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THE BELARUSIAN NATIONAL TECHNICAL
UNIVERSITY  (BNTU)
A NEW PAGE IN THE HISTORY OF OUR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
Prof.Boris M.KHROUSTALEV,
Rector, Corresponding Member
of Academy of Sciences of the
Republic of Belarus
By the Order of the President of the Republic of
Belarus from the 1st of April 2002 the Belarusian
State Polytechnic Academy was reorganized into
the Belarusian National Technical University.
The Belarusian National Technical University
(BNTU) is not only national leader of higher
technical education in Belarus, but also it is a
historical and cultural centre.
Our higher education establishment represents
the unique scientific and pedagogic school. It
traveled a long and glorious road from BPI-BSPA
to University and according to its achievements in
the sphere engineering education; the Belarusian
National Technical University is the founder of six
higher Educational establishments in the republic
of Belarus.
We are proud of our specialist the quality of
education process, scientific investigations our
teaching staff and our students. The professional potential allows to carry
out specialist’ training at the level of world and European standards.
If you want to be a good specialist, if you have a wish to study and to
improve Your knowledge You are welcome! We are ready to give you all
necessary facilities for study, relaxation, physical training. It is you our
future generation who will determine scientific and technical progress in
the new millennium.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO THE THE BELARUSIAN NATIONA
L TECHNICAL
 
INFORMATION ABOUT UNIVERSITY

Belarusian National Technical University is one of the oldest and largest
higher education institutions of the republic of Belarus.
Founded in 1920 on the basis of a polytechnic college, the University is
now the leading scientific and education centre. At present the University
has approximately 28,000 persons who are engaged in full-time, part-time,
post-graduate and Master degree courses.
Most of the major academic and research units are housed in 18 new and
modern buildings equipped with advanced technological and scientific
facilities.
More than 1800 instructors, among which well-know scientist, State Prize
Laureates in in the filed of science and engineering, honored men and
women in education are working at 103 departments of the BNTU. Their
professional potential allows to carry out the specialist’ training at the level
of world and European standards in such fields as bioengineering,
informatics, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, architecture, power
engineering, instrument-making, industrial economy, international
standardization and certification, audit activities, ecology etc.

In 1947 Nobel Prize Laureate in the field of Physics (2000) Zhores I. Alferov
started his studies at the BNTU (know in the 40-ies as the Belarusian
Polytechnic Institute).
During the last period of time a great number of new specialties were
introduced: Biotechnical and Medical Devices and Systems, Marketing,
Management, Business and Administration, Book-Keeping, Analysis and
Audit, ICT, Urban Electrical Transport, Industrial Robots and Robotics
Complexes, World Economy and International Economic Relations etc. Two
new Faculties (Faculty of Nature Resources and Ecology, Faculty of
Management technologies and Humanities) have been established in 2002.
In 2003-2004 academic years the BNTU provides higher education in 72
specialists at 15 main faculties.
The BNTU’s multi-level system of education is in process of introduction
which looks 1st level – the 2-year studying of basic subjects (incomplete
higher education). Graduating it student may continue studies at the BNTU
on optional courses or choose another higher institution; 2nd level – 5-year
curriculum for receiving Bachelor degree and qualification “an engineer”;  
3rd level 6-year curriculum, Master of Science degree and the right to
lecture engineering subjects in technical colleges or work as researcher. In
total 6-year of studying.
Post-graduate Courses (M>Phil.Ph.D) maybe taken in the following
directions: Mechanics, Physics, Biological Science, Engineering Science as
Mechanical engineering and Science of Materials, Physical and
Engineering Processes and Equipment (as well as plasma and PVD
coatings), Powers, Metallurgic and Chemical Mechanical Engineering,
Electrical Engineering , Instrument-Making, Metrology and Information-
Measuring Device and System, Informatics and Computing Machinery,
Metallurgy Power Engineering, Transport, Civil Engineering, Economic
Science, Theory and Methods of Professional Training, Architecture and
Ecology.
Students are trained at 15 faculties: Automobile and Tractor; Milling
Engineering and Ecology; Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical
technological, Marketing, Management and Entrepreneurship; Power
Engineering; Information technologies and Robotics; Management
Technologies and Humanities; Engineering-Pedagogical; Power
Engineering Construction; Architecture; Civil Engineering; Instrument-
Making; Transport Communications; Military Engineering.
In 1960 The University started training Students from Europe, Asia, Africa
and Latin America. More than 5000 foreign alumni of the BNTU successfully
work in their countries as Ministers, Directors and Managers of industrial
enterprises, Heads of Scientific research centres and educational
institution, Chief Architects. In 1995 the International Association of
Graduate of the Belarusian State Polytechnic Academy was founded and in
1997 on the Basis of the BSPA with IAG assistance – the International
Students’ Association (first in the Republic of Belarus) was opened.
The Courses of the Chinese and Arabic Languages are opened on the
basis of our University, where not only foreign but also Belarusian and
Russian Students have the possibility to improve their knowledge in one of
these languages.

