St. Petersburg Mining University Is amongst ’Priority 2030’ Programme Winners

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The university will receive the basic part of the grant in the amount of 100 million rubles. In addition, it became one of the 18 educational institutions recommended for additional support under the "Research Leadership" track.

On Monday, September 27, the head of the Ministry of Education and Science, Valery Falkov, announced the results of the competitive selection of universities to participate in the “Priority 2030”. The competition commission has chosen 106 winners out of 187 universities in 49 Russian cities to take part in the “Priority 2030” program. They will each receive 100 million rubles as the basic part of the program grant.

More than 30 participants of the Nedra Consortium of Universities passed the competitive selection which confirms the high scientific and educational level of the Association.

St. Petersburg Mining University was also included in the list of 18 universities recommended by the committee to receive the special part of the grant for the “Research Leadership” track. This list includes such members of the Nedra Consortium as Bauman Moscow State Technical University, National Research Technological University MISIS, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, National Research Nuclear University MIPhI, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Yeltsin Ural Federal University, South Ural State University, Southern Federal University.

Let us remind you that the “Priority 2030” program was started in May this year as the main tool to support universities in the nearest decade. The program provides Russian universities (at least a hundred) with annual basic grants, as well as special grants in two tracks - research and territorial leadership.