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A journey into the world of youth and talent: Kupalovtsy at the World Youth Festival

On March 1, the largest international event of the year, the World Youth Festival, started in Sochi. The delegation of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno became a part of a bright event.

The festival is a source of cultural exchange, creativity and inspiration. YKSUG residents entered into this vibrant atmosphere of cultural enrichment and exchange of experience.

– As a participant, I can't help but share my impressions. It will be a truly unforgettable journey into the world of culture, creativity and inspiration. To see so many talented people from all over the world, to exchange ideas and experiences, to saturate your mind with new knowledge is something magical, – said Artem Bulgakov, a 2nd year student of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

– For me, the festival is not only an opportunity to demonstrate our scientific achievements, but also to see how different cultures intertwine, creating an amazing mosaic of talent and creativity. Being a part of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno delegation is not only honorable, but also inspiring," said Anna Karpinchik, a 4th–year student of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

20,000 participants from more than 150 countries will gather at the Olympic Park, located on the federal territory of Sirius. Young people represent different continents, nationalities, religions and cultures. But all of them will unite in order to think about how they can show their best side in order to live, study and work with dignity in a multipolar world.

The Belarusian delegation is one of the largest at the World Youth Festival – almost 650 people. And all of them are active, creative and purposeful young people who are ready to colorfully present the experience of the youth of Belarus.

By the way, the main principle was taken into account when forming the delegation: Belarusian youth should be represented by young people who are leaders in their field, have achieved heights in the professional field and have established themselves as individuals who can lead others.

During the seven days of the festival, there will be rich educational, cultural, scientific and sports events. Festival guests will be able to take part in exciting master classes, discussions, panel sessions and trainings, see performances by the best creative teams, and in the evenings have a great time at concerts and talk shows together with famous artists and other participants of the WYF-2024.

Strengthening partnership relations of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno with the Republic of Zimbabwe

As part of the visit of the Belarusian delegation of the country's leading universities, the first meeting of the Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Zimbabwe was held in Harare from February 19 to 22. The commission was attended by a delegation of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus, which included Anton Glazev, head of the research department of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

On February 19, Anton Glazev, as part of the delegation of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus, took part in the work of the Zimbabwean-Belarusian business Forum "Building a strong partnership: Using a shared vision of a sustainable future." During the events of the forum, negotiations were held and direct contacts were established with the leading institutions of higher education of the Republic of Zimbabwe – Lupane State University, the University of Zimbabwe, Chinhoyi University of Technology, Bindura Scientific and Pedagogical University and Midland State University.

Agreements have been reached with representatives of these universities on working out proposals for the development of joint work in the field of development and implementation of joint educational programs (at the level of various bachelor's and master's degrees), projects, various events (summer/winter schools, internships, academic mobility events, conferences for students and teachers), conducting joint scientific research and creating joint publications in order to form a scientific foundation for the subsequent preparation of applications for joint research works for participation in various international competitions.

As part of the participation in the work of the expert group, a draft section on the social cluster was prepared and agreed with the Zimbabwean side for inclusion in the final Minutes of the meeting of the Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Zimbabwe.

For representatives of the delegation of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus, a visit to the infrastructure facilities of the University of Zimbabwe (Innovation Hub, Science Park – the Zimbabwean National Geospatial and Space Agency) was organized, during which representatives of the Belarusian delegation were able to familiarize themselves with the organization of educational and scientific activities at this university.

On February 22, the final Protocol of the meeting of the Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Zimbabwe was reviewed and approved.

During the visit to the Republic of Zimbabwe, a cooperation agreement was also signed between Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Bindura Scientific and Pedagogical University.

As part of the organization of career guidance events and promotion of the University's educational services in foreign markets, on February 21 and 22, a presentation of the educational, scientific and innovative potential of YKSUG was held for students of a number of institutions of secondary and secondary special education in Harare in order to form a pool of potential university applicants from among the citizens of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

Agreements have been reached on joint work with the executive directors of recruitment agencies (Satco Academic and Ruoth Education Services) to implement the admission of foreign citizens who have completed secondary education in the Republic of Zimbabwe to study at the university in the medium term.

On February 23, at a meeting with the leadership and representatives of the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovative Science and Technology Development of the Republic of Zimbabwe, negotiations were held and priority areas were developed for further development of bilateral cooperation in the field of education and science between universities and Ministries of Education of the two countries.

A solemn ceremony of sending off the Belarusian delegation to the World Youth Festival 2024 took place in Minsk

YKSUG residents took part in the solemn ceremony of sending off the Belarusian delegation to the World Youth Festival 2024, which took place early this morning at the train station in Minsk! Very soon, the guys will take part in a large-scale event, but in the meantime, the road to Sochi awaits them. We wish our participants good luck and an easy road!

Belarusian participants will take an active part in all the events of the festival with master classes, performances, and performances. The motto of the Belarusian delegation is "Belarus. Young people. The future."

