State University of Non-Ferrous Metals and Gold
State University of Non-Ferrous Metals and Gold is a public university in Russia that existed from 1930–1958 in Moscow, and from 1958–2006 in Krasnoyarsk. The university was founded in 1930 based on the Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy of the Moscow Mining Academy as the Moscow Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals and Gold.
In 1940, by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), the Moscow Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals and Gold was named after M. I. Kalinin. In December 1958, by the decision of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, the institute was transferred to Krasnoyarsk and renamed the Krasnoyarsk Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals. By 1998, the academy included four institutes and four faculties, which provide training in thirty-four special specialties of 4,100 students, including 1,200 part-time students. In 2004, the academy was given the status of a university.
The university has come a long way to become one of the best universities in Russia. In 2017 the rebranding of the university has taken place. Tyumen State University stepped into the new era as the University of Tyumen. UTMN got the new T-logo. The design project was developed in the studio of Artemy Lebedev, the country’s leading design company. The University of Tyumen started a large transformation of the educational process. The university introduced Individual Educational Trajectories (IET). First, the new model of education was tested in three institutes of the university and one greenfield – School for Advanced Study. In 2019, it was implemented for the entire university.
- Financial and Economic Institute
- Institute of State and Law
- Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science
- Institute of Chemistry
- Physical-Technical Institute
- Institute of Geosciences
- Institute of Biology
- Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Institute of Physical Culture
- Institute of Distance Education
- Institute of Environmental and Agricultural Biology
- School of Advanced Studies
- School of Environmental and Social Studies (Anthroposhkola)
- School of Natural Sciences
- Regional Institute for International Cooperation
- Polytechnic School
- Institute of Psychology and Pedagogy
Accommodation and Housing
There are 4 dorms at the University. All of them are located within walking distance of the university buildings in the central and ecological districts of the city. Students live in modern one, two, or three-bedroom apartments with en-suite bathrooms, furnished with all necessary domestic appliances and of course, Wi-Fi. There also are lounge rooms and computer classes for studying, kitchens, and laundry rooms.