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Moscow State University
of Printing Arts
|Address||2a, Prianishnikova Street, 127750 Moscow, Russia|
|Tel. No.||+(7) 095 976 40 88|
Mrs. Fedotowa 0lga Sergeevna
|Fax No.||+(7) 095 976 06 35|
|Date of commencement||1st September|
|Accommodation||Student accommodation is available at a comfortable hostel|
|Fees||The fee comes to 1700-2200 USD per year (for overseas and national students)|
|Financial assistance||The national students, who will top good or excellent marks in al1 subjects, will get the student grants monthly. The fee for the excellent students may be reduced|
|Contact for application||Savitskaya Svetlana Ivanovna|
The Moscow University of Printing Arts is over 65 years old. Back in 1930 Moscow Institute of Graphic Arts was established on the basis of the two faculties of graphic arts: Moscow and Leningrad Highest State Art and Technical Workshops. In 1941 the Institute for Editing and Publishing was attached to the university. The growth of the printing industry in the 1950s created a demand to reinforce training and retraining of qualified personnel. This promoted the development of the university. The university grew into one of the largest higher educatio-nal establishments in the country. The number of students and teachers increased, and the profiles of the specialties were defined more precisely.
The year of 1961 saw the establishing of the Division for Improving Professional Skills.
In 1965 the branch of the Institute was established in Leningrad, which is the St. Petersburg Affiliated Institute of Moscow State University of' Printing Arts now. The year of 1970 saw the establishing of Preparatory Faculty and Faculty for Improving Professional Skills for those employed in the printing industry. The Qualification Councils of the National High Attestation Commission, which awards degrees of Doctor or Candidate of Science, have been active at the univer-sity since 1965.
In 1987 a publishing house, intended mainly to meet the requirements of the stu-dy process and research work at the institute, appeared within the framework of Moscow Institute of Graphic Arts.
In recent years some production units have been established as well. Gradual transformation and extension of duties of the Institute have led to the change in its status: in 1992 it was reorganized to become an Academy, and in 1997 it became the University of Printing Arts.
About 6000 students study at the university today, Over 400 teachers take care of the study process using new and most effective methods of teaching. Among them 65 persons are Doctors of Science, 227 persons are readers and Candidate of Science, 292 persons have academic ranks and degrees.
The university as a scientific institution is carrying out many research programmes in the following directions:
The university disposes of the libraries with a teaching stock of about 2 million copies, which are available for students free of charge and include scien-tific and teaching literature, reference books, normative and technical docu-mentation, dissertations on different kinds of information carriers; as well as of the up-to-date research and technical capabilities, which inclu-de computer classes, teaching laboratories with modern printing machinery of brand name vendors, such as Heidelberg, Stahl, Bacher, Greta£-Macbeth, DuPont and others.
Five faculties of the university are competent to train students in six fields and nine correlated specialties as follows below:
The Faculty of Printing Technology trains the bachelors in the field of "Graphic Arts" as well as the specialists with higher professional education in the specialties "Technology of Printing Production and Container and Packaging" . Those who complete studies at this faculty receive the qualification of technologist. They may work in publishing houses and printing enterprises. The range of jobs available include those of production supervisor, technologist, advisor, expert, researcher and designer in the graphic field.
The Faculty of Mechanics and Control Systems trains bachelors in the fields "Technological Machines and Equipment" and "Automation and Control" as well as spe-cialists with higher professional education in specialties "Printing Machines and Automatic Complexes" "Control and Information Science in Technical Systems" and "Automatic Information Processing and Control Systems". Those who complete studies at this faculty are engaged in design and production, in optimizing the stock of publishing and printing equipment, in starting and adjusting work, in machine servicing and operating. They are employed at printing machinery-building plants, in research institutes, in publishing complexes and companies. The fundamental training in engineering allows them to work successfully in any branch of the machine-building industry.
The Faculty of Economics and Management trains bachelors in fields "Management" and "Economics" as well as specialists with higher professional education in specialties "Economics and Management at the Printing Industry Enterprise" and "Accounting and Audit". The level of the training allows the specialists who have completed their studies, to work in various fields of production and mana-gement of enterprises of different forms of property. They are competent to carry out organization and management, planning and economic as well as analytic acti-vities, including market research of state of printing product market, calcu-lation, control and analysis of economic activities strategy and tactics defi-nition of technical and economic matters of production growth.
The faculty of Publishing and Book Trade trains bachelors In the field 1'Biblio-graphy" arid specialists with higher professional education in two specialties: "Publishing and Editing" and "Bibliography".
Among those who complete studies at the above faculty are bibliographers, publishers, editors, book trade organizers arid managers. The students of this faculty are future employees of publishing houses, editorial boards, information and advertising agencies and book trade ventures.
The Faculty of Artistic and Technical Design of Printing Production trains Specialists with higher professional education in the specialty of "Graphics". Those who complete studies at this faculty receive the degree of' the artistic and gra-phic designer and may work as illustrators, book designers, and artistic editors.
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