The University is a member of the three International associations.
1. International Association of Slavonic Higher Education Institutions (coordinating countries are Belarus, Russia and Ukraine) including 18 higher education institutions was established in 2000 at the initiative of the coordinating higher education institutions of the 3 countries: Belarus, Russia and Ukraine further joined by Moldova, Transdniestria, and Yugoslavia. The purpose of the Association is establishing mutually beneficial scientific, educational and cultural relations and friendship between research and educational teams, social organizations, students, researchers and instructors of higher education institutions of independent states tied by historical and intellectual values common for all the people of these countries.
2. International Association of Border Regions’ Higher Education Institutions of Belarus (Vitebsk, Gomel, and Mogilev) and Russia (Briansk, Pskov and Smolensk) - was established in April 2006. Guided by the aspiration for all-round development of mutually beneficial scientific, educational and cultural relations, mutual understanding and friendship between research and educational teams, social organizations, students, researchers and instructors of higher education institutions of fraternal nations on April 4, 2006 the Agreement on International Cooperation between higher education institutions and other educational institutions of border regions of Belarus (Vitebsk, Gomel and Mogilev) and Russia (Briansk, Pskov and Smolensk) was concluded . Presently 29 participants constitute the membership of the Association .
3. The Тechnical Universities Association was established in 1993 on the initiative of the leading technical universities of Russia on teh basis of the technical universities section of the Eurasia Universities Association. The Association is a non-commercial organization that represents the voluntary and open union of the technical universities. The Association conducts active policy aimed at the unification of the efforts of states, educational institutions, organizations and enterprises in the sphere of realizing the priority of constant development of higher engineering education on the basis of ideas of progressive learning and the ebst traditions of higher engineering education. At present the Association includes 148 members, among which there are 93 technical universities, 6 federal universities (Russian Federation), 19 national research universities, 10 classical universities, 3 academies and politechnical instititues, 3 military higher educational establishments. The Association includes 13 universities from the CIS independent states, among which is the Sukhoi State Technical University of Gomel.