International Networks and Alliances

SPbPU is a member of the multiple international organizations and associations.

  • Association of Russian and Chinese Technical Universities | ASRTU
  • Belt and Road Science and Innovation Network| BRSIN
  • Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization | GEIDCO
  • Asia-Pacific Association for International Education | APAIE
  • The Belt and Road Initiative | BRI
  • New Silk Road Universities Alliance | UANSR
  • International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor | ITER
  • Global Virus Network | GVN
  • Brazilian Association for International Education | FAUBAI
  • Russian-Indian Network of Institutions of Higher Education | RIN
  • Global Universities Association
  • Eastern European University Association | EEUA
  • Yangtze River Delta National Innovation Center
  • Russian-African Network University | RAFU

Research associations and scientific networks:

More than 15 scientists represent SPbPU in the following divisions of IEEE:

  • Circuits and Systems Society;
  • Telecommunication Society;
  • Microwave Theory and Technique Society;
  • Informatics Society;
  • Power Engineering Society;
  • Dielectric Materials Society.
  • European Science and Education Fellowship (ESEF);
  • International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media (CUMULUS);
  • International network for professional education and research in process and project management PMUni;
  • SPbPU plays an important role in the International Institute of Welding, International Organization of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, International Organization of Automotive Management and International Power Academy;
  • International Association of Libraries;
  • SPACE – European Network for Business Studies and Languages;
  • CoLoS - Conceptual Learning of Science;
  • NDLTD (Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations);
  • SPbPU is a full member of the Russian Libraries Association, Association of the Regional Library Consortiums, St. Petersburg Library Society;
  • International Association of Russian Language and Literature Teachers;
  • International St. Petersburg Consortium of Universities.

Interaction with organizations for international academic cooperation:

  • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
    DAAD is one of the most important funding organisations worldwide for the international exchange of students and researchers. Most foreign DAAD scholarship recipients are Master’s students or doctoral candidates. The DAAD provides young people with the opportunity to gain international academic and research experience in Germany as well as worldwide.
  • Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (EP-Nuffic)
    Nuffic is the Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education. Nuffic supports internationalisation in higher education, research and professional education in the Netherlands and abroad, and helps to improve access to higher education worldwide.
  • Campus France
    Campus France is the French national information centre for higher education in France. The goal of the centre is to promote the French higher education and French universities.
  • Finnish National Agency for Education
    The main goal of the Agency is the development of international cooperation and mobility, focusing on education, training, employment and youth affairs.