Saratov State Technical University

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Saratov State Technical University
Саратовский государственный технический университет
Саратовский политехнический универ 1.jpg
Photo of the campus
Established October 6, 1930
Type Public
Location Saratov, Saratov Oblast, Russia Russia

Saratov State Technical University (Russian: Саратовский государственный технический университет), located in Saratov, is one of the leading technical universities in Russia.

СГТУ currently enrolls 26,466 students. Of these students, 15,115 are full-time, 1554 are evening, and 9723 are part-time. In 2005, the first year only enrolled 1,478 students. Currently the university employs 1,175 teachers, including 200 professors and doctors, and 590 assistant professors and Ph.D. candidates. More than 60 teachers are active members or corresponding members of different social academies of Russia.


Opened in 1930 in a Saratov Road Institute (SADI).[1] To jobs in the two faculties - the automotive and road construction - began 440 students. In 1969 SADI renamed Saratov Polytechnic Institute (STI).[2] In 1992 it was renamed from the BOI in the CSTs.

From 1949 to 1951 at the Department of architecture taught outstanding architect GK Mel'nikov.[3]


Main campus[edit]

  • Automotive
  • Machine
  • Electronic Engineering and Instrumentation
  • Energy
  • Management of social systems
  • Office of the production systems
  • International Educational Center
  • Institute of Business Development and Strategy (Irbis)

Engels campus[edit]

  • Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Vecernje-distance learning

Balakovo campus[edit]

  • Mechanical
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Correspondence Vecernje


  • Construction and Architecture and Road Institute (SADI) [4]
  • Institute of Social and Industrial Management (ISPM)
  • Balakovski Institute of Engineering, Technology and Management (Beatty)
  • Engels Technological Institute (ETI)
  • Institute of Business Development and Strategy (Irbis)


  1. ^ Official site of the University
  2. ^
  3. ^ Konstantin Stepanovich Melnikov: Architecture of my life. The creative concept. Creative Practice / Sost. A. shearers and I. Kokkinaki. - Moscow: Art, 1985. - 311 pp.
  4. ^ In the first half of 2009 merged the Department of Transport Construction and Architecture and Construction Department

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 51°31′44″N 45°58′40″E / 51.52889°N 45.97778°E / 51.52889; 45.97778