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TsAGI Takes Part in MIPT’s Career Day

13 December 2021

Target training lays among the most effective ways to involve young talents in knowledge-intensive industries. For many years, TsAGI (a part of NRC “Zhukovsky Institute”) has been working in this area; it is part and parcel of the Institute’s corporate culture. Taking part in career guidance activities held by its industrial universities is an important attribute of TsAGI’s HR policy.

TsAGI representatives took part in the MIPT’s Career Day. The event was held in late November as a poster session.

Career Day provides an opportunity for students, graduates, job seekers, and employers, to meet and discuss employment conditions and career prospects.

During the meeting, Ivan Ivanushkin, an Engineer of TsAGI, told the students about his experience of interacting with the Institute. Mr. Ivanushkin entered the MIPT under TsAGI’s target employment, under the state plan for personnel training in the defense industry. In 2019, he completed his master’s degree at the university and is currently doing his postgraduate studies.

At the event, TsAGI was also represented by Natalya Bulatova and Natalya Muratova, specialists for HR, TsAGI. According to them, TsAGI is ready to consider students as candidates for vacancies with minimal experience. They can be employed no earlier than the senior year; they are provided with a flexible schedule, considering their education.

‘We met with MIPT’s students and graduates, and informed them on the advantages of a scientific career at TsAGI. We also mentioned the opportunities for advanced training at TsAGI’s Corporate University, for postgraduate studies, for participating in professional competitions—such as “Engineers of the Future” and "Future of TsAGI"—for being involved in implementing other departments’ tasks, and for attending research conferences, seminars, and forums. The students were interested in the current projects and future projects, and in the IT-related programs used for calculating and developing, and so on. Even biotechnology students looked for a chance to apply their knowledge in aviation,’ said Natalya Bulatova, Specialist for HR, TsAGI.

TsAGI regularly participates in the Career Days and other events involving young talents and increasing the target recruitment. TsAGI-MIPT cooperation in students’ target employment and training dates back to 2014. TsAGI also cooperates with Bauman MSTU and with MPEI. Currently, the target training program includes over 200 students. For the whole period, over 300 graduates were employed to TsAGI’s divisions, with 22 graduates hired in 2021.

The event involved not only TsAGI but also such organizations as the Ilyushin Aviation Complex, National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Skoltech, LUKOIL, Huawei Department of Multimedia Technologies and Telecommunications, etc.

Russian Government limits the target training admission in specific areas of training. By approval of Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister, whose duties include coordinating activities of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, federal authorities may specify this limit by setting the exact number of the vacancies and the training areas for employment to the specifically-prescribed contractors, including those belonging to the defense industry. Traditionally, applications and main documents are accepted from February 1 to June 1. An applicant must have lower passing scores to be enrolled in the chosen university. Apart from university scholarship, TsAGI pays 5 thousand rubles to A students; B students receive 3 thousand rubles.

Follow the link to see the list of universities to enroll by TsAGI’s target allocation and other important information for applicants.

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