Who could get scholarship for education in Russian university and how to pass competitive selection
15 000 government grants for foreign students are given in Russia annually.
What government grants include
The grant provides your free studying on the chosen specialty for the entire period of education. Also, if you need to improve knowledge of Russian, the grant covers education at preparatory faculty.
In addition, monthly payment is provided. In 2016 payment constituted 1 300 rubles ($21).
Who may receive a Grant
All candidates with the secondary school and vocational school finished (school, technical school, lyceum, etc.) and successfully passed competitive selection in their own country can receive a grant.
Competitive selection process
Competitive selections take place in two stages.
The first stage will take place in your country. For this purpose, it is necessary to contact the The representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Malaysia.
The second stage consists in selection of suitable candidates by the Russian universities. Results of competitive selection will be known after consideration by higher education institutions of all arrived applications
Where and what are the selection events format
The selection event take place on the basis of RCSC in KL.
How to find out the result of competitive selection
In 1-2 months after passing of competitive selection in your own country and selection by the chosen higher education institutions in Russia you will be informed about results. If competitive selection not passed, you can send the application for studying by contract and enter the Russian university on a paid basis. For this purpose send the request for the contract, which is saved on your personal account of Russia.study, creating new one isn’t necessary.
What government grant does not cover
Government grant does not cover transfer to University, living expenses and health insurance.
Choose your future profession
The site https://future-in-russia.com/ provides a clear interface for choosing a university and educational program. Below we give an example of selecting a university in Russia for studying under the AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING program.
Suppose you want to connect your life with aviation and become an aircraft engineer. As a result of mastering the educational program, you will master, for example, the following subjects:
1. Mathematical modeling of systems and processes, including:
1.1. Simulation modeling; random value generation; model time management; modeling of parallel processes.
1.2. Methodology of mathematical modeling; methods for developing mathematical models; computational methods.
1.3. Tasks of mathematical physics; mathematical modeling of non-linear objects and processes; research methods of mathematical models; methods and models of mathematical modeling.
2. Computer aided design systems (CAD)
2.1. The concept of the life cycle of engineering products; concept of product life cycle; technological preparation of production.
2.2. Automation and maintenance of the life cycle of engineering products; CALS-technologies in mechanical engineering; software components of the product life cycle.
2.3. The principles of construction and structure of CAD of technological processes (TP).
2.4. Information support of CAD TP; Information bases CAD CAD; database management systems; The concept of a database of technological knowledge.
3. Design and construction of aircraft
3.1. Classification of aircraft (LA) according to the principles of flight.
Fundamentals of aerodynamics. The interaction of the medium and the moving body. Classification of flight speeds. Basic laws of aerodynamics. High speed aerodynamics elements. Axis coordinate systems. Aerodynamic characteristics of the aircraft. Fundamentals of the dynamics of aircraft flight. Trajectories of movement. Forces acting on an airplane in flight. The spatial movement of the aircraft. The concept of aerodynamic calculation.
3.2. Aerodynamic layout of the aircraft. Geometric parameters of streamlined bodies. The geometric parameters of the bearing surface (wing). The geometric parameters of the bearing parts of the aircraft (fuselage). Aerodynamic schemes.
3.3. Criteria and methods for evaluating design and engineering decisions; calculation of the mass of the aircraft; airplane circuit analysis; layout and alignment of the aircraft; optimization of design parameters.
3.4. Structural mechanics; strain strain of aircraft structures.
3.5. External loads acting on the aircraft; curved flight in vertical, horizontal planes; flight in turbulent air (chatter); V-n diagrams (ICAO diagrams).
3.6. Wing; plumage; mechanization. Fuselage; types of structure, structural strength. Chassis; depreciation systems, types of systems.
4. Theories of reliability of systems and equipment
4.1. Classification of failures; laws of reliability; assessment of reliability indicators.
4.2. Analysis and testing of products for reliability.
4.3. Reliability of technological processes; process management; reliability assessment of technological processes;
5. Building mechanics
5.1. Stress theory; strength and tension; stress tensor; differential equilibrium equations; voltage on inclined platforms; stresses, stress tensor invariants; ball tensor and stress deviator.
5.2. Geometric theory of deformation; Hooke’s generalized law; plane problem of elasticity theory; bending of thin plates.
5.3. Mechanics of core systems; beam theory of thin-walled structures; fundamentals of the theory of elasticity; variational methods of elasticity theory; finite element method.
5.4. Features of thin plates for torsion, bending, compression.
5.5. Beams; settlement schemes; lateral forces and bending moments; plotting.
6.1. The main stages of solving computer problems; program life cycle; statement of the problem and specification of the program; program quality criteria; ways to write an algorithm.
6.2. Data types; presentation of the main control structures of programming; program analysis; statements about programs; program correctness; structure theorem and structural programming; inference rules for basic programming structures; invariant statements; procedures and functions; Arrays statements about arrays; records; Files inductive functions on sequences (files, arrays).
6.3. Dynamic data structures linear lists: main types and methods of implementation; linear list as an abstract data type; modular programs; recursive definitions and algorithms; programming recursive algorithms; ways to design and verify programs.
