AGU to exchange students with ITMO University, St Petersburg

ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Following a meeting between the two institutions during the EAIE Conference in Liverpool, the Abdullah Gül University and Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University) have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding, as well as an International Student Exchange Agreement.

ITMO University, Abdullah Gül University, International Office, EAIE, Conference, Liverpool
AGU and ITMO meet at EAIE Liverpool

Having formalized their partnership, AGU and ITMO will be able to collaborate in the fields of joint educational, research and training activities, conferences/seminars/symposia, exchange of knowledge and information, exchange of faculty/research personel/students for study and research…etc.

ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Abdullah Gül University, AGU, Kayseri, Turkey, student exchange agreement, MOU, partnership

The signed International Student Exchange Agreement will allow the two institutions to exchange graduate students in particular.

The Russian Nation Research University was founded in 1900 and currently hosts around 12 000 students (11% international) on its urban Peterburgian campus. The research-led institution focuses particularly on:

  • Photonics and Optics
  • Intelligent Technology and Robotics
  • Life Sciences and Health
  • Natural Sciences
  • “Smart” and Nano Materials, Nanotechnology
  • IT in Economics, Social Sciences and Art

ITMO currently ranks #27 in the Times Higher Education BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings 2017.

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