Address: 34 Tallinskaya Ulitsa, 123458, Moscow
The Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) dates back to 1962. It was founded to train engineers for the country’s radio-electronics and electronics industries.
Throughout its history, the Institute has trained over 40,000 highly qualified specialists.
In 2012, MIEM merged with the Higher School of Economcis.
Today, MIEM offers the following educational programmes:
In 2015, both undergraduate and MA programmes passed an external professional and public audit and received European Accreditation of Engineering Programmes (EUR-ACE) for five years. This attests to the fact that the programs are in line with international requirements regarding professional education.
This accreditation included an evaluation of course quality, student research and project activities, staffing, and material and information support throughout the study process. Special attention was paid to employment opportunities, demand for graduates in the workplace, and their ability to solve professional tasks.
The following programmes received accreditation:
HSE MIEM has 186 teaching staff, including 70 Doctors of Science, and 89 Candidates of Science.
HSE MIEM’s educational infrastructure includes three schools, seven departments, and a doctoral school of technology. 1,700 undergraduate and MA students, and 70 doctoral students currently study at MIEM.
200 undergraduate and 100 MA students graduate from MIEM every year.
Two doctoral dissertation committees, which consider dissertations in five academic areas, work at the institute. Two doctoral and 15 Candidate of Sciences’ theses have been defended there over recent years.
MIEM is regularly one of the six leading technical universities in Russia in university rankings by admission quality.
A study carried out in 2015 by the SuperJob recruitment agency and the Russian Ministry of Education and Science showed that the average monthly salary for MIEM graduates one year after the graduation is 97,000 roubles.