Rector R.Nizamov took part in the meeting of the President of Tatarstan and all Kazan University rectors


On December 28, 2020, the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov held a meeting with regional university rectors and academics. The Rector of our University Rashit Nizamov took part in it too.

The President of Tatarstan emphasized that 2020 was a serious challenge for the education system. The situation with the pandemic has made its own adjustments to the educational process. Assessing the results of the year, the President of the Republic of Tatarstan noted that the Republic's universities coped with the difficulties caused by Covid-19, fully having completed educational programs, and successfully having completed the 2020 admission campaign, including the use of the new online format. He specified that scientific and educational potential is the most important competitive advantage of Tatarstan.

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KSUAE as part of the Regional Research and Education Consortium

Our Rector Prof. Rashit Nizamov and Vice Rector for Research Evgeniy Vdovin took part in the ceremony of signing the Agreement on the scientific and educational consortium in the field of industrial and environmental safety, energy supervision and construction supervision. The Consortium includes Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Kazan National Research Technological University and Kazan State Power Engineering University. The Agreement was signed by Rectors of these three universities. The collaboration relates to vocational education, training and retraining of personnel, and audit of production facilities.
The President of  the Republic of Tatarstan supported this project because of its great necessity. 
Rashit Nizamov noted the importance of the project and expressed confidence in the success of the consortium: "We have been training highly qualified specialists for many years, our University has huge experience in industry tasks implementation, our projects are successfully carried out, we clearly set tasks and fulfill them".   
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KSUAE was awarded an Appreciation Certificate for the great contribution to the development of the Kazan Volunteers movement


The volunteer center of our University has existed since 2012 but volunteer activities at the University have always been carried out. University volunteers take part in such promotions and events as visiting orphanages, caring for the graves of World War II veterans, visiting a shelter for homeless animals, collecting funds for New Year gifts for disabled children, the "Someone else's life is not a trifle" campaign, helping the elderly people during a pandemic. Volunteers take part in mass socio-cultural, informational and educational, preventive activities. Our volunteers closely cooperate with public organizations: "League of RT Students", "Academy of Creative Youth", "Directorate of Sports and Social Projects", etc.

Our volunteers were active participants in all Russian and world-class sports events that took place in Kazan. The KSUAE Volunteer Center was awarded a letter of gratitude from the "Association of Rett Syndrome" for assistance in holding the VIII World Congress on Rett Syndrome, a letter of gratitude from the House of Charity of Ronald McDonald, letters of thanks for the contribution to the implementation of the information campaign of the volunteer program.


Our students among the best at the International competition "Drawing of the Year 2020" (Denmark)

Our students among the best at the International competition "Drawing of the Year 2020"


"Drawing of the Year" is an international student competition of architectural graphics, which is held for the 7th time by the Aarhus School of Architecture. The competition is a joint collaboration with Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen Architects, Vola, and The Danish Arts Foundation. The aim of the competition is to celebrate the architect’s oldest and most important tool, and to continuously explore new tendencies in architecture through architectural drawing. The drawing process eventually leads to new thinking and to development of ideas for the one who draws. Further, the competition is followed up by an exhibition, and for three years in a row we have documented the 100 best annual drawings in a publication.Contestants' drawings are judged on originality and artistic expression, architectural composition, technical skills and message transmission. Every year, the jury includes world-famous architects (Tatiana Bilbao, partners of the Snøhetta bureau, etc.), which contributes to a high professional assessment of the participants works.

After years of focusing exclusively on digital drawing and mixed media, this year's competition treasures handmade entries only, celebrating the art and skill of traditional representation methods, encouraging mastering of hand drawing, and emphasizing the relevancy of communicating ideas through hand drawing.

From initial year's themes such as Engaging Through Architecture (2013), Transformation (2014), Habitation (2015) and Sustainability (2016) to recent year's more theoretically and societally engaged themes like Everyday Utopia (2017), Shaping New Realities (2018), and Post-Human Metamorphosis (2019), the competition has persistently addressed current architectural issues.This year's theme: Hand Me A Drawing.

Two our students (2nd year and 5th year of study) from the Architecture department took part in this competition and their drawings became the best among 8 winners 2020! Among the winners of the competition there were also students from two British schools of architecture: Bartlett and the Edinburgh School of Architecture, the third place was taken by a student from Aarhus, the university that organized the competition.

Congratulations to our winners!

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The Councelor of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan visited our University

The Councelor of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan  visited our University


Mrs.Olesya Baltusova, the Councelor of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan on restoration and conservation of architectural heritage, visited our University to discuss issues of architecture and heritage of the Republic of Tatarstan. She got acquainted with an exhibition of creative projects (drawings of architectural structures, historical heritage and modern urban development, natural landscape) of 2nd and 3rd year students of our Institute of Architecture and Design.

Our Rector Prof. Rashit Nizamov, Vice Rectors: Evgeniy Vdovin and David Kordonchik, and the Head of the Institute of Architecture Prof. Anna Romanova presented to the guest design projects for 2 new academic centers to be built at our University: Urban Planning Center (academic building No. 3) and Restoration Center "Miras-Heritage" (academic building No. 4), and also the design of the Center for wooden creativity "Agach" on one of the city streets. Mrs. Baltusova visited our renovated research and academic center emphasizing that since her last visit, the University has much сhanged regarding its spaces and facilities.

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