6.4. Abstract data type: specification, presentation, implementation. Linear data structures: stack, queue, dec; nonlinear data structures: hierarchical lists, trees and forests, binary trees; tree walks; search and coding (compression) of data, code trees, optimal prefix codes.
6.5. Exhaustive search: search with return, branch and bound method, dynamic programming; quick search: binary search, hashing; the use of trees in search problems: binary search trees, random, optimal, height-balanced (AVL) and randomized search trees; analysis of the complexity and effectiveness of search algorithms.
6.6. Sorting tasks; internal and external sorting; sorting algorithms; optimal sorting; ordinal statistics; analysis of the complexity and effectiveness of sorting algorithms.
7. Construction materials
7.1. The main structural alloys used in aircraft construction. Classification, properties, corrosion resistance, processing technology.
7.2. Features of polymer composite materials. Dispersed and fibrous fillers, binders for composites. Management of the mechanical properties of composites.
7.3. the use of composites in the construction of aircraft.
7.4. Manufacturing Processes
Then in the search form enter information about Level of education, Scientific sphere, Group of educational programs, Educational program. Choose a university.
Below we provide information about universities offering study AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING programs.
Aircraft engineering is concerned with design, engineering and testing of helicopters and other aircraft vehicles as well as aircraft industry management. Students develop and test different kinds of flying machines, have practice placement at helicopter and airplanes plants and have competencies in such areas as structures, propulsion systems, vehicle movement and control, communications and overall vehicle design.
Faculty graduates are open minded, creative, capable to work in new technical trends and to solve engineering problems of aerodynamics, flight mechanics and robotics. They are successful in their professional careers as designers, engineers, service technicians, researchers and experts in both state and private sectors of the aircraft industry.
The core educational department of the Aircraft Engineering faculty is established and implemented in cooperation with world-wide known helicopter corporation “Russian helicopters”.
• Aircraft Engineering
• Heat engineering and applied hydromechanics
• Aircraft Engineering
o Helicopter Engineering
• Heat engineering and applied hydromechanics
o Refrigeration technology air conditioning systems
• Machine Engineering
o Heat and Power Processes in Life Support Systems of Flying Machines and Their Engines
• Thermophysics and theoretical thermomechanics
Institute of Aeronautical Engineering
The Institute has a highly qualified faculty staff, excellent material and technical base – teaching and research laboratories, computer classes and the training airfield with many aircrafts.
Institute graduates become good aircraft designers and technologists, they maintain and test serial aircrafts, provide aircraft operations safety at the Russian and international airlines, work as an engineer of compressor stations on main gas pipelines and gas processing plants, organize transport logistics and ensure the efficiency of commercial aircraft work at the offices of Russian airlines abroad.
Since 2007, the aeronautical engineering department has been training aircraft maintenance specialists of foreign aircraft manufactures like Boeing and Airbus under order of airlines and maintenance organizations. Since 2008, the best students have been going abroad to the leading aircraft operating enterprises for internship.
Department of the Aircraft Industry
The department was founded in 1987.
Head of the department – assistant professor Scheklein V.S., PhD.
Address: 13, Sozidateley avenue, building #2, 432072 POB: 3662.
Ph.: +7 (8422) 20-96-96.
130100 – Aircraft construction and helicopter engineering,
071900 – Informational systems and economics.
Postgraduate study is available on the following specialities:
05.07.02 – Aircraft designing, construction and production,
05.13.12 – Computer-aided design systems (branch differentiation),
05.02.18 – Machinery and mechanism theory.
The Faculty of Aircraft Engine Design, Energy and Transportation Engineering (FAEDETE) offers more than 30 academic options in several subject areas at the main Ufa State Aviation Technical University (USATU) campus in Ufa.
- Aircraft Engine Design
- Aerospace Engineering
- Aerospace Vehicle and Aircraft Engine Maintenance
- Heat Power Engineering and Thermotechnics
- Power Systems Engineering
- Transportation Technology
- Aerospace and Rocket Equipment
- Aircraft Propulsion and Power Systems
- Aircraft and Helicopter Design
- Aeronavigation and Maintenance of aerospace and rocket equipment
Field of training
Form of attendance
Bachelor’s Degree Program
Do you aspire to be a creator of airliners and unmanned aerial vehicles, discover new principles of flight mechanics and structural engineering? The one of the most world-recognized aerospace university is about to bring you the best knowledge and experience inherited from Russian high-tech industry. Our program is meant for those who wish to invent new flying vehicles and create the future.
Advanced studying of technical disciplines combined with intensive workshops guided by high-profile professionals from principal Russian aircraft design bureaux such as Sukhoi, Mig, Ilyushin, Beriev, Tupolev ensure the highest level of education received by graduates as well as acquaintance with a full range of modern approaches for aircraft design engineering.
Methods for aircraft design engineering
Thermodynamics and heat transfer
Material science and strength theory
Product lifecycle management in aviation industry
Methods for modeling in CAD software systems.
Our graduates possess high competencies for quickly entering the workflow being employed by world majors of aerospace industry such as Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, Thales, COMAC, ATR, Cessna, Fokker, Hindustan Aeronautics. They can easily join any airline company or enter into one of the national air industry projects all over the world.