General Information

The University was founded in 1991. Its founder is Nikolay Vasilyevich Susha, Grand PhD in Economics, Professor, who is also the permanent rector of the University. During those and subsequent years all conditions for training highly qualified specialists in the fields of economics, law, psychology, foreign languages and information technologies were created in the University. Today material resources and fully qualified faculty allow to conduct teaching on a highly qualitative level with the use of the latest achievements in science and technology.

Today Minsk Innovation University includes:

  • Its own educational and auxiliary areas (over 33000 sq. m.);  
  • 15 modern computer labs provided with the latest generation technologies and Internet access;
  • 2 language laboratories with satellite television and audio and video equipment for foreign language classes;
  • 61 specialized classrooms equipped with multimedia systems;
  • a library with a total items of literature of over 50 000 volumes which is open double shift throughout the academic year; 3 reading halls able to accommodate 439 people; automated literature sources data base; xerox and computer scanning centre;
  • a sports hall, a gymnasium, an aerobics hall, a therapeutic physical training hall, equipment for sport and games, open sports grounds: among them 2 volleyball, 2 basketball, 1 – indoor soccer, 1 great tennis court;
  • a publishing center with a license for printing educational, scientific, advertising, fictional and reference literature as well as 3 scientific periodicals: Economics and Management, Innovative Educational Technologies, Current Issues of Science in the 21st century;
  • 4 cafeterias open throughout the day;
  • a first-aid office;
  • an educational center in a health-resort zone in Minsk region, Molodechno district;
  • 2 book shops.

Minsk Innovation University has passed a state regular certification in the year 2010 (license No. 02100/0533015).

Students are trained in the university at the Faculty of Communication, Economy and Law, according to the folowing specialties:

  • Jurisprudence
  • Psychology
  • Modern foreign languages (translation)
  • Economics and production management
  • Transport logistics
  • Software for information technologies

 

The University trains masters, PhD holders and Grand PhD holders on the specialties:

Research and Educational MA course
  • Psychology
  • Jurisprudence
  • Economics
  • System analysis, management and information processing
  • Computer science and programming technology
 
PhD course
  • 08.00.05 – Economics and national economy management
  • 12.00.03 – Civil law, business law, family law and international private law
Grand PhD courses
  • 08.00.05 – Economics and national economy management

 

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