Sergey Naryshkin and Vladimir Mau Presented Awards to the Best Students of RANEPA
RANEPA’s Awards Ceremony for the 2014-2015 Student of the Year competition, took place at RANEPA on November 23, 2015. Awards were presented by Sergei Naryshkin, Director of RANEPA’s Supervisory Board and Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, with RANEPA’s Rector, Vladimir Mau.
The project, Student of the Year, has been held at RANEPA annually since 2010. The most active and successful students of RANEPA and RANEPA branches are nominated by a special competition committee. Only 3 or 4-year bachelor and specialist students are eligible for consideration.
In this year’s competition there were 2000 candidacies considered and only 62 of them reached the final stage: 21 students from the main campus and 41 students from the Academy’s branch campuses.. Applications are submitted by the heads of the faculties throughout the RANEPA network.
In the end, 10 winners from the main campus and 20 winners from RANEPA branches were selected by the competition’s coordinating committee. The 2015 winners were given a Student of the Year certificate, awarded a special scholarship and are eligible to be included on the list of the Academy`s candidate pool.
Vladimir Mau, RANEPA’s rector, opened the ceremony and addressed the audience: “I am glad to greet all of you and congratulate you on receiving the Student of the Year award”. He then introduced Sergei Naryshkin and other members of the Board who were present.
“For me personally and for my colleagues, the members of the Supervisory Board, it is a pleasure to present awards to the nominees and winners of the Student of the Year competition.” Sergei Naryshkin went on to state, “You all know that it takes a great effort to earn this level of recognition and these awards are well deserved”. Naryshkin reminded the audience of the requirements of the competition and congratulated the students. He concluded by saying: “With this award we wish you continued success, not only in your studies, but in your future career as well!”