Winners of the Competition for the Russian Federation President Scholarships for studies abroad during 2016/17 academic year

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Garifullin Marseille Rinatovich, post-graduate student of the Institute of Civil Engineering, Krasnitsky Stanislav Andreevich, post-graduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics and Sokolov Alexey Andreevich, the student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics became the winners of the Russian Federation President Scholarships Competition for studies abroad in the 2016/17 academic year.

Winners of the Competition for the Russian Federation President Scholarships for studies abroad during 2016/17 academic year

From 23 December to 23 March 2016 the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation conducted the All-Russian Open Competition for the appointment of the Russian President's Scholarship for study abroad to students and post-graduate students from all universities in Russia who expressed themselves in the fields of science, culture and art, and has reached significant progress in fundamental and applied research. All citizens of the Russian Federation who are studying full-time at the expense of Federal budget allocations could participate in the competition. Best 40 students and 60 post-graduate students of Russia could become the winners.

Garifullin Marseille Rinatovich
Krasnitsky Stanislav Andreevich
Sokolov Alexey Andreevich

In accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation № 653 from June 1, 2016 M.R. Garifullin, S.A. Krasnitsky and A.A. Sokolov were awarded the Russian Federation President Scholarships for their outstanding educational results and scientific achievements. These Scholarships ensure coverage of all costs associated with the studies and living abroad and allow the winners of the Competition to study and to be engaged in research in the world best Universities or scientific centers during the academic year.

Since autumn 2016 M.R. Garifullin will continue his researches at the Technical University of Tampere (Finland), S.A. Krasnitsky will do his research work at New Mexico State University (USA) and A.A. Sokolov will begin his studies at the Technical University of Berlin (Germany).

We wish them future success!

Prepared by International Academic Mobility Department

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