Five Moscow universities joined the educational project ‘Future Tech’, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports.
These universities were the Moscow Polytechnic University, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, STANKIN Moscow State Technological University, Moscow State University of Food Production, and the Moscow Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation (MIREA). Students of these universities will be able to engage in various projects and solve real business problems to get the skills required by employers in promising sectors of the economy.
Students are offered several areas: transport and logistics, medicine, finance, information technology, industry, ecology, and education. In total, 20 universities are participating in the Future Tech programme. These educational institutions got the opportunity to collaborate with 250 Moscow technology companies. Teachers will be able to use real business cases proposed by enterprises as training tasks or projects.