The BNTU with IAG assistance provides facilities for social activities,
including various entertainments, to make students’ leisure time not only
pleasant but useful as well. Foreign students take an active part in all
arrangements, organized at high level.

In cooperation with IAG and ISA, the University organizes international
parties, meeting, devoted to national festivals, folk arts exhibitions,
International Day of  youth Solidarity. Every year the International Center
organizes Festival “Students’ Kaleidoscope”.
All these arrangements further the development of friendship between
nations.

ADMISSION

The language use for teaching is Russian. The teaching process is
conducted in accordance with major curricular corresponding to the best
standards of prestigious foreign technical universities.
For admission the State Examination commission needs the following
candidate’s documents, which should be presented to the University by the
31st of August:
. Application from with full name, date and place of birth, the number of
national passport, home address and other information;
. Authenticated copy of the secondary school- graduation certificate with
course subjects and earns marks;
. Medical certificate with record proving the physical capabilities of
candidate for studies;
. Authenticate copy of the birth certificate;
.8 photos 4x6 cm.
Reference from Police;

After arrival in Minsk a student submits the original documents.
The level of knowledge in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Technical
Drawing should be 70-80% of the full scale of the marks accepted at the
national education system.
Foreign citizens should begin studying at the elementary/preparatory
course, where the Russian language, Mathematics, Physics, and other
technical subjects are taught, pursuing the plan. At the end of this course, if
they take exams successfully, student receive certificate, which give them
the right to continue their study in one of the option colleges.

After successful graduation from the University a student receives a
diploma of international standard and is qualified as {Engineer} or
{Architect}. Depending on curriculum and studying time a student maybe
conferred the degree of Bachelor or Master of Science in Engineering or
Architecture.
The BNTU does not take upon itself the expenses for transportation,
medical care, incurrence if it is not indicate in the contract, it make no
residential or orther obligations to wards the student’s family.

MINSK

The BNTU is located in the center of Minsk – the capital of the Republic of
Belarus, an ancient and modern city. The population is nearly 2 million
inhabitants. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and is the
commercial, Industrial, Financial and Transportation hub of the Republic of
Belarus. Minsk has mild climate that encourages year-round outdoor
activities. Picturesque lakes are to the south- east. The city is praised for its
quality of life, climate, housing costs and cultural activities.
There are national drama, music theatres and ballets companies, an
excellent symphony orchestra, an award wining art museum, public parks
as well as professional football, baseball, basketball and hockey teams in
Minsk. Outstanding events include numerous outdoor arts festivals,
neighborhood celebrations and summer evening symphony concerts in the
parks.
Minsk is known for its religious activities. There are Orthodox and Catholic
churches, two Synagogues, a Mosque and other religious establishments.
New churches are in the state of construction including two old Polish
Roman-Catholic churches being reconstructed.
The city has well-organized traffic and transit systems, fine residential
areas, historic landmark and modern shopping centers.
Thanks to its geographical location, Minsk, during the centuries, was a
crossroads having connected peoples of East and West, of North and
South, and played a very significant role in development of economic
co-operation of Europe with Asia.
Belarus today is highly developed industrial country of more than 10 million
inhabitants, a charter member of the United Nations, and maintains
diplomatic and economic relations with many foreign countries. The
Belarusian industry products such as heavy lorries “BelAZ”, “MAZ”, whel
tractors, refrigerators, TV-sets, radio equipment, computers, farm
implements, road construction machines, automated industrial systems and
many other goods are well-known in the world market. Building materials,
chemical and petroleum products are exported to many foreign countries.
The BNTU maintains close relations with industrial enterprises. One
objective of the University’s laboratories is to develop and promote
adoption of new technologies, technical devices etc. at these enterprises.
The BNTU students carry out their option training and work as engineers
after the end of studies in these industries.

