RANEPA Student Council the most creative in Eastern Europe
The START adaptation program for freshmen developed by RANEPA Student Council was named among the three best projects of the international Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards as the most creative team of the year.
Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards (GWA) is the largest communications award in Eastern Europe, CIS countries and Central Asia. This year, projects from 13 countries competed for the attention of international jury: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Croatia and Estonia.
RANEPA Student Council was shortlisted in four youth categories: Best PR project, Best social media project, Creative of the year and Student of the year.
The competition jury highly appreciated the effectiveness of the START program and its prospective component. START is an integrated adaptation program for first year students developed by RANEPA Student Council using gamification principles: the participants scored points for performing various tasks and tests and participating in educational activities, trainings and business games from RANEPA Student Council experts. The program embraced 900 freshmen, helping them develop their skills in a month.