– Our team will participate in the marathon "Knowledge. The first ones", the business game "Media professionals. Publish it. Communicate. Promote", the street art festival (this is a new form), the exhibition "The Most beautiful Country" and in all other locations that will be offered by the organizers. I am sure that the opportunities that have been created in our country for the disclosure and realization of youth potential will help the children to adequately represent Belarus at the festival venues," informed Deputy Minister of Education Alexander Kadlubai, who took part in the solemn ceremony.

In total, 20,000 young leaders from all over the world will gather at the festival. Our delegation consists of representatives of key youth organizations: the BRUY, the Belarusian Republican Pioneer Organization, the councils of young scientists of the National Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Education, a volunteer organization, our youth parliaments, the Council of Working Youth, a total of 630 people.

New prospects for cooperation are outlined: Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Syktyvkar Forest Institute strengthen international cooperation

Oleg Sozinov, Head of the Botany Department of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, delivered an open lecture within the framework of bilateral cooperation with the Syktyvkar Forest Institute. This is the first stage of joint work on the exchange of best practices, interesting knowledge and research results between universities.

Elena Raush, Deputy Director of the SLI for Economic Affairs, addressed the participants and listeners of the master class with a welcoming speech. She stressed that Syktyvkar Institute has always been interested in international experience and studied new technologies.

– Today we are starting a series of lectures by teachers of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Syktyvkar Forestry Institute. By the end of the academic year, about six more lectures will be held, three of which our teachers will read for Belarusian students and children from the Forestry Institute. We give our students and staff the opportunity to broaden their horizons, to learn what is happening in other regions of the world and how. As life shows, the most important discoveries and interesting research occur at the junction of different disciplines, interdisciplinary. The students and teachers will get acquainted with the experience of our colleagues from the Republic of Belarus. They will learn more about the biodiversity of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha," said Elena Raush.

Oleg Sozinov spoke about the practical application of the geobotanical map to identify key habitats (important for the conservation of biodiversity), as well as to develop a scientifically based approach to the functional zoning of specially protected natural areas. The lecturer presented the report "Identification of key territories important for the conservation of biological diversity, using the example of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha".

The lecture aroused the keen interest of the audience. Associate professors of the Department of Botany Anastasia Sakovich and Ekaterina Glyakovskaya will also provide the results of their research from the Faculty of Biology of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

Teachers of the Syktyvkar Forest Institute, in turn, will give lectures on forest topics for students of the SLI and the Faculty of Biology and Ecology of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

PHOTO FACT: the action "Kupalayskaye shmatgalosse" united YKSUG residents

The Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno has an atmosphere of a real celebration of culture and language. The action "Kupalayskaye shmatgalosse" gathered in the scientific library not only the university management, staff and students, but also special guests – foreign students living and studying at this educational institution.

The participation of students from around the world deserves special attention. Their vivid creativity and love for the Belarusian language and literature became a real discovery for all those present. Young people easily read poetry in the Belarusian language, demonstrating an amazing command of the language and a deep understanding of Belarusian culture.

Kupalayskaye shmatgalosse left bright memories in the memory of everyone who attended this wonderful event.

International cooperation: Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno continues to actively work with the Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi

From February 12 to 17, YKSUG residents were invited to the Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi under the program "Visiting Professor".

At the end of 2023, a delegation of 12 people from Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi arrived at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno within the framework of the cooperation agreement between the universities of the two countries – Belarus and Uzbekistan – to study at advanced training courses "Technologies for improving the quality of teaching and learning at universities."

From February 12 to 17, 2024, within the framework of the Visiting Professor program, the Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi was visited by the dean of the Faculty of Psychology Olga Mitrofanova and the head of the Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology Konstantin Karpinsky. The invited guests gave lectures on the disciplines of "General Psychology", "Family Psychology", "Evolutionary Psychology", "Positive Psychology".

With the Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimi, the Faculty of Psychology of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno implements a joint educational program in the specialties "Psychology" and "Practical Psychology". As part of the business visit, YKSUG residents exchanged practical and theoretical experience, held open lectures and seminars for students at the departments of co-education, applied psychology, interfacult pedagogy and psychology.

As a result of the working trip, an agreement was reached on submitting a joint application for the competition of Belarusian-Uzbek projects of joint scientific research of the BRFFI, joint scientific articles, scientific conferences.

Strengthening partnerships: Zimbabwean-Belarusian Business Forum in Harare

As part of the visit of the Belarusian delegation from the country's leading universities, the Zimbabwean-Belarusian Business Forum "Building a Strong Partnership" was held in Harare, the capital of the Republic of Zimbabwe, from February 19 to 22: Using a shared vision of a sustainable future." Anton Glazyev, Head of the NIS of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, is taking part in the forum.

The meetings of the expert group in the field of education are held for two days – on February 19 and 20. The delegation members represent such educational institutions as Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, BNTU, BSU, BSUIR, MSLU, BSTU.

