Russian State Geological Exploration University, named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze is a university based in Moscow, Russia, specializing in geology, geophysics and other earth-science disciplines.
Russian State Geological Exploration University is a state higher educational institution in Russia which began its academic activities in 1930. The central building of the educational institution is located in the capital of Russia – Moscow.
The institute moved to a new campus in southwestern Moscow in 1987 and was given state accreditation in 2007. Today, the university has 6 faculties which provide students in 22 areas of training and 55 areas of specializations of full-time and part-time departments of study.
- Ecology (Environmental Science)
- International Relations, legislation and Resource Economics
- Mineral Resource Exploration and Mining technologies
An important feature of the university is that MGRI is the only university in the country with a geological profile, originally formed in this way and invariably retaining its specialization in the field of geology of the country’s mineral resources complex.
Over a 100-year history, the university has developed scientific and pedagogical schools of unique importance in almost all areas of the Earth Sciences.
Among the graduates of MGRI are geologists, paleontologists, hydrogeologists, geophysicists, drillers, gemologists, mining engineers and economists, specialists in engineering geology, ecology, who have made a significant contribution to the development of the exploration and mining industries in Russian Federation.
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