Students of the Institute of Space Technologies got Yury Gagarin scholarships

Students of the Institute of Space Technologies got Yury Gagarin scholarships

27 October, the winners of the Open contest for Yury Gagarin scholarship were awarded in Zvezdny Gorodo, among them – RUDN IST students.

Four 2nd-year students (Kair Zhanibekov, Alexander Lakin, Viktoria Zhuravleva and Irina Andreichikova) of RUDN IST got diplomas and certificates for research of assessment of labor-intensive training of astronauts. The experts highle appreciated their work «Improving methodological tools of assessing intensiveness of labor when planning work of Gagarin Training Center».

«Our victory is a result of hard work. We participate in conferences on space branch economic issues. We offer our solutions based on detailed analysis. We learn to be professionals and it takes a lot of research», say the winners.

Tatiana Kokuitseva, Vice-Director of IST says that «hi-tech production takes intellectual labor. At our institute we concentrate on practical approach – straight after internship our students do concrete projects».

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