At the meeting of the expert group, active work is being carried out to identify promising areas of cooperation with the Republic of Zimbabwe in the field of education and research at the university level. This important event makes it possible to strengthen ties between educational institutions of the two countries and contributes to the development of education and science on a global scale.

It should be noted that in the field of education, Zimbabwe and Belarus support the exchange of students, teachers and researchers. Students from Zimbabwe have the opportunity to study at Belarusian universities in bachelor's, master's and postgraduate programs. Joint scientific research and projects are also being conducted to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience between scientists from both countries.

The students of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno showed high results at the V International Olympiad on the educational program "Tourism"

On February 5, the results of the V International Distance Olympiad on the educational program "Tourism" were summed up. The students of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno presented their university with dignity.

The Olympiad was organized by the Institute for Digital Economy Research of the Karaganda University named after Academician E.A. Buketov (Karaganda city, Republic of Kazakhstan). 9 teams from Kazakhstan and CIS countries took part in the competition.

To participate in the competition, the teams had to develop an original tourist route for the first round, as well as shoot a video on current areas of development of the tourism industry within the framework of the second round. Students of the specialty "Tourism and Hospitality" of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno performed well at the Olympiad. 3rd year students Anastasia Pilets and Margarita Stanchik received a diploma of the 3rd degree. The work of 2nd year students Beata Korsak, Valeria Skorina and Ksenia Anisenko was awarded a special nomination for creative thinking.

Congratulations to the winners on their victory and wish them further success!

The international online school "Innovative technologies of teaching the German language" started at the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

On February 14, the first seminar of the online school "Innovative technologies for teaching the German language" took place. The online school is being implemented within the framework of a cooperation agreement between the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and the M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University in Arkhangelsk.

The Department of Romano-Germanic Philology of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and the Department of German and French Philology of the SAFU, based on a joint cooperation program, will conduct an International online School from February 14 to March 20, after which participants will receive certificates. The development of innovative technologies will contribute to successful work in future teaching activities.

Nadezhda Vlasyuk, Head of the Department of Romano-Germanic Philology at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, addressed colleagues and students with a welcoming speech. She stressed the importance and necessity of using innovative technologies that facilitate language learning, increase motivation, form listening skills, promote a positive attitude towards learning German, and create an interesting and lively atmosphere.

Maria Sokolova, Head of the Department of German and French Philology, and Elena Shiman, Director of the Center for International Academic Mobility, addressed the participants of the seminar with gratitude for cooperation and wishes for fruitful work from SAFU.

Students of two universities took part in the educational and methodological seminar "Creating a video on the introduction of a new topic for foreign language classes".

The moderator of the training seminar was Larisa Shipitsina, Professor of the Department of German and French Philology at SAFU. YKSUG residents got acquainted with their peers from Arkhangelsk in a playful way, and then in a visual form got acquainted with popular resources, online platforms and technological tools with which interactive videos are created. Students were able to apply their theoretical knowledge in practice by creating their interactive videos according to pre-prepared instructions. The trial videos were posted on the online collaboration board (Miro-Board).

The second seminar will be held on February 21, moderated by Associate Professor of the Department of Romano-Germanic Philology of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Tatyana Skorobogataya.

Methodological seminars will be held weekly until March 20. The online school program includes a number of training seminars dedicated to interactive and information technologies in foreign language classes, and their moderators are associate professors and teachers of both partner universities.

 

YKSUG residents took part in the III International Winter School of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Employees and students of the Department of Finance and Accounting of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno took part in the III International Winter School "Dialogues on Digitalization of Business Data Collection, Consolidation, Analysis and Control in the EAEU space", which was held in a remote format from January 13 to February 10, 2024 at the Faculty of Economics of the Patrice Peoples' Friendship University of Russia Lumumba (RUDN).

The III International Winter School was attended by 197 students and teachers from 18 universities in Russia and neighboring countries, joining forces in search of effective business solutions.

Speakers from leading universities in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have identified the vector of scientific research on business data management issues in the context of digital transformation of economic entities.

Lyudmila Tarasova, Head of the Department of Finance and Accounting, presented to the audience a report "On control (supervisory) activities in the Republic of Belarus", in which she revealed the essence, concept, content of financial control and its place in the state management system, familiarized with the principles and scope of state financial control, elements and methods of control, conditions of implementation in the Republic of Belarus.

Natalia Pototskaya, Senior lecturer at the Department of Finance and Accounting, introduced the practice of digitalization into the taxation system of the Republic of Belarus in her report "Digitalization of Tax Administration in the Republic of Belarus".

The format of the open conversation allowed the listeners to gain practice-oriented knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of accounting, taxation, international financial reporting standards, financial control, statistical analysis of business data.

The organizers of the International Winter School were Patrice Lumumba Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (Russia) and L. N. Gumilev Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan).

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