Seversk State Technological Academy

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Seversk State Technological Academy (Russian: Северская государственная технологическая академия) is a post-secondary educational institution in the City of Seversk, Tomsk Oblast, Russia. The school has 1,150 students, of whom 500 study full-time and 75 professors. The current rector is Aleksandr Nikolaevich Zhiganov.


The school was founded in 1959 as a branch of the Physics-Technological faculty of Tomsk Polytechnic University.

From 1996 to 2001, the school was known as the Seversk Technological Institute of Tomsk Polytechnic University. Later, it became an independent institution called the Seversk State Technological Institute and in 2005, adopted its current name.


The school has four main faculties:

  • Management Technology
    • Higher Mathematics
    • Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Applied Informatics
    • System Management and Accounting
    • Economics
  • Electrical Engineering and Automation
    • Electrical Drive and Automation
    • Chair of Physics
    • Electronics and Automation of Physical Installations
    • Chair of Physics Education
  • Technological Faculty
    • Machines and Apparatus of Chemical Production)
    • Chemistry and Technology of Modern Energetics Materials
    • Technical Mechanics and Graphics
    • Foreign Languages
  • Continuing Education

There is also a division that provides re-training and continuing education to employees of the Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises and a Distance Learning Faculty.

Foreign relations[edit]

The school has partnered with a number of foreign universities including University of Dortmund and University of Karlsruhe in Germany, Open University in the United Kingdom, Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States and Politecnico di Milano in Italy.[1]

See also[edit]

List of institutions of higher learning in Russia Education in Siberia


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