The winner of the All-Russian competition of youth projects “Your turn” shared with the students of MSHEU the secrets of success

On February 13, a meeting with Alexander Kulikov, the winner of the All-Russian competition of youth projects “Your Turn”, took place at MSHEU.

The contest “Your Move” is an All–Russian project for students who want to self-actualize through real projects and influence the experience of other students in the framework of university studies and processes within the organization.

At the meeting with Alexander, MSHEU students learned how to turn time into a benefit for themselves, friends, relatives, university, city and even the country, and also got acquainted with the structure of the project “Your Turn”. During the conversation, Alexander focused not only on fixing the personal achievements of students, but also on the main principles and meanings of the project.

“Your Move is a big family of students. Everyone is important to us, we strive to act not alone, but in a team. After all, together we can do more,” Alexander Kulikov believes.


The Main Military History Museum of Russia offers MSHEU students practical training and employment

On February 13, a meeting with the staff of the Victory Museum – the head of the Department of International Relations Anastasia Alexandrovna Kretova, HR specialist Olga Vladimirovna Bukhkalo and the translator of the Museum Sergey Viktorovich Orlov took place in the assembly hall of MSHEU.

The Victory Museum is the main military history museum of Russia on the subject of the Great Patriotic War and World War II, one of the largest military history museums in the world, an all–Russian research and cultural and educational center. The Victory Museum offers unique interactive expositions and annually organizes more than 30 exhibitions. Today the museum has the following permanent exhibitions: “The Feat of the People”, “The Battle for Moscow. The First Victory!”, “Feat of the Army”, “Faces of Victory”.

The students learned about the specifics of the museum’s international activities, the organization of exhibitions, and the possibilities of practical training. Anastasia Alexandrovna Kretova, Head of the International Relations Department, stressed in her speech that graduates of any training areas can find opportunities for implementation in museum and cultural activities.

Sergey Viktorovich Orlov, translator of the Victory Museum, conducted a master class on business communication for students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages.