There are tons of fun things you can do in Chelyabinsk. Below, we’ve picked some exciting events the city has to offer this weekend. It’s time to get some tickets and make those freedom evenings count! Don’t forget to leave your comment about the events on Vk and Facebook.
March 19, Presentation of Master’s Degree Programmes of the School of Economics and Management took place at South Ural State University. University applicants and future graduates of Bachelor’s degree studies could learn about prospects of undertaking Master’s degree studies and the specificity of new educational programmes.
March 21 is a special day for those who cannot imagine their lives without books as the planet celebrates World Poetry Day. The best way to spend this day is, of course, to immerse yourself in reading your favourite poets and discover some new ones. It is impossible to make the ultimate list of the most talented and prominent poets of all time, as it all depends on who you ask. Below, we have devised a list of Russian “word masters’, well-known and admired in Russia and abroad.
Within the 4th International Scientific and Educational Forum called “Communication Leader of the 21st Century”, which is being held at SUSU under support of the European Journalism training Association (EJTA), an online master class on fact-checking was held by lecturers Frederic Moraine from Artesis Plantijn University College(Belgium). The topic of their reports was “International fact-checking technologies”.
South Ural State University has opened a school on training volunteers for the international events of 2020. The school will be held March 18th through April 5th of 2019.
The school was organised by the Volunteer Centre of South Ural State University, with support from the Team 2020 regional project, the SUSU Extracurricular Activities Department, the SUSU Volunteer Activity Office, the United Primary Trade Union Organisation and the United Student Council of South Ural State University.
It is for the fourth time that SUSU becomes the venue for holding the largest International Scientific and Educational Forum called Communication Leader of the 21st Century”. The event is to be held at the university from 18th till 24th of March of 2019 under support of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA). Since 2016, SUSU has been an institutional member of EJTA which unites more than 70 leading centres of journalism training in Europe, and successfully cooperates with European universities.
South Ural State University is a unique higher education institution which has been implementing project-based learning starting from September of 2018. Project-based learning is an educational model of a new format targeted at improvement of the education quality and the level of alumni’s competitiveness on the global labour market.
President the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) Nico Drok has come to participate in the 4th International Scientific and Educational Forum entitled “Communication Leader of the 21st Century”, and this is his third visit to SUSU.
University for the 20th time. 11 young poets participated.
This year, the Ascending Parnassus contest celebrated its 20th anniversary. In honour of this event, the participants on the improvised stage of the March 13th event included not just new students, but also graduates still involved with the literary arts. The participants performed for a jury, which included members of the Union of Writers of Russia.
South Ural State University students have become prize-winners of the regional round of the 2018-2019 statistics poster competition among the university and school students (being held once every two years since 2007).
The contest was announced by the International Association for Statistical Education (IFSE) and the International Statistical Institute (ISI) as part of the International Statistical Literacy Project (ISLP).
Five teams of Bachelor’s students from three Chelyabinsk universities took part in the regional round.
Within the International Scientific and Educational Forum entitled «Communication Leader of the 21st Century, ISSH students majoring in Advertising and Public Relations and in Journalism held an information-and-intellectual battle called “A Hero’s Profile”. The creative educational project elaborated jointly by academics and students provided for such contest stages as pedagogic inventiveness, situational modeling, and a creative experiment.
Formal ceremony of opening the International Scientific and Educational Forum entitled “Communication Leader of the 21st Century” was started at the Activity Hall of the SUSU Main building with a colourful multimedia project entitled “SUSU – The University of Digital Transformations which United Europe and Asia”. While making a welcoming speech before participants of the Forum, the Rector of SUSU, Aleksandr Shestakov, noted:
On March 12th at South Ural State University, a united career day was held for senior pupils from Chelyabinsk schools. The event was organised by the SUSU Faculty of Pre-University Education and the Municipal Centre of Occupational Guidance for the City of Chelyabinsk.
On March 15, a ceremonious awarding of winners of Russian language contests took place in Sigma academic building. Students from China got awarded with certificates and memorable prizes.
In 2018-2019 academic year, students from People’s Republic of China took part in four Russian language contests: Russian Writing Contest, International Online Olympiad on Russian as a Foreign Language, a contest of projects called “Russian Language in the Sphere of Digital Transformations”, and a photography contest called “Russia and China: Country – Language – Culture”.
On March 22, plenary session of the 4th International Science-to-Practice Conference of scientists, postgraduates and representatives of entrepreneurial institutions entitled “Problems of Economic Security and Customs Regulations: the Search for Efficient Solutions” is to be held at South Ural State University.
Today, the 18th International Youth Congress on Advertising and Public Relations called “Media PROFILE” started its operation at SUSU within the Communication Leader of the 21st Century Scientific and Educational Forum.
On March 21st a celebration of Nowruz will be held at South Ural State University. The attendees will learn about the traditions of the Turkic peoples and will see the performances by SUSU international students in national garments.
Nowruz is the most important holiday of the year for many nations in Asia celebrating the coming of spring and of the New Year under solar calendar. It coincides with the vernal equinox, which falls on March 20th-21st every year, and symbolizes the beginning of new life and nature rejuvenation.
March 12th and 13th a competition was held as part of the Praise to Men of Labour! federal project at Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University with support from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Chelyabinsk Region. A SUSU student became a prize winner as one of the best participants under the category of the Best Metallurgical Engineer.
South Ural State University comprises ten educational divisions: schools and institutes, each of which has its own traditions. Every year, on March 14th, the SUSU Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics celebrates an unofficial holiday of all math lovers – Pi Day.
On January 25 of 2019, registration for participants of Student League of the International Engineering Championship called CASE-IN has started. Participants are going to solve an engineering case on the common topic of the Championship, Digital Transformation.
Students of South Ural State University actively participate in Olympiads and contests which allow them to master new skills. Many SUSU students have showed their abilities in the I Am a Professional (Ya – Professional) All-Russian Student Olympiad.
On March 11th a meeting was held at South Ural State University between the representatives of the Consulate of the Republic of Kazakhstan and students who came from Kazakhstan to study at our university.
The delegation members included Konysbek Zhusupbekov, Consul of Kazakhstan in Omsk; Anuarbek Rambekov, consular assistant; and Kanat Seitikov, Chairman of the Chelyabinsk Regions Public Organisation of Azamat Kazakh Public Centre.
This Year the geodesy and cartography sector in Russia celebrates its 100th anniversary. The modern history of the state cartographic and geodetic service began on March 15th of 1919, when a Decree on creating a Supreme Geodetic Department came into force as proposed by the Council of People’s Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. How did this sector develop throughout the last century, and what significance it has now?