The Open Day was held at Gubkin University

On 26 May 2024, the Open Day was held at Gubkin University. The event brought together prospective students willing to become part of Gubkin University team.

The Open Days are a traditional event held by Gubkin University every semester, which helps prospective students to get better understanding of the offered academic training, application requirements and student's life. This time more than 1,000 prospective students attended the Open Day to obtain information about the prospects for higher oil and gas education and further employment.

At the very beginning prospective students were offered to take a tour around the test sites on the territory of the university and visit the Offshore Drilling Center, the Mineralogical and Petrographic Museum named after Leonid Pustovalov, the educational museum of oil chemistry named after Sergey Nametkin, virtual oil refinery and laboratory "Fundamentals of Automation of Technological Processes".

Professor Viktor Martynov, Rector of Gubkin University, opened the event by a welcoming speech. "Dear guests, we are pleased to welcome you to the final Open Day this year! Gubkin University is a place of real knowledge, self-expression, and perspectives. It is challenging to study here, but having overcome this interesting path, our graduates become highly qualified specialists in their field and show good results. I wish you to be successfully admitted and hope to see you in September during the Knowledge Day!" – noted Rector Viktor Martynov.

The official part of the event was followed with a concert organized by creative teams of Gubkin University. Afterwards, Professor Viktor Martynov, Rector of Gubkin University, Professor Vladimir Koshelev, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, and Mr. Viktor Telkov, Executive Secretary of the Admissions Committee, outlined the rules and requirements for admission to the University in 2024.

Following the official part, the faculty meetings were held with the participation of deans, faculty members and student activists. During these meetings, prospective students were provided with more details about the faculties, academic programs and admission requirements.