Full name: State Marine Technical University
Rector: Gleb A. Turichin
Official site: https://en.smtu.ru/en/
Phone: +7 (812) 714-07-61
Address: Lotsmanskaya Ulitsa, 3, Sankt-Peterburg 19012
Admission help: +7 (921) 901-48-79, +7 (921) 398-51-50
Metro station: Baltiyskaya
Students are provided with dormitory
State Marine Technical University
State Marine Technical University dates back to 1902, when a shipbuilding department was established in the newly founded St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute. From the very beginning, first as a department and then an independent Marine Institute, highly qualified engineers had been trained to work in different shipbuilding and marine engineering spheres.
Since its founding, SMTU was an educational institution training hands-on problem solvers in love with fundamental science and eager to make the shipbuilding and marine technologies safer, better, and meeting demands of time and society.
While the curriculum has undergone qualitative changes meeting the challenges of the permanent transformations in the world, SMTU proudly keep our tradition to integrate fundamental sciences with state-of-the art engineering approaches in education, science and industry. The expected result of such integration is the emergence of new competitive technologies, design and construction solutions in shipbuilding and marine equipment, and emergence of new specializations at the University, such as IT, technosphere safety, ocean engineering and others, which are of high demand on the global economic stage.
The University has always been on the frontiers of ship, submarine, and offshore facilities construction. It is no secret that many of SMTU alumni's achievements were accomplished in the defense sphere and for that reason are not that broadly known to general public. But experts from all over the world had highly appraised their results at all times.
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