Unitsky String Technologies Inc. Aims to Strengthen Its Team With Gifted Youth

UST Inc.

One of the company’s missions is to search for talented young specialists for their further development into professionals who understand all ins and outs of string technologies. To this end, UST Inc. made a cooperation agreement with the Belarusian State Technological University. Most importantly, such cooperation will produce skilled university-trained specialists to be later employed in the company.

From now on, some of the graduates of BSTU will gain the professional skills that will meet the company’s requirements and allow immediate employment to Unitsky String Technologies Inc. At the same time, students will be able to intern in the structural units of the company while receiving their higher education. The university will amend the curriculum to prepare professionals considering the company’s suggestions. Thus, UST Inc. will be able to partake in the improvement of the curricula. Besides, the company’s representatives will receive a seat in examination boards to define the most decent candidates.

Unitsky String Technologies Inc. is interested in the inflow of young people. You know that in some cases it is much easier to train your own specialists than retrain someone. However, the company is always happy to attract top-notch experts with many years of experience. UST Inc. promotes the concept of balance among newcomers and gurus whereby both camps complement each other.


Unitsky String Technologies Inc. has over 600 specialists in various fields, including engineers, design engineers, designers, technologists, logisticians, builders, economists and others. These are professionals with excellent education and multiple years of experience with working on major projects in the largest Belarusian engineering companies. With unique knowledge and experience, the employees of UST Inc. have formed their own scientific, engineering and design schools. Each transport solution is implemented on such innovative IT platforms as Dassault Systèmes, which is also a favorite of NASA, Airbus and Boeing.

1 December 2021