Moscow Power Engineering Institute
Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) - MPEI - was founded in 1930 in Moscow at the very beginning of world power engineering development and was widened and enlarged with the discovering of new energy sources, solving new scientific and technological problems, implementing of new methods of energy generating, distributing and consuming. MPEI is of the same age as Russian Power Engineering.
MPEI now is the largest Russian Power Engineering University and scientific
centre, is one of the main universities in Russia in the field of Power
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computers` Education.
MPEI today is a unity of modern educational and scientific laboratories,
cabinets and lecture halls rig up with modern equipment, installations,
control and measuring systems and technical means of education. The MPEI
has the official status of Technical University and is a Member of International
Association of Universities being really international higher educational
institution. In accordance with official rating of the Ministry of Education
of Russian Federation the MPEI holds the leading place in the list of
all technical universities in the country.
Service faculties of MPEI includes:
MPEI doors are opened to everyone:
Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) offers Bachelor, Engineer, Master, and Ph.D. programs in following specialities:
Applied mathematics; Automatics and control; Dynamics and strength of machines; Low temperature physics and technology; Thermophysics; Robots and robotic systems; Electric drive and automatics of industrial installations and technological complexes; Boiler and reactor manufacture; Turbine manufacture; Equipment and technology of high-efficiency manufacturing; Hydraulic machines, hydraulic drives, hydro- and pneumatic control; Electromechanics; Electrical and electronic apparatus; Electrical insulators and cables engineering, capacitors technology; Electro technological installations and systems; Illuminating technology and light sources; Electrical transport; Electrical equipment of flying vehicles; Internal electrical equipment for factories; Electric power supply; Power industrial electronics; Radiophysics and electronics; Radio engineering; Radio electronic devices and systems; Household radio electronic systems; Biotechnical and medical apparatus and systems; Informational and measurement technologies and technique; The instruments and methods for quality testing and diagnostics; Control and informatics in technical systems; Automatic production and technology processes; Automatic control of electrical power systems; Computing machines, complexes, systems and networks; Computer-aided-design systems; Electric power stations; Electrical power systems and networks; Nuclear power plants; Water and fuel technology on the thermal power stations; Industrial heat engineering; Heat technologies; Non-traditional and renewable sources of energy; High-voltage physics and technologies; Thermal power stations; Environmental engineering; Optical-electronic devices and systems; Materials and components for solid-state electronics; Microelectronics and semiconductor devices; Electronic devices and systems; Economy and enterprises management; Management (in industries: electrical engineering; electrical power engineering); Decorative designing of articles for the textile and light industry (stylist); Design-decorative modelling of articles for every day life (modeller); Interior and equipment - decorative design for private and public buildings interiors; State and municipal management; Finances and credit; Accountancy and audit.
The main language of training in MPEI is Russian. However, some B.Sc. and Dipl.Eng, M.Sc. and Ph.D. specialties are available in English, French and German.
MPEI official fees for 2008/09 academic year
Insurance fee (Life & health insurance) – Euro 170 per year
Accommodation fee at MPEI hostel: – Euro 810 per year for one place in 2-3 bed rooms
The fees are announced in local currency (Russian Rouble) and calculated into Euro in spring. Therefore the real payment may differ a bit from fees mentioned above (depends on Rouble/Euro ratio of exchange at the time of payment).
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