As a general rule,the zero article is used before universities, for example, Harvard University, Oxford University. However, the definite article is used when the name of a university is in the form of "University of ABC", for example, the University of Hong Kong, the University of California. Of course , sometimes exception applies, or if the name of a university carries the definite article itself, for example, The City University. As for the definite article before "Moscow N.E. Bauman State Technical University", I wondered if it was correct. Since in the absence of the full context, I can't tell.