A student of the Faculty of Economics and Management took part in the academic mobility program at the Voronezh State University
The Faculty of Economics and Management of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno continues to develop international cooperation with higher educational institutions of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Priority in this case is given to student exchanges and internships. After all, it is especially useful for young people to have friendly foreign experience, which they will be able to apply for the benefit of our country in the near future.
According to the results of the competitive selection, a 3rd-year student of the specialty "World Economy" and an active participant in the student scientific society of the FEU, Alexander Zichikov, was sent to Voronezh State University http://www.vsu.ru/ (Russian Federation) to study during the spring semester of 2023. He was enrolled as a student of the Faculty of Economics in the specialty "World Economy".
The training program at Voronezh State University took into account Alexander's individual trajectory and combined a wide range of courses in such subjects as international relations, tourism studies, accounting for foreign economic activity, customs management, world economy and international economic relations, instruments for regulating foreign economic relations.
During the academic semester, the student prepared a scientific paper on the topic "The role of interregional cooperation in deepening the integration processes of Belarus and Russia", and also took an active part in public life, scientific, sports and cultural events of Voronezh State University − a fencing master class from the fencing club "Phoenix", an Interregional Youth Forum, a cultural school "Dialogue of cultures in the global world", International Student Gathering "Among our own".
Thanks to the individual training schedule, Alexander Zichikov had the opportunity to visit various cities of Russia with excursions and get acquainted with the cultural component of the country.
Alexander noted that participation in the academic mobility program is a unique experience that promotes professional growth. We would like to add that all members of the university faculties have ample opportunities to participate in similar student exchange programs with partner universities from friendly states. Alexander's example convincingly shows that there are no closed doors in the modern world. It is only necessary to try and actively participate in the student scientific life of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno