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.
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.
The second semester began at Mining University
The Center for Digital Technology at St. Petersburg Mining University has completed an improved version of its mobile application. In particular, it allows parents to keep track of their children’s progress.
At first glance, building a career in the Far North is a bold, if not daring decision. However, it is there that the largest oil fields in Russia are located, so, combined with harsh winters and remoteness from megacities, local specialists have an opportunity to achieve rapid success in their efforts. A St. Petersburg university graduate told how to become a leading specialist in the Production Optimization Sector of RNYuganskneftegaz just within a few years.
Despite the pandemic, Russia continues to hold educational exhibitions abroad, attracting foreign students to its universities. What are the consequences for the future if we stop addressing this issue today?
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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.
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.
Botswana's diamond-based economy is apparently one of the most successful in Africa. After all, an average monthly wage there reaches 6,533 Botswana pula, which is equivalent to approximately 490 euros. But what are the benefits of a degree obtained in Russia? A graduate of St. Petersburg Mining University shared his story of how Russian education has helped him and is still helping.
While almost 90% of the Zambian population are employed in agriculture, the country’s economy is, however, powered by the mining sector. Is working in mining engineering considered prestigious in Zambia? What living opportunities may it provide? Here is what a Zambian-born graduate of St. Petersburg Mining University who returned back home six years ago has to say on these and other questions.
Azerbaijan was the first country in the world to have drilled an oil well and built an oil pipeline - both with the help of Russian experts. A petro boom followed as a result, but both then and now primary oil producers in the country are not domestic companies but foreign-based entities.