How Come Graduates of Russian Universities Manage to Earn Top Positions in the Congo Republic?
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How Come Graduates of Russian Universities Manage to Earn Top Positions in the Congo Republic?

The sun-baked land of Africa is painted bright red. It owes this colour to the high content of iron oxide in the soil. In this story, a graduate of St. Petersburg Mining University from the Congo (pictured to the right) provides an insight into the way mining industry works in his homeland. He also explains in what fundamental way he differs from local specialists.

A Serbian-Born Graduate Explains Advantages of Studying at Mining University
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A Serbian-Born Graduate Explains Advantages of Studying at Mining University

Here is a story of a Serbian oilman who was born in a tiny town, yet he got admitted to St. Petersburg Mining University. Now he is back home, working for one of the most profitable Serbian companies

Mongolian Mining Engineer about Studying at St. Petersburg Mining University
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Mongolian Mining Engineer about Studying at St. Petersburg Mining University

The mining industry is one of the most prestigious sectors in Mongolia. A this year's graduate of Saint-Petersburg Mining University shared the story of how she ended up as a student of the first higher technical University in Russia. Now she is back home, working as the Underground Mining Specialist at a local mining company.

Why Do Moldovans Leave for Studies in Russia?
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Why Do Moldovans Leave for Studies in Russia?

A young researcher from Moldova came to Russia to study oil & gas engineering. During the years his studies have been lasting, labour migration from his home country to the Russian Federation has nearly stopped. Yet Pavel Tsyglianu, a PhD student at St. Petersburg Mining University, believes career prospects in the state he moved to are much better than in his homeland.