On January 25, Tatyana Day was celebrated at RSUH. Members of the RSUH administration congratulated the students and awarded diplomas and memorable gifts to the most active student councils and associations
The RSUH students were congratulated by Rector Alexander Bezborodov:
“As you continue your academic journey, remember that education is not only about acquiring knowledge, but also about shaping your character and becoming responsible citizens of our society. Cherish the friendships you have made, the lessons you have learned and the memories that will last a lifetime, and we, as the university's leadership, will always be here to support you".
Vice-Rector for Youth Policy and Social Work Irakli Bolkvadze said:
“Being a student is already a reason to be proud, being a Moscow student is double that, and being a student at RSUH means representing one of the best universities in the country. I wish you a positive attitude - so that it always accompanies you on the path to your goals!”
First Vice-Rector Pavlenko said:
“At our University there are many opportunities for creative growth and self-realization in various fields of activity. I would like to wish you creative success and good luck in all your endeavors!”
Next, a ceremony took place to award students who were selected for the World Youth Festival, which will be held on March 1-7, 2024 in Sochi, and the chairmen of the most active student associations and councils.