15.03.05 Engineering and technological support for machinery productions

Mechanical Engineering Technology

4 years

About the program

The Industry 4.0 concept encompasses the digitalization of technological processes and the creation of a new digital ecosystem. Mechanical Engineering Technology is a bachelor's degree program that provides you with knowledge required to conceive, design and operate the digital life cycle of products.
The program provides graduates with skills required to engineer production processes and equipment, apply new production management and automation methods, design numerical control machines and robotic systems, use additive manufacturing technology and material processing methods. Students learn how to design in the CAD / CAM / CAE / PDM environment using the Autodesk (AutoCAD, Inventor), Siemens (NX, Tecnomatix, Teamcenter, Simcenter 3D), and MSC Software (Patran) systems.

Learning outcomes

  • Engineering production processes using innovative technology and tools;
  • engineering production processes taking into account technological, design, operational, aesthetic, economic and managerial parameters;
  • developing draft, technical and working manufacturing projects using innovative design methods and tools;
  • operating numerical control machines;
  • monitoring project and documentation compliance with standards, specifications and regulations;
  • evaluating technical and economic feasibility of design calculations;
  • project team management;
  • monitoring and improving business processes at machine building enterprises.

Career opportunities

Graduates find employment opportunities in a variety of industrial sectors, including aircraft equipment manufacturing, shipbuilding, energy, chemical production.
They work as manufacturing process engineers, design engineers, CNC engineers, CAE engineers, etc.


Program academic supervisor

Teaching staff

Associate Professor: Department of Technology and Equipment for Machine-Building Production
Head of the Laboratory: High Performance Machining Lab
Associate Professor, Senior Researcher: Department of History and Philosophy
Associate Professor: Department of Materials Science, Welding and Additive Technology
Associate Professor, Teaching and Learning Specialist: Department of Engineering and Computer Graphics
Associate Professor, Senior Researcher: Department of History and Philosophy
Associate Professor, Senior Researcher: Department of History and Philosophy
Professor: Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology named after V.V. Tuturina

Fees and funding

200 300 ₽ *
Per year
*Part-time mode of study is also available. For the detailed information about tuition fee and the training period please contact International admission office

Entrance exams

Applicants should take the entrance exam in Russian or provide CEFR level B1, TORFL level 1 or equivalent to the Russian-taught program.

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