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    • TRAINING PROGRAM FOR DEUTH MANAGERS IN RUSSIA Dr. Olga KOLOSOVA Director of Educational Dpt. SPRIC , Vice Director of Institute of Innovatics SPbSPU, Professor
    • ST. PETERSBURG IN FIGURES
    • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
      • Founded 27 (16) May 1703
      • St. Petersburg 1703–1914
      • Petrograd 1914–1924
      • Leningrad 1924–1991
    • ST. PETERSBURG
    • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
      • The historical name of St. Petersburg was readopted on 6 September 1991.
      • Capital of Russia in 1712–1918 (except 1728–1731).
      • It is an independent administrative-territorial unit from December 1931.
      • City of federal significance according to the constitution of Russia of 1993.
    • ST. PETERSBURG
    • HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
      • Geographical coordinates
      • 59°57´ north latitude : 30°19´ east longitude
      • Area of St. Petersburg is 1,4 thousand km2
      • Inhabitants/km2 3,3 thousand people
      • Main river – Neva (32 km long within the city limits)
      • Climate
      • Mean annual temperature +6,4˚С
      • Mean temperature in February - 6,4˚С
      • Mean temperature in July +20,1˚С
      • Mean annual precipitation 651 mm
    • MAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS 1 11,7 103,7 Volume of works performed by kind of economic activity ”construction” 104,2 - Industry production index 118,1 1558,8 Volume of business (in current prices) 97,2 19,4 Officially registered unemployed people, thousand persons 108,1 - Real 123,6 10791 Nominal, roubles Accrual average monthly salary of one person: 112,7 - Real monetary income per capita 128,8 136,9 Monetary income per capita/year, thous. Roubles In % to 200 4 Bill.roubles
    • MAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS 112,0 - Consumer price index for goods and services % 143,9 1417 Foreign investments, mln. US dollars 109,7 154,1 Fixed capital investments 102,7 126,4 Paid services volume 113,6 15,9 Public catering turnover 120,2 283,6 Retail turnover 127,0 53,3 Volume of communications 101,1 89,9 Transportation (dispatch) of cargo, million tones 111,9 2273 Commissioned dwellings, thousand sq. m of general area In % to 200 4 Bill.roubles
    • NUMBER OF POPULATION 2526 2537 2548 2564 Females 2055 2063 2076 2093 Males 4581 4600 4624 4657 Total 200 6 200 5 200 4 200 3
    • NUMBER OF POPULATIONS BY DISTRICT 224, 3 225,8 231,1 Tsentral'ny 39 3 ,2 399,0 402,7 Frunzenskiy 120, 6 119,0 117,1 Pyshkinskiy 405,0 401,6 397,5 Primorskiy 115, 1 115,0 114,1 Petrodvortsovy 126,3 128,5 131,5 Petrogradskiy 436,6 435,1 434,5 Nevskiy 266, 3 268,9 272,4 Moskovskiy 67, 5 67,2 67,1 Kurortny 4 2 , 8 43,0 43,1 Kronshtadtskiy 301, 8 302,9 304,3 Krasnosel'skiy 324,9 327,5 330,2 Krasnogvardeiskiy 178, 3 176,2 174,8 Kolpinskiy 328,6 332,4 336,1 Kirovskiy 462, 1 464,6 467,2 Kalininskiy 412, 9 414,8 417,3 Vyborgskiy 195, 5 196,8 198,7 Vasileostrovskiy 178, 8 181,7 184,4 Admiralteiskiy 2006 2005 2004
    • STRUCTURE OF NUMBER OF PERSONS ENTERPRISES BY KINDS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY 10 – others 9 – wholesale and retail trade; automobile, motor-cycle vehicles, household and domestic repair 8 – construction 7 – education 6 – other public, social and personal services 5 – health care and social services 4 – processing production 3 – realty operations; rent and services 2 – transport and communications 1 – state administration
    • DWELLINGS CONSTRUCTION HOUSINGS (AT END-YEAR) 112 116 145 109 in % to previous year 2273 2032 1758 1214 thousand sq. m General area 33,2 27,6 23,3 16,1 Completed apartments, thousand 2005 2004 2003 2002 21,9 21,4 20,9 20,5 Average area per person, sq. m 100,3 98,6 96,8 95,7 Total floor area, million sq. m 1719 1696 1665 1642 Total number of apartments, thousand 200 5 200 4 200 3 200 2
    • UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER HIGHER SCHOOLS 9,4 11,5 9,5 8,5 Number of graduates, thousand persons 47,8 75,6 69,0 61,2 Number of students, thousand persons 44 46 47 50 Quantity of universities Private 64,5 60,3 55,5 47,5 Number of graduates, thousand persons 381,0 367,8 352,8 318,9 Number of students, thousand persons 54 55 53 52 Quantity of universities State 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 2002/03
    • PUBLIC HEALS AND RECREATION ESTABLISHMENTS 96,1 93,7 95,5 99,1 Quantity of reposed children in them, thousand persons 209 211 215 225 Quantity Summer camps 204,6 156,1 154,6 131,7 Quantity of reposed and treated people, thousand persons 11,8 10,9 11,4 10,3 Number of seats in them, thousand 53 49 49 52 Quantity Sanatoriums and recreational establishments 107 106 104 102 nurses 82 80 78 76 physicians 100 99 100 101 hospital beds Per 10 000 inhabitants: 122 119 119 122 Number of hospitals Hospitals (at end-year) 200 5 2004 2003 2002
    • CULTURE AND LEISURE TIME (AT END-YEAR) 16,6 17,7 17,9 17,1 Number of visits, millions 69 72 74 73 Quantity Mu s eum s 2,9 2,9 3,1 3,4 Number of visits, millions 43 43 45 49 Quantity Professional theatres 6,3 3,7 3,7 2,6 Number of visits, millions 54 56 1) 122 113 Quantity Cinema units to be paid 30,5 33,1 37,0 37,5 Number of seats, thousands 55 60 66 71 Quantity Leisure-time establishments 1354 1319 1293 1283 Total number of readers, thousands 1149 1147 1143 1135 In average per 100inhabitants, copies 52,6 52,8 52,9 52,8 Including books, million copies 286 309 328 342 Quantity Public libraries 2005 2004 2003 2002
    • AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES FOR PRODUCTS INCLUDED IN THE MINIMAL SET OF FOOD PRODUCTS in roubles per kilo) 45,9 43,6 40,5 37,4 Baking 20,7 19,2 18,5 20,3 Sugar 24,9 30,1 23,2 21,7 Eggs, tens 134,9 126,0 114,1 112,3 Strong cheese 64,4 56,2 51,1 45,9 Non-far curds 48,9 44,2 40,4 36,9 Sour cream 13,2 11,9 10,0 9,2 Milk (on draft), liter 48,5 46,9 45,5 42,0 Margarine 39,6 39,0 37,7 35,6 Vegetable oil 111,6 100,7 92,9 85,5 Butter 69,3 57,2 47,4 46,8 Herring salted, smoked 70,5 60,6 53,6 53,5 Frizzed fish without delicatessens, undressed 74,0 67,8 73,7 56,6 Chicken 128,0 108,6 92,2 86,6 Mutton 124,8 114,9 82,4 75,8 Pork 116,8 100,3 76,3 72,9 Beef of 1-st category 2006 2005 2004 2003
    • AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES FOR PRODUCTS INCLUDED IN THE MINIMAL SET OF FOOD PRODUCTS in roubles per kilo) 39,5 35,4 32,4 32,4 Apples 82,2 76,6 78,1 63,5 Cucumber 13,2 11,4 11,4 15,5 Carrots 13,8 11,8 14,9 14,1 Onion 11,8 8,2 6,6 14,8 Cabbage 11,4 9,2 9,4 11,2 Potatoes 30,4 29,2 25,3 21,8 Vermicelli 15,3 16,0 19,7 13,7 Millet 23,6 22,2 18,7 17,7 Polished rice 27,0 25,8 23,9 16,8 Wheat bread 17,8 16,5 16,3 11,3 Rye and rye-wheat bread 13,9 15,8 13,9 10,2 Wheat flour 449,4 441,0 427,4 448,8 Pepper black 187,8 182,8 172,2 161,0 Tea black 5,1 4,7 4,3 3,7 Salt 51,5 47,5 46,7 43,3 Caramel 45,9 43,6 40,5 37,4 Baking 2006 2005 2004 2003
    • OUTPUT OF SELECTED INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 10,9 11,3 11,1 10,2 Electricity, bill. kWh 904 654 466 536 Tractors, pieces 30 30 11 3 Excavators, pieces 413 421 515 675 Electric machines large, pieces 1435,0 1162,8 751,0 31,2 Hydraulic turbines, thsd. kWh 51,1 50,2 48,5 47,9 Synthetic detergents, thousand tonnes 28,0 28,6 32,4 29,2 Paper, thousand tonnes 44 63 167 541 Hosiery, thousand of pairs 549,2 747,6 1772 826 Textile, thousand articles 0,6 1,4 3,1 3,3 Fabrics (all kings), mln sq. m 1,6 3,4 6,1 7,7 Mineral water, mln half-a-litre bottles 36,7 36,6 29,7 31,0 Pasta products, thousand tonnes 293,3 294,8 299,4 312,0 Bread and bakery products, thousand tonnes 352,2 367,6 410,8 392,4 Flour, thousand tonnes 434,1 420,6 394,5 351,9 Milk and dairy products (converted into whole milk), thousand tonnes 337,5 276,5 299,9 331,2 Canned food, mln standard tins 98,8 101,1 76,5 56,9 Semi-fished meat products, thousand tonnes 93,9 91,1 75,7 67,3 Sausage, thousand tonnes 0,5 0,6 1,1 1,4 Meat (including by-products), thousand tonnes 2005 2004 2003 2002
