Belarusian National Technical University
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|Беларускі нацыянальны тэхнічны ўніверсітэт|
Belarusian National Technical University (BNTU) is the major technical university in Belarus.
- 1920 – Minsk Polytechnic became Belarusian State Polytechnic Institute.
- 1991 – Renamed to Belarusian State Polytechnic Academy.
- 1997 – Granted a leading engineering educational institution status in Belarusian educational system.
- 2002 – Renamed to Belarusian National Technical University
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Automobile and tractor faculty
- Architectural faculty
- Military-technical faculty
- Engineering-pedagogical faculty
- International institute of distant education
- Machine-building faculty
- Mechanical-technological faculty
- Instrument making faculty
- Construction faculty
- Faculty of informational technologies and robot-technique
- Faculty of marketing, management, enterprise
- Faculty of natural resources and ecology
- Faculty of transport communications
- Faculty of management technology and humanitarization
- Faculty of energy construction
- Faculty of prestudent training
- Power-producing faculty
- Lyceum under BNTU
- Vyacheslav Kebich, Prime-Minister of Belarus (1991 - 1994)
- Gennady Novitsky, Prime-Minister of Belarus (2001 - 2003)
- Pavel Shipuk - Speakers of the Council of the Republic (1997 - 2000)
- Boris Batura - Speakers of the Council of the Republic (2008 - 2010)
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