Siberian State Industrial University

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Siberian State Industrial University
Сибирский государственный индустриальный университет
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Established 1930
Academic staff
1,051 lecturers and teachers
Students 15,000
Location Novokuznetsk, Russia

Siberian State Industrial University (Russian: Сибирский государственный индустриальный университет, abbreviated СибГИУ) is the oldest university in Novokuznetsk, Russia. It was established on June 23, 1930 to train professional personnel for the construction of the Kuznetsk Metallurgical Combine (Novokuznetsk Iron and Steel Plant).[1] Prior to raising the status in 1994, it was named the Siberian Metallurgic Institute (SMI), then it was renamed the Siberian State Mining-Metallurgic Academy (SibGGMA). In 1998, the status of the university had risen to the level of the Technical University and it received the title of Siberian State Industrial University (SibSIU). The university is located in the central district of Novokuznetsk.

Siberian State Industrial University has about 15,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students, and a faculty of about 1200, including 326 professors and 350 associate professors. [2]

Famous Alumni[edit]

Vladimir Lisin - a Russian steel tycoon, graduated with MSc in Metal Engineering in 1979.[3] Igor S. Kozhukhovsky graduated with MSc in Metallurgical Industrial Engineering and Mining Electrical Engineering. [4]


  1. ^ The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). "Metallurgical Education". Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
  2. ^ Siberian State Industrial University. "Official Website". Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
  3. ^ Forbes. "Vladimir Lisin Biodata". Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
  4. ^ Forbes. "Igor S. Kozhukhovsky Biodata". Retrieved April 8, 2012. 

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Coordinates: 53°45′0″N 87°7′0″E / 53.75000°N 87.11667°E / 53.75000; 87.11667