    • INDUSTRY PRODUCTION INDEX (in % to previous year) 101,7 98,8 126,5 Electric power, gas and water production and distribution 107,2 129,5 111,8 transport vehicles and transport equipment production 91,7 82,6 127,5 electric, electronic and optical equipment production 116,8 3,4 times 137,1 machine and equipment production 74,7 78,3 2,3 times metallurgy and metal products manufacturing 95,2 88,3 18,6 other non-metal mineral products production 107,7 94,1 86,6 rubber and plastic production 2,2 times 99,4 99,7 chemical production 91,3 114,6 97,4 cellulose and paper production; publishing and printing industry 98,4 85,9 102,3 wood and timber production 75,4 92,0 99,6 leather, leather products, leather shoes production 84,3 99,0 100,6 textile and sewing production 102,3 107,2 104,2 food production, including beverages and tobacco including: 103,9 107,5 110,7 Processing production 3,4 times 1,6 times 2,8 times Mineral production 2005 2004 2003
    • STRUCTURE OF INVESTMENTS IN FIXED CAPITAL BY SOURCES OF FINANCING (percentage to the total) 10,1 11,5 9,4 out of budgets of the subjects of the Russian Federation 19,7 15,2 14,5 out of federal budget of which: 29,9 26,8 23,9 out of them budget funds (funds of consolidated budget) 57,8 56,0 52,4 drawn funds 18,8 20,8 20,7 depreciation 20,8 21,5 26,1 profit out of them 42,2 44,0 47,6 own funds of which by sources of financing: 100 100 100 Total 2005 2004 2003
    • FOREIGN INVESTMENTS Without the taking into consideration the data from the authorities for credit regulation, commercial and savings banks as well. (mln. US dollars) 1148 848 590 784 other 20 25 36 13 portfolio 249 112 70 84 direct Including investments: 144 142 79 75 in % to previous year 1417 985 696 881 Total 2005 2004 2003 2002
    • INVESTMENTS OF COUNTRIES INTO ECONOMY OF ST. PETERSBURG IN 2005 Mln. US dollars
    • EXTERNAL TRADE TURNOVER Mln. US dollars 9170 6915 5795 4878 Import 4885 3993 2747 1739 Export 128,8 128,5 128,0 112,7 in % to previous year 14055 10908 8542 6617 Turnover – total 2005 2004 2003 2002
    • EXTERNAL TRADE TURNOVER BY COUNTRIES of which: 308,5 313,1 621,6 Netherlands 122,9 1,1 124,0 Malaysia 109,0 91,2 200,2 Republic of Korea 897,8 1176,5 2074,3 China 308,6 66,4 375,0 Italy 204,2 152,4 356,6 Spain 105,5 267,0 372,5 India 98,5 94,6 193,1 Denmark 1210,9 329,7 1540,6 Germany 252,3 124,1 376,4 United Kingdom 417,2 3,3 420,5 Brazil 223,0 51,2 274,2 Belgium 224,5 1,3 225,8 Argentina 8924,3 4328,2 13252,5 non-CIS countries 9170,3 4884,4 14054,7 Total import export of which External trade turnover
    • EXTERNAL TRADE TURNOVER BY COUNTRIES 199,5 246,4 445,9 Ukraine 3,1 197,2 200,3 Kazakhstan of which : 246,0 556,2 802,2 CIS countries 201,5 48,5 250,0 Japan 49,4 89,4 138,8 Estonia 250,3 0,0 250,3 Ecuador 253,9 166,7 420,6 Sweden 361, 6 45,2 406,8 France 963,5 401,7 1365,2 Finland 43,5 88,0 131,5 Turkey 111,2 18,6 129,8 Taiwan (China) 55,3 57,9 113,2 Thailand 707,2 238,3 945,5 USA 179,3 25,5 204,8 Poland 268,3 35,0 303,3 Norway import export of which External trade turnover
    • ST-PETERSBURG STATE ESTABLISHMENT «ST-PETERSBURG INTERREGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER»
    • PRESIDENT MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
      • Started 1997
      • Government St.-Petersburg
      • Head of the program in St Petersburg: Vice-governor of St Petersburg Mikhail Oseyevsky
      • 6 best Universities of St.-Petersburg
      • Programs: - management - marketing - finances and credit - innovative management - project management
      • Placement programs in Russia and abroad
    • St-PETERSBURG INTERREGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER (SPIRC)
      • Founded in 2004
