• Programming and Artificial Intelligence

    01.04.02 Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Information Technologies and Programming Faculty

  • Georgiy Korneev, +7 (921) 973-4899, kgeorgiy@itmo.ru


    380,000 rubles/year


    This corporate Master’s program offers advanced training in the field of programming and artificial intelligence. Most of the practical subjects are taught by leading specialists of software development companies (Yandex, Mail.ru Group, JetBrains, DevExperts and others) and the best lecturers from St. Petersburg’s universities.

    Students can choose between the following specializations:

    • Development Technologies for Information Systems
    • Software Development Technologies

    Among the program’s students are winners of national and international contests in mathematics, IT and programming. Its graduates are highly rated amongst Russian and international companies. Students who participate in scientific research get special scholarships and win grants; their articles get published in international journals indexed by Web of Science and Scopus.


    The program is aimed at prospective students with a solid background in computer science, which provides for a high level of theoretical and practical education. Fundamental knowledge in the field of theoretical computer science, continuous and discrete mathematics is taught by renowned specialists in the corresponding fields. The practical part of the program focuses on software development and modern information technologies, and is taught by the representatives of the associated industries.


    The graduates are highly sought after by leading software development companies such as Yandex, JetBrains, Mail.ru Group and others.


    • Verification of Software
    • Modern Information Theory
    • Methods of Mathematical Statistics in Scientific and Engineering Research
    • Cryptography
    • Data Processing and Analysis 


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