MEALS AND HOUSING

The BNTU’s students are provide with comfortable modern hostel are well-
organized service establishment. If a student desires, a separate room can
be given to him or he can live together with other students in two-or-three
bed rooms. Separate room accommodation cost 24-36 euro per month and
two or three bed room costs 12-14 euro per month. The hostels are
situated near the academic and major research units.
Many excellent restaurants are nearby, including the University cafeterias
and dining halls.

RESEARCH WORK

The BNTU co-operates with 64 foreign higher learning institutions in the
fields of education and scientific research. It is a member of the European
University Association, and takes an active part in the international
programs such as TEMPUS, INTAS, COPERNICUS and UNESCO.
Students have good possibilities to participate in research work, to take
part in academic symposia and conferences and to be members of different
scientific research socialites.

The university compensates some of the expenses of the students,
conducting independent research work.

ATTENDANCE

Only students who intend to pursue their studies seriously should apply for
admission. Teachers verify attendance at each class session and in order
to remain in the program in good standing, a student must attend at least
90 percent of the classer.
There are two terms in each academic year and there are two weeks of
vacation in winter and two months in summer at the University.

Al the end of term students takes preliminaries and exams and if they pass
the session successfully they are transferred to the next course.

CAMPUS PRIVILEGES

All students receive an identification card recognizing the student status.
This card permits students to use University’s library and borrow materials
in limited quantities. The well stocked library having more than 2 million
volumes is at students’ disposal.
Other outstanding facilities include a computer centre, a modern theatre
and arts centre and an Olympic-size swimming pool in the newly-renovated
student athletic complex. Near Minsk there is a sport complex {Rawbichi},
where international competitions take place and on the week-end students
have possibilities to spend their free time there. During summer and winter
vacations students may stay at resorts, sanatoriums of the BNTU, locate in
picturesque parts of our Republic.


A LIST OF SPECIALITIES (VOCATIONS)
AND QUALIFICATIONS


NN   FACUTY/VOCATIONS                                                                   QUALIFICATIONS

AUTOMOBILE AND TRACTOR FACULTY

36 01 07      PNEUMOHYDRO SYSTEM OF MOBILE                                         MECHANICAL ENGINEER
TECHNOLOGICAL MACHINES                                                           

37 01 01     INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES                                              MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 02     AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING                                                       MECHANICAL ENGINEER  

37 01 03     TRACTOR ENGINEERING                                                            MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 04     MULTIPURPOSE CRAWLER & WHEEL MACHINE                           MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 05     URBAN ELECTRIC TRANSPORT                                    ELECTRO MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 06     TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE OF AUTOMOBILE                               MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 07     AUTOMOBILE SERVICE CENTER                                                  MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 08     ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY AT AUTOMOBILE TRANSPORT            AN ENGINEER & APPRAISER

44 01 01    ORGANIZATION OF TRANSPORTATION   & MANAGEMENT                 ENGINEER –MANAGER
OF AUTOMOBILE & URBAN TRANSPORT

44 01 02    ORGANIZATION OF ROAD TRAFFIC                                               ENGINEER INSPECTOR

25 01 08    BOOKKEEPING, ANALYSIS & AUDIT                                                                ECONOMIST

25 01 10   BUSINESS ACTIVITY                                                                        ECONOMIST MANAGER

27 01 01   ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                           ENGINEER-ECONOMIST
(AUTOMOBILE TRANSPORT)                       
               

MINING ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING ECOLOGY FACULTY

36 10 01    MINING MACHINES & EQUIPMENTS                                             MECHANICAL ENGINEER
 IN MINING ENGINEERING

51 02 01    DEVELOPMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCE DEPOSITS                             MINING ENGINEER

57 01 02    ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT & AUDIT IN INDUSTRY                     ECOLOGICAL ENGINEER
 & MANAGER


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


36 01 01   TECHNOLOGY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                                ENGINEER

36 01 03   TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT OF MACHINE-BUILDING INDUSTRY                    ENGINEER

36 01 04    EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGIES OF HIGHLY-EFFECTIVE PROCESSES                ENGINEER
OF MATERIAL TREATMENT                                            