      • Support from European Commission – 35.000 euro (grant)
      • Participation of City Government
    • MAJOR DIRECTIONS OF ACTIVITIES OF THE SPIRC
      • President management training program
      • Mutual projects with St Petersburg administration and foreign partners
      • Interregional and international projects
      • Scientific researches
      • Support for business
      • Expert council
      • Consulting
    • HR-DIRECTIONS OF THE SPIRC
      • Development and realization of programs of development of human resources
      • - The program of development of a labour market
      • - Training specialists for hi-tech branches
      • - Postprogram work (work with graduates(alumni))
      • - Monitoring of HR market (management staff)
    • SPIRC ACTIVITY
      • Organization of international conference
      • Database of business contacts (Russian and foreign potential partners)
      • Business meetings in St Petersburg.
      • Creating a business links with a foreign partners
      • Finding partners for co-projects
      • Business exchange program
      • Exhibitions
      • Special educational projects (trainings, coaching etc.)
    • OVER 2 5 00 GRADUATES Scale of business:
    • ST-PETERSBURG’S COMPANIES IN PRESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
      • Manufacture:
      • Sloteks
      • OAO «Sevkabel-Holding»
      • Science & Research :
      • CNII & OKI robototechniki
      • Exhibition industry :
          • OAO «Lenexpo»
      • Mechanical engineering industry:
      • OAO «Arsenal»
      • Izhorsky zavod
      • OAO «Obuhovsky zavod»
      • Energy industry:
      • Lenenergo
    • POST GRADUATION ACTIVITIES
      • Placement in Russia and abroad
      • Follow-up seminars
      • Business seminars
      • Association activities
      • Mutual projects
    • POST GRADUATION ACTIVITIES
      • Business game between St-Petersburg Universities « Business & authority – to с ity » with a support of the Vice-governor of St.- Petersburg Mikhail Oseyevsky
    • AGREEMENT OF COLLABORATION
      • The Union of North-west regions :
    • «NORTH-WEST CONSORTIUM OF ASSOSIATIONS ALUMNI PRESIDENT MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
      • Common informative field
      • Exchange in sphere of business and project development
      • Development of interregional business links
      • Help in realization graduate’s project
      • THE PROGRAM OF GERMAN EXPERTS TRAINING COORDINATED BY THE ST.-PETERSBURG OFFICIAL BODY "ST.-PETERSBURG INTER-REGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER"
      The period of training: from 31.10.06. till 18.11.06. A place of training: St.-Petersburg
    • THE PROGRAM 18.11.06. 18.11.06. Departure of German trainees 20 day 17.11.06 17.11.06. Final seminar on the basis of "St.-Petersburg inter-regional resource center" 19 day 16.11.06. 16.11.06. Practice at the enterprise № 5 18 day 15.11.06. 14.11.06. Practice at the enterprise № 4 17 day 13.11.06. 13.11.06. Practice at the enterprise № 3 16 day 12.11.06. 12.11.06. Free time 15 day 11.11.06. 11.11.06. The cultural-entertaining program 14 day 10.11.06. 10.11.06. Practice at the enterprise № 2 13 day 09.11.06. 08.11.06. Practice at the enterprise № 1 10, 11 day 07.11.06. 06.11.06 . Training in High School of St.-Petersburg 8,9 day 05.11.06. 05.11.06. Free time 7 day 04.11.06. 01.11.06. Training in High School of St.-Petersburg 3,4,5,6 day 31.10.06. 31.10.06. Adjusting seminar on the basis of "St.-Petersburg inter-regional resource center" at participation of High School representatives 2 day 30.10.06 Arrival of German trainees Moving in hotel Free time 1 day Date E vent Day
    • THE PROGRAM OF AN ORIENTAL SEMINAR FOR GERMAN EXPERTS IN ST.-PETERSBURG OFFICIAL BODY "ST.-PETERSBURG INTER-REGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER"
      • 09.45 - 10.00 – Registration of participants
