Moscow State Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation
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|Московский государственный технический университет радиотехники, электроники и автоматики|
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Moscow State Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation (Russian: Московский государственный технический университет радиотехники, электроники и автоматики, romanised: Moskóvskiy Gosudárstvennyy Institut Radiotekhniki, Elektroniki i Avtomatiki, often abbreviated MIREA) is a Russian technical university in the field of radio technology, electronics, cybernetics and automation.
MIREA was established in 1947 for extramural energetic engineers education. In 1967 it was transformed to a regular university. New buildings for the university were built in the south-west part of Moscow in 1976-1989. MIREA gained technical university status in 1993. In 2007 first bachelor and master programs were introduced.
In 2013-2015 MIREA merged Moscow State University of Instrument Engineering and Computer Science, Russian Research Institute of Technical Aesthetics and Moscow State University of Fine Chemical Technologies.
MIREA offers traditional and distance programs in the following disciplines:
- Biotechnological and medical devices and systems
- Control and automation systems
- Economics and management
- Radio engineering
- Semiconductor lasers
- Telecommunication networks and systems
Students also can attend extra courses:
- army reservist officer course (3 years)
- English language courses (3.5 years)
- rescue team training
- various IT vendor courses
- Information Technology (Computing Machines and Networks before 2010)
- Radio Engineering and Telecommunication systems
- Economics and Management
- Computer science (for international students)