Established:  1965

Department:  13

Contact information:  124498, Moscow, Zelenograd, Shokina area, 1.

Today MIET is a leading educational center of Russia in the sphere of training of specialists in the field of high technologies. The University has 13 faculties, 35 primary and 20 base (at the leading enterprises of electronics) departments, postgraduate and doctoral studies, Moscow Regional Center of New Information Technologies.

The university works 650 researchers and teachers, including 3 Academicians and 3 Corresponding Members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 130 professors and doctors of sciences, 340 candidates of sciences, associate professors, 6500 students enrolled, more than 320 graduate and doctoral students. The University provides training in 25 profiles of undergraduate and 30 master's educational programs.

In recent years MIET open these new educational programs as "Nanotechnology in Electronics", "Microsystem Technology", "Telecommunications", "Secure Communication Systems", "Quality Management", "Translation Studies", "Design" and others, implemented a program of elite training in the field of high technologies with the involvement of leading foreign companies, in particular, Synopsys, Cadence, Motorola, and others, founded the College of electronics and Computer Science, where specialists are trained in the program of secondary vocational education for enterprises of Zelenograd. Developing new areas of training MIET retains this status of Technical University. Recent years, the official rating of the Ministry of Education University consistently ranks in the top five among the 160 technical universities in the country. In 2006, MIET is among the first 17 universities - winners of the national project "Education", introducing innovative educational programs.

MIET cooperates with leading universities in Europe, Asia and the United States, participating in student exchange programs, graduate students, teachers. The university regularly lectures of famous foreign professors and representatives of major international companies. Individual courses for undergraduates are taught in English by invited foreign lecturers.