      • 10.00 - 11.00 - Opening of a seminar. Salutatory performances of representatives of City Administration, Committee of economic development of industrial policy and trade of St.-Petersburg, St.-Petersburg Official body "St.-Petersburg Inter-regional resource center".
      • 11.00 - 11.45 - Adjusting lecture on a format of training passage (the representative of the organization-coordinator)
      • 11.45 - 12.00 - Coffee break
      • 12.00 - 12.30 - Representation of the training program in High School (the representative of High School -Participant of the program of training)
      • 12.30 - 13.00 – Experience of training in Germany graduates of the Presidential Program on training managers and executives for Enterprises of the National Economy of the Russian Federation (Graduates of the Presidential Program)
      • 13.00 - 13.30 – Representation of German experts-participants of the training program
      • 13.30 - 13.45 - Coffee break
      • 13.45 - 14.45 – Presentations of the Russian enterprises accepting German experts on training
      • 14.45 15.45 – Carrying out the group discussion, with use of method moderation.
      • 15.45 - 16.00 – Summarizing of the passed training.
      31.10.2006
    • THE PROGRAM OF A FINAL SEMINAR FOR GERMAN EXPERTS IN ST.-PETERSBURG OFFICIAL BODY "ST.-PETERSBURG INTER-REGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER"
      • 09.45 - 10.00 – Registration of participants
      • 10.00 - 10.15 – Opening address of the St.-Petersburg Official body "St.-Petersburg Inter-regional resource center" representative
      • 10.15 - 10.30 – The report of the representative of Committee on external communications and tourism of St.-Petersburg “About prospects of the Russian-German cooperation within the limits of trainee exchange programs”
      • 10.30 - 11.00. –The report of the representative of High School “About results of training in High School within the limits of the training program”
      • 11.00 - 11.45 – "The analysis of possible directions of cooperation and an exchange of experience with the Russian enterprises" (moderation with representatives of the enterprises)
      • 11.45 - 12.00 – Coffee break
      • 12.00 - 12.15 – The adjusting message on organizational questions of carrying out of the “Stock exchange of contacts”
      • 12.15- 13.45 – “Stock exchange of contacts” (Participants: German experts, representatives of the Russian enterprises, graduates of the Presidential Program on training managers and executives for Enterprises of the National Economy of the Russian Federation)
      • 13.45 - 14.00. – Coffee break
      • 14.00 - 15.30 – Continuation of the "Stock exchange of contacts"
      • 15.30 - 16.00 – Summarizing, feedback on the passed training
      17.11.2006
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
      • The Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1899 as the largest and most advanced engineering educational institute in Russia. Earl Andrey Gagarin has been chosen the first Rector and was succeeded by a chain of celebrated academicians. Dmitriy Mendeleev, Alexander Popov, Alexey Krylov and other outstanding Russian scholars of the time took active part in the institute's formation and planning of its future. The Polytechnic Institute has been set up as a very special place destined for much more that the ordinary. It was the institution originated with a distinctive character and a promise of high quality. From the beginning the Institute lived up to the aspirations of its founders. In 1910 with regards to its achievements it was given the highest honour to bear the name of Emperor Peter the Great. In years that followed the name of the Institute has been changed several times, but invariably it retained its outstanding position of one of the most highly regarded engineering educational centres. The hallmark of Polytechnic bears significance of the highest standard in teaching and research.
