Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics

General Information 

The Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) was incorporated into the HSE structure in 2011 as a subdivision specializing in educating highly qualified engineers and scientists. University’s mission is to acquire fundamental knowledge and develop applied technologies in the electronics, engineering, and aerospace industries.

University is one of the leading Russian technical universities conducting top-level research and educational processes in applied mathematics, physics studies, electronics studies, IT, and robotics courses. Today, MIEM trains specialists to work in high-tech industries by providing a full-cycle higher education through its undergraduate courses, postgraduate courses, and doctoral programs. Project-oriented educational programs provide students with the opportunity to participate in international research and study activity.  

MIEM is organized into three schools – the School of Applied Mathematics, the School of Computer Engineering, and the School of Electronic Engineering, with 7 joint departments, and 6 research laboratories. It has approximately 200 faculty members and more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate local and international students. 

University provides Bachelor’s programs, Master’s programs, and Postgraduate programs for Russian students and develops advanced Master’s programs with English medium of instruction. Students and teaching staff at University are involved in a variety of research activities and grant programs in Russian universities and universities abroad.

Study Programs 

Institute provides the studying process at the following faculties:

  • ​​Faculty of Electronic Engineering;
  • Faculty of Computer Engineering;
  • Faculty of Applied Mathematics.

It also offers seven Master’s programs in four research areas:

  • Applied Mathematics (Management Systems and Information Processing in Engineering, Information Protection in Computer Systems and Networks)
  • Applied Mathematics and Informatics (Mathematical Methods of Modelling and Computer Technologies)
  • Information Science and Computing Technology (Computer Systems and Networks)
  • Electronics and Nanoelectronics (Electronic Engineering, Measuring Technologies of Nano industry, Applied Physics)

Accommodation and Housing 

Students will be offered accommodation in one of the University’s student hostels. Rooms are fully furnished (table, chairs, beds, shelf, wardrobe) and shared between 2-3 persons. Each room in the apartment is equipped with a bed, bedding, desk, chair, and curtains. The bathroom is shared between double and triple roommates​.

Dormitories have common kitchens and laundries, arranged common rooms, renovated and supplied by modern technology study rooms. Students can visit reading rooms and libraries with a huge amount of information resources useful for studying. The hostel has a convenient location, so everybody can go to the main study building by foot or bus. 

Shared facilities (for all the international students)are a refrigerator, microwave, kitchen range, toaster, TV, cooking utensils (pot, frying pan, knife, cutting board, etc.), and laundry room