Our team is actively involved in the following educational programmes at Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU)

BSc programme

The BSc programme in Bioinformatics is designed to empower students with a profound knowledge of numerical disciplines and their practical applications in the field of biological sciences. With a comprehensive curriculum that encompasses a broad spectrum of mathematical topics, the programme equips students with the necessary skills and expertise for a thriving career in science or engineering. The programme emphasizes the importance of computing and programming skills, which are essential for modern science. By offering courses on machine learning, data analytics and programming, students are well-equipped to tackle real-world problems in the fields of physics and biology. The programme also provides courses in bioinformatics and molecular biology, which gives our graduates a competitive edge and opens the door to diverse and exciting career paths.

MSc programme

Computational biology and bioinformatics are dynamic and interdisciplinary fields that offer endless opportunities for research and discovery. The MSc programme in “Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics” is designed to provide a transformative learning experience to individuals with a strong background in natural sciences, engineering, and quantitative subjects. Our goal is to help you develop innovative computational methods and tools that are essential for biological data analysis, while also equipping you with a strong foundation in biology. With the computing skills and analytical knowledge you’ll gain from this programme, you’ll be able to navigate and interpret the vast wealth of modern biological data with ease. Upon completing this programme, you’ll be well-prepared to pursue PhD studies or bioinformatics positions in academia, IT, or industry, and make meaningful contributions to the field of computational biology and bioinformatics.

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