      Foundation & Mission
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
      • Advantages Several important elements have contributed to successful development of the University during its century long lifetime: the constant State support combined with academic autonomy, favorable disposition, extremely high concentration of talent, advanced educational programmes based on solid theoretical knowledge, traditions of extensive research with active students' involvement, vast and close links with industry and commerce, the distinctive pioneering spirit inherited from generation to generation of faculty and students.
      • The State support combined with academic autonomy From the outset the Institute has received favourable attention and support of the State. The Polytechnical University is under the direct jurisdiction of the Russian Federation Ministry of Education. According to the decision adopted by the Ministry the Technical University was certified and recognized as one of the country's leading institutes. It has been selected by the Ministry as one of the few universities for investment priority. At the same time, the University enjoys an exclusive academic independence with regards to its educational programmes which the institute is allowed to maintain in accordance with its own traditions. The University rates among the top two technical universities in Russian academic hierarchy.
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
      • Disposition   Polytechnic was built up as a satellite town let in the Northern environs of Russia's Capital. Its campus and numerous buildings reside over vast green grounds known as the Pine Tree (Sosnovka) and Forestry (Lesnoy) regions. Such spacious disposition, the long established tradition of pioneering research, high educational standards, cultural heritage and alumni fraternity altogether bear some analogy with American Ivy League universities. Its esteemed position in Russian educational hierarchy is comparable to that of MIT in US academic circles.
      • Concentration of talent Approach to faculty selection that characterizes the University has always served to establish tradition of quality and enhance its reputation of prestige. The high standard of training at the Polytechnical University is guaranteed by the high level of the experienced teachers and professors. Among the University faculty there are outstanding individuals, specialists with leadership positions in industry, economy, governmental bodies of St.Petersburg and the Region, holders of distinguishing academic and research titles and honorary awards. To ensure the prolonged certainty of a highly qualified personnel the University traditionally pays much attention to raising the younger generation of faculty members by inviting talented postgraduates to promising academic carrier positions on teaching and research staff.
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
      • Theoretic Knowledge Plus Hands-on Experience for Students The University adheres to the three long established traditions which it believes are of the utmost importance in education:
      • - to build every curriculum on a solid background of general theoretic science and mathematics 
      • - to foster active learning through problem solving and through hands-on experience 
      • - to encourages a pioneering spirit among its students by providing an environment for exploration. 
      • These goals are achieved via a challenging curriculum, instruction by experienced full-time faculty members in comparatively small classes, students' research of their own under guidance by a tutor, and , for qualified students in their 3rd or 4th year, an opportunity for active involvement in ongoing research projects.
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
    • SAINT-PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
      • Links with industry and commerce  Since the turn of the past century Polytech has become the alma-mater to over a hundred thousand graduates, its alumni forming elite corps of research and engineering in technical science and industry. Its contribution in developing the resource base of the north-west region and in the industrial development of Russia in the past century was unsurpassed, especially in metallurgy, ship-building, rail transport, hydraulic construction, civil engineering, electrical power industry and, later, in nuclear power industry, computer industry and space projects. Through its alumni, many of whom tend to rise to commanding positions in industry, business and finance, the Polytechnical University has long-established and lasting contacts, collaboration and contracts with enterprises and institutions not only in Saint Petersburg and its environs, but throughout Russia and the former Republics. The Polytechnical University collaborates with over 300 industrial organizations. In recent years with commercial activities becoming a part of academic life and commercial units becoming a part of university structure, business links are also growing to bring in financial support to education and research.
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • The Polytechnical University has inherited many treasures of historic, architectural and decorative art value. The campus itself is beautiful site, a greater part of which is a large park with magnificent buildings erected at the turn of the century, with memorial monuments.
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • The Main Building with its palace-like facade bearing a combination of baroque, roman and classic styles is the most impressive building among others on the campus. The author of the architectural project was Virrikh , construction was supervised by Freiman, completion took only three years. The interior premises - starting with its large Entrance Hall on the ground floor , from where the double-winged Central Staircase ascends to the spacious Reading Room and the grand Assembly Hall, the Scientific Council Sessions Hall - all keep in scale and style with the external grand palace appearance of the Main Building. 
