Siberian State Aerospace University (SibSAU), founded in 1960 as a unique higher educational institution where theoretical training is combined with practice in hi-tech enterprises, currently is a contemporary multi-disciplinary higher school where specialists in such high-technology and innovative spheres as rocket and space production as well as computer sciences, international business, finance, management and humanities are trained.
The University is named after academician Mikhail F. Reshetnev, an outstanding scientist, chief-constructor of space-rocket systems and communication satellites.
Currently, the University is undertaking activities in many regions of the world, building a strong international reputation and a truly global university environment. It has collaborative relationships with more than 50 universities in 25 countries of the world such as Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, the USA, China, etc.
The stress in international academic cooperation is on the realization of mutually beneficial programs of academic exchange and joint projects. The aim of SibSAU is to have an average of 10% of students both as foreign students studying in the University and students of SibSAU participating in different programs of student mobility.