Presidents of leading world universities will deliver presentations at the FISU Conference, titled 'University and Olympic Sport: Two Models - One Goal?' to be held on July 14-17 at the Main International Center (MIC) of the Universiade Village.
More than 6,000 employees from five ministries and their subsidiaries have completed the StarEnglish 2.0 training programme. The number of students indicates the large scope of the project, which was implemented by the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Tatarstan and the FISU International Education Centre (FISU IEC).
Team Russia celebrated its first success in 2005. During the Summer Universiade in Izmir, Turkey, Russian students won 65 medals, including 26 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze. This victory was celebrated throughout the country, especially in the capital, where it was decided to organise and conduct regularly the Moscow Universiade for the purpose of developing university sports in the city.
Alexander SladkovskyKazanArtistic director and principal conductor of the State Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan. Honoured Artist of Russia. Laureate of the 3rd Prokofiev International Conducting Competition. Artistic director of four international musical festivals in Kazan: Rakhlin’s Seasons, White Acacia, Kazan Autumn and CONCORDIA.