Kazan State Power Engineering University

Republic of Tatarstan
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educational programs
academic and research laboratories and centers
dissertation councils
PhD programs
students, including 330 international students from >40 countries

Kazan State Power Engineering University is a leading power engineering university in Russia. It has been training specialists for power engineering and industry of Russia, the CIS countries, and other foreign countries for over 50 years.

KSPEU trains highly qualified personnel in the field of electric power engineering, power engineering and civil engineering.

Taking into account a growing demand of the world's national economies for the increasing quantity of electric power being produced as well as looking for the ways to reduce the cost of such production and the negative environmental impact, power engineering industry specialists, whether they are blue-collar workers or research fellows, will be in demand on a long-term horizon.


  • Electric Power Engineering and Electronics
  • Heat Power Engineering
  • Economics and Information Technologies
  • Continuing Professional Education

Fields of study

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Informatics and Computer Engineering
  • Applied Informatics
  • Electronics and Nanoelectronics
  • Instrument Engineering
  • Heat Power Engineering and Heat Engineering
  • Electric Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering
  • Power Engineering
  • Automation of Technological Processes and Production
  • Mechatronics and Robotics
  • Applied Physics
  • Technosphere Safety
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Control in Engineering Systems
  • Aquatic Bioresources and Aquaculture
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Sociology
  • Advertising and Public Relations
  • Archives and Records Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Nuclear Power Plants: Design, Operation and Engineering

Advantages of graduates

While pursuing their main educational program, every Bachelor's student acquires a vocational profession. So, the university graduates have essential competitive advantages in the job market after graduation.

The continuing professional education programs are delivered with the active involvement of top branch enterprises in Kazan, the Republic of Tatarstan, and the Volga region such as Tatenergo, TGK-16, Nizhnekamsk Thermal Power Plant, Setevaya Companiya, Tatenergosbyt, and many others.

The university has the employment promotion service.


  • 6 educational and laboratory buildings
  • 4 comfortable high-rise dormitories within walking distance of the educational buildings
  • The library with a complete literature stock
  • Technology park: the engineering center "Computer Simulation and Engineering in Power Engineering and Power Engineering Industry"
  • Unique training and production ranges
  • Danfoss Multidisciplinary Science and Technology Center and Evan Research and Education Center
  • ElectroSkills Applied Competencies Center established with support from Schneider Electric
  • Energy Efficiency Technology and Competency Center
  • Youth Business Incubator
  • Energy Youth Innovation Center
  • Interactive museum: backlighting, an audio guide in three languages, a film demonstration panel
  • The Shelanga sports and recreation camp
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