The University chronicle starts in 1932 with the foundation of Dirigible Engineering Educational Center attached to Civil Air Fleet (CAF) Ministry by joining Aircraft School of Leningrad Institute of CAF Engineers and Moscow Aviation Institute. In 1939 the Center was reorganized into Moscow Institute of CAF Engineers and named after K.E. Tsiolkovsky.
Only in 1991 MATI was opened for the foreign students. Now more than 200 students from Great Britain, USA, Germany, South Korea, Turkey, India, Nepal, Kenya, Morocco, Oman, China, Iran and some other countries are studying at University. University takes part in various international projects, carries out a student and scientific exchange with the universities of the USA, Great Britain, Taiwan, China, South Korea and etc.
Cooperation of MATI and Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Khrunichev Space R&D Center - is a leader of national space industry) in the field of training of the specialists for aerospace industry, as well as scientific and research cooperation in development of new technology for space exploration has resulted in establishing MATI’s branch at Khrunichev Space R&D Center. This MATI’s branch has received name «Aerospace University for Specialized Training». The main goal for establishing of Aerospace University was specialized training of the specialists in the field of development and production of advanced aerospace technology using for this aim teaching, scientific and production experience of MATI and Khrunichev Space R&D Center.
The main fields of Aerospace University activity are the following:
- development of the educational programs for additional education in Aerospace Engineering;
- specialized training of the technical staff (engineers, technicians and etc.);
- teaching of the foreign students according to the specialized educational programs additional to the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs in Aerospace Engineering
- short-term educational programs for foreign specialists from aerospace industry (similar program MATI in cooperation with Khrunichev Space R&D Center is carrying on in the frame of the Russian-Britain Project for additional training of the students and specialists in aerospace technologies).
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