The Ministry of education has selected 22 of the support of the University
The Ministry of education and science of Russia has published the list of the 22 universities that were winners of a second wave of competition core universities, reports TASS.
According to the press service of the Ministry, educational institutions were divided into two groups. The first group included eight universities to be funded at the Federal level, and the second 14 universities whose programs support the development of the regions.
“Before each selected University are ambitious goals to become a real mainstay of the region, providing it with the necessary human resources and developing its educational and scientific potential”, — said the head of the Ministry of education and science Olga Vasilyeva.
The group with the Federal financing entered Vladimir state University named after A. G. and N. G. Stoletovs, Arctic Murmansk state University, Nizhny Novgorod state technical University n. a. R. E. Alekseev, Novosibirsk state technical University, Siberian state medical University of Minzdrav of Russia, Tula and the Cherepovets state University, Yaroslavl state University. P. G. Demidov.
Among those whose programs support the regions, appeared Altai state University, Belgorod state technological University. V. G. Shukhov, Kalmyk state University. BB gorodovikov, Kemerovo state University, Magnitogorsk state technical University. G. I. Nosov Mari state University, Novgorod state University. Yaroslav the Wise, Petrozavodsk and Pskov state University, Saratov state technical University. Yu. Gagarina, Sochi state University, Syktyvkar state University. Pitirim Sorokin, Togliatti and Ulyanovsk state universities.
On the establishment of the reference universities in the regions of the former Minister of education and science Dmitry Livanov said in the summer of 2015. The selection of schools began in October of the same year and was conducted in several stages. According to the results of the first wave of the contest in 2016, we selected 11 universities.