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Technological Leadership: RUDN Students Win International Competition for the Best Research Paper

Technological Leadership: RUDN Students Win International Competition for the Best Research Paper

72 student papers, 22 participating universities, research papers of RUDN students took 2 steps on the podium at the XIX V.N. Veniaminov’s annual competition of St. Petersburg for the best students’ work

Students of the Institute of World Economy and Business took gold and bronze in the category “Technology leadership”:

1st place, Ekaterina Lugovskaya and Elizaveta Prokhorova, “World economy”, 2nd year.

Topic: “Digitalization of education: main trends and problems”.

Research supervisors: Irina Aidrus and Ravil Asmyatullin.

3rd place, Elshan Agaev, “World Economy”, 4th year

Topic: “The concept of digital transformation and its features in the banking sector”.

Research supervisor: Sofia Glavina.

“Because of the pandemic, education has undergone serious changes, it began to develop at a rapid pace in the direction of digitalization. This situation could not leave us indifferent, because at this stage we are part of this system and feel the enormous changes on ourselves. But, as you know, the world is contradictory, so the main goal of the work is to identify trends and problems faced by the educational systems in the world”, Elizaveta Lugovskaya and Ekaterina Prokhorova.

For reference

V.N. Veniaminov’s annual competition for the best students’ work is organized by the Saint Petersburg’s Committee for Science and Higher Education, the Anatoly Sobchak International Banking Institute, and the Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Competition for students of Russian and Foreign universities in the directions:

Technology Leadership

Man and the Economy. Socio-economic development and management

Economic research: contradictions and development

General Questions of Economics (section is intended for 1-2-year students of Bachelor’s and Specialist’s programs)

Green Economics and Green Finance

The competition winners receive certificates for educational services payment of Anatoly Sobchak International Banking Institute: I place — 15 000 rubles, II place — 10 000 rubles, III place — 5 000 rubles.

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