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • Hydraulic Tower that architecturally dominates the picturesque park complex is one generic constructions on the campus site. Since 1905 it served not only for original purposes of water supply for the campus, but it was and still is used as an unique engineering construction instrumental for various hydraulic experiments and research.
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • The Church of Intercession of the Holy Virgin was built on University campus in 1913 in accordance with design by architects I.V. Podlevsky and V.P. Tavlinov. The Church was decorated in the ancient Russian style, marvelous icons and splendid candelabra are the main elements of the inner decor. The Church was inaugurated on 15 December, 1913. It was closed in the 30's and resumed its services in 1993. The interior restoration is still underway.
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • The Fundamental Library of the University , besides its invaluable collection of books, periodicals and manuscripts, possesses many articles of artistic and historical value, among which are sculptures. The full-size sculpture of Lev N.Tolstoy by renowned artist I.Ya.Ginzburg (1859-1839) resides in the Reading Hall since 1911.
    • HERITAGE SPBSPU
      • Historical Museum of Technology was founded in the Polytechnical University in 1976 and is a depository of national importance. Since 1987 the museum serves as the Scientific and Methodical Centre Headquarters for museums of all universities in St.Petersburg and in the north-west region of Russia. Its activities have been recognised and marked by a number of state rewards and certificates for achievements.
    • ST.PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY: FACTS AND FIGURES
      • History: The Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1899 as the largest and most advanced engineering educational institute in Russia. In 1910 with regards to its achievements it was given the highest honour to bear the name of Emperor Peter the Great. The present name: Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University
      • Rating: The Polytechnic University is invariably placed among the top 2 technical universities of Russia according to the annual national rating contest.
    • ST.PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY: FACTS AND FIGURES
      • Divisions and Affiliations: The Polytechnicl University embraces 23 Institutes and Faculties, 6 associated institutes outside St.Petersburg in the cities of Pskov, Cheboksary, Cherepovets, Sosnoviy Bor, Smolensk and Anadyr, and many scientific research laboratories.
      • Faculty Staff: The total faculty numbers over 2400 full-time members, among them:
      • 18 Members and Corresponding Members of Russian Academy of Science, 550 Doctors of Science (this advanced Degree is awarded in Russia only to field-leading scholars), 1400 Candidates of Science (the Degree is analogous to PhD). 
    • ST.PETERSBURG STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY: FACTS AND FIGURES
      • Attendance Approximately 15,500 attend, of which 13,500 are full-time undergraduate students, 800 are postgraduate students (“aspirants”), and about 1,100 are international students.
      • Alumni In the past century over 150,000 specialists graduated. An impressive number of them became Laureates of the most prestigious national and international prizes (such as Nobel prizes), holders of honorary decorations and winners of distinguished awards, Members and Corresponding Members of the national Academy of Science, founders of new research directions and schools. Over the century the University has educated and/or employed many outstanding persons.
    • INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
      • Collaboration agreements signed with 105 universities world-wide. Over 40 foreign companies and firms are partners of the Technical University. Recently the Polytechnic University participates in 30 major Projects with international funding. Over 1100 international students and interns attend at the Polytechnic University annually. Over 15,000 students from 92 countries have graduated from the University in the past. 
      • A long-time member of International Association of Universities and other influential international associations and organizations, actively participates in all major academic and scientific programes - TEMPUS, TACIS, COPERNICUS, etc. For example: June 1999 the University enjoyed the privilege of being the host for the world-wide UNESCO conference entitled "Internationalization of Education in 21st Century: the role of Technical Universities". 
      • The continuous collaboration with the world's leading universities: the University has agreements of co-operation with 73 foreign Higher Education Institutions, Research Establishments and companies from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Jordan, the Netherlands, Poland, South Korea, Switzerland, UK, and USA. 
    • INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
      • The Faculty System:
      • Engineering faculties
      • Physical faculties
      • Economics and Humanities faculties
      • Educational and Research Centres
    • ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
      • Graduate Degrees
      • The Faculties and Institutes comprising well over a hundred Departments offer curricula for about 2,000 various specialities in science and engineering. Faculties operate (with some exceptions) on a four-tier Degree System - Intermediate (Bachelor lever), Graduate (Master, Engineer), Postgraduate (“aspirantura” - PhD), and Advanced (“doctorantura” - Dr. of Science). The period of education at the University for various Degrees is:
      • Bachelor Degree - 4 years (prerequisite - a secondary school certificate)
      • Engineer 5 - 5.5 years (prerequisite - a secondary school certificate)
      • Engineer 1.5 years (prerequisite - a BSc Degree) 
      • Master of Sciences - 2 years (prerequisite - a BSc Degree) 
      • Candidate of Science (PhD) - 3 years (prerequisite - a MSc or Eng. Degree); 
      • Doctor of Science (advanced Doctor Degree) - 3 years (prerequisite - a PhD)
    • ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
      • The multilevel education system: basic principles
      • Educational programme of the 1st and 2nd levels is common for all the students studying for 1-6 semester period. The common programme includes the following units of courses: humanitarian and social-economical, natural science, basic design, basic engineering, automatics basics and its devices.
      • During the 6th-8th semesters students get a professional orientation in the form of free-chosen blocks of special technical courses
      • The 3rd level of education is strictly specialised according to the engineer specialities and the master programmes of study.
    • ECONOMICS AND HUMANITIES FACULTIES
      • Faculty of Economics and Management
      • International Graduate School of Management
      • Faculty of Humanities
      • Institute of Innovatics
      • Institute of International Educational Programs
      • Faculty of management and Information Technologies
    • INSTITUTE OF INNOVATICS
      • Established in 1996
      • The Faculty departments:
      • - Theory of Innovation Technique Management
      • - President Management Tainting Programs
      • - Project Management
      • - Quality Assurance System
      • - Investment Engineering
      • - Technologies of Complex Innovations
      • - Retraing Programs
      • Offers an opportunity to get a Bachelor, a Graduate Diploma or a Master Degree in the field of innovatics
      • The Distance Education Programs available
      • Excellent international experience
      • Wide communications with Russian enterprises
    • THE INFORMATION ON THE ENTERPRISES DECLARED ON PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM ON RECEPTION OF GERMAN TRAINEES 6 Private, Applied metrology, development, manufacture and delivery of devices for linearly-angular measurements Open Company Engineering-metrological center “ Mikro ” 2500 Private, the Batch of bread Open Society “Hlebniy Dom” 500 Private, Processing of polymeric materials Open Company “ Zavod po pererabotke plastmass imeni Komsomol’skoy pravdi” 400 Private, Manufacture of building materials, decorative paper layered plastic for car building, construction of lifts Open Society “ Slotex” 60 Private, Manufacture optical-mechanical devices Joint-Stock Company “ Optica-elite” 80 Private, Designing and construction of buildings and constructions, delivery of furniture and subjects of stock Open Company “ Creakon” 22 Private, Light industry, manufacture of children's linen jersey Open Company “ Baltik West” 1000 Private, Manufacture of cables and wires Open Society “ Sevkabel” 160 Private, Manufacture of furniture, processing of mirrors and glasses, sale Open Company “ Gurov and Co” Number of employees Pattern of ownership Field of activity N ame
    • THE TRAINING PROGRAM OF FOREIGN (GERMAN) EXPERTS AT THE RUSSIAN ENTERPRISE: 16 TOTAL 5 8 Individual part of training. Foreign (German) experts get acquainted with the chosen activity fields of the enterprise in detail, according to the coordinated plan, including on workplaces. 4 1 Moderation (summarizing of the organization - the coordinator of preparation spends): the analysis of possible cooperation directions and an exchange of experience with the enterprise. Development of individual plans of the foreign expert at the enterprise (the foreign expert can choose 1 - 2 fields of activity of the enterprise with which it would like to familiarize in more details). Formation of the coordinated plan of an individual training part passage. 3 4 The profound acquaintance to the basic activity fields of the enterprise, such as: Marketing activity. Quality management. Innovative activity. Management of the personnel, etc. List of activity fields and duration of action can be expanded depending on specificity of the enterprise and structure of group. 2 3 The general acquaintance to the enterprise. A meeting with administration: history, fields of activity and production, the purposes and prospects of development, foreign economic relations of the enterprise. Excursion on the enterprise. 1 (hours) Themes of the educational occupations №