53 01 01    AUTOMATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL
PROCESSES & PRODUCTION                                                          AUTOMATION ENGINEER

54 01 02    METHODS, QUALITY CONTROL DEVICES & DEVICES                                        ENGINEER
FOR OBJECT CONDITION DIAGNOSTICS

55 01 01    INTELLECTUAL DEVICES, MACHINES & INDUSTRIES             ENGINEER OF INTELLECTUAL
TECHNOLOGIES
                                       
31 03 02   MECHANICS (COMPUTERS MECHANICS)                                      MECHANICAL ENGINEER

27 01 01   ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                          ENGINEER –ECONOMIST

MECHANICAL & TECHNOLOGICAL FACULTY

36 01 02   MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                 ENGINEER

36 01 05   MACHINES & TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIAL TREATMENT BY PRESSURE             ENGINEER

36 01 06 EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY OF WELDING                                                        ENGINEER

36 02 01 MACHINES & TECHNOLOGIES OF FOUNDRY                                                     ENGINEER         

42 01 01 METALLURGICAL PRODUCTION & MATERIAL TREATMENT                                   ENGINEER

42 01 02 POWDER METALLURGY, COMPOUND MATERIALS & COVERINGS                       ENGINEER


MARKETING, MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP


25 01 03 WORLD ECONOMICS                                                                                         ECONOMIST

25 01 07 ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT AT ENTERPRISE                                  ECONOMIST –MANAGER

26 02 01 BUSINESS – ADMINISTRATION                                                           MANAGER ECONOMIST

26 02 03 MARKETING                                                                                     ECONOMIST- MANAGER

36 20 03 TRADE EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGIES                                                                ENGINEER

52 04 01 PRODUCTION OF EXPOSITIONAL & PUBLICITY OBJECTS                                     ENGINEER



POWER ENGINEERING


43 01 01 ELECTRIC POWER STATION                                                              ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

43 01 02 ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS & NETS                                                 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

43 01 03 ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY                                                                  ELECTRIC ENGINEER

43 01 04 HEAT POWER STATIONS                                                                   ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

43 01 05 INDUSTRIAL HEAT POWER ENGINEERING                                        ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

53 01 04 AUTOMATION & POWER PROCESS CONTROL                                   AUTOMATION ENGINEER

27 01 01 ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                           ENGINEER & ECONOMIST


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES & ROBOTICS


40 01 01 SOFTWARE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                                 SOFTWARE ENGINEER

40 01 02 INFORMATION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGIES                                PROGRAMMER –ENGINEER

53 01 01 AUTOMATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES & INDUSTRIES     AUTOMATION ENGINEER

53 01 02 AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS OF DATA HANDLING           ENGINEER
IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                   
53 01 05 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRIVE                                                         ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

53 01 06 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS & ROBOTICS COMPLEXES             ELECTRO– MECHANICAL ENGINEER


MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES & HUMANITIES

43 01 06 ENERGY- EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES & POWER                             ENGINEER – MANAGER
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

25 01 07 ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT AT ENTERPRISE                                ECONOMIST- MANAGER

25 01 07 BOOKKEEPING, ANALYSIS & AUDIT                                                                   ECONOMIST

26 02 02 MANAGEMENT                                                                                                    MANAGER

36 20 02 PACKING PROCESS                                              ENGINEER – CONSTRUCTOR-DESIGNER

96 01 01 CUSTOMS                                                                                    SPECIALIST IN CUSTOMS


ENGINEERING –PEDAGOGICAL FACULTY


36 20 04 VACUUM & COMPRESSOR ENGINEERING                                                          ENGINEER

02 06 02 01 TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE OF INFORMATION                               INSTRUCTOR (TEACHER)

02 06 02 04 TECHNOLOGY .PSYCHOLOGY OF VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE      INSTRUCTOR (TEACHER)

08 04 01 01 VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING           INSTRUCTOR (TEACHER)

08 04 01 03 VOCATIONAL TRAINING (POWER ENGINEERING)              ENGINEER AND INSTRUCTOR

08 04 01 05 VOCATIONAL TRAINING (CIVIL ENGINEERING)                      ENGINEER & INSTRUCTOR

08 01 01 09 VOCATIONAL TRAINING (AUTOMOBILES TRANSPORT)               INSTRUCTOR (TEACHER)

POWER ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION         

36 20 01 LOW- TEMPERATURE EQUIPMENT                                                 MECHANICAL ENGINEER


37 03 02   SHIP-BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE OF WATER TRANSPORT                            ENGINEER
FOR INTERNAL USE                                                                   

37 03 02    SHIP –BUILDING & MAINTENANCE OF WATER TRANSPORT FOR                      ENGINEER
INTERNAL USE

70 04 01     WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION                                   CIVIL ENGINEER

70 04 02      HEAT & GAS SUPPLY, VENTILATION, AIR PROTECTION                         CIVIL ENGINEER

70 04 03       WATER SUPPLY AT WATER DISPOSAL SYSTEM,

SEWAGE & NATURAL WATER PURIFICATION (TREATMENT)                    CIVIL ENGINEER

27 01 01        ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                     ENGINEER ECONOMIST


ARCHITECTURE

69 01 01   ARCHITECTURE                                                                                        ARCHITECT               

69 01 02          ARCHITECTURIAL DESIGN                                                   ARCHITECT – DESIGNER

CIVIL ENGINEER               

70 01 01 BUILDING ITEMS & CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTION            INSTRUCTION &CIVIL ENGINEER

70 02 01           INDUSTRIAL & CIVIL ENGINEERING                                                CIVIL ENGINEER

70 02 02          ESTIMATION OF REAL ESTATE & MANAGEMENT                          ENGINEER – EXPERT

27 01 01           ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                ECONOMIST – MANAGER

INSTRUMENT - MAKING


38 01 01    MECHANICAL & ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICES      
AND APPARATUSES                                                     ENGINEER IN INSTRUMENT-MAKING
                                 
38 01 02   OPTICS, ELECTRONIC & LASER   DEVICES   AND SYSTEMS        ENGINEER IN INSTRUMENT
-                                                                                                                MAKING

38 02 01        INFORMATIONAL & MEASURING DEVICES                              ENGINEER IN INSTRUMENT
- MAKING

38 02 02        BIOTECHNICAL & MEDICAL & APPARATUSES & SYSTEMS        ENGINEER IN INSTRUMENT
  MAKING
38 02 03        ENGINEERING SUPPORT (MAINTENANCE)  
OF SAFETY SYSTEM                                                                     ENGINEERING IN
    INSTRUMENT –MAKING

38 02 04        SPORT ENGINEERING                                                              ENGINEER - INSTRUCTOR


41 01 01        TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS & COMPONENTS (PARTS)0
OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES                                                             INDUSTRIAL  ENGINEER

52 02 0 1       TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT OF JEWELRY PRODUCTION                               ENGINEER

54 01 01         METROLOGY, STANDARDIZATION & CERTIFICATION                                      ENGINEER

54 01 02         METHODS & DEVICES OF QUALITY CONTROL & OBJECT
CONDITION DIAGNOSTICS                                                                                ENGINEER

26 02 02     MANAGEMENT                                                                                                   MANAGER

27 01 01         ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                      ECONOMIST - MANAGER


TRANSPORT COMMUNICATION

36 11 01       BUILDING, ROAD AND HOISTING MACHINES & EQUIPMENT                            ENGINEER

70 03 01       HIGHWAY ENGINEERING                                                                 CIVIL ENGINEERING

70 03 02       BRIDGES, TRANSPORT TUNNELS, UNDERGROUND                          CIVIL ENGINEERING

27 01 01       ECONOMICS & ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION                     ENGINEER &  ECONOMIST



MILITARY ENGINEERING  

25 01 07      ECONOMIST AND MANAGEMENT AT ENTERPRISE                          ECONOMIST-MANAGER

36 11 01      BUILDING, ROAD AND HOISTING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT     MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 04       MULTI-PURPOSE CRAWLING AND WHEEL MACHINES                 MECHANICAL ENGINEER

37 01 06      TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE OF AUTOMOBILE                              MECHANICAL ENGINEER

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION

25 01 07      ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT AT ENTERPRISE                          ECONOMIST-MANAGER

36 02 02      MANAGEMENT                                                                               MANAGER-ECONOMIST

40 01 02      SOFTWARE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                              SOFTWARE ENGINEER

40 01 02      INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES                      ENGINEER IN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGIES

70 02 01      INDUSTRIAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING                                                    CIVIL ENGINEER


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AND MONITORING OF    EDUCATION

                                                                                                   
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