Understanding the Post-Graduate (PG) Year
Learn about the Post-Graduate(PG) Year, and how it can benefit certain students.
A post-graduate year is a year beyond high school graduation, spent at an independent school. Some students will consider doing an “extra” year of high school in order to better prepare themselves for college in a number of areas. Reasons for pursuing a post-graduate year vary as does the timing of this decision. Some students know early on that they would like to pursue a post-graduate year and don’t go through the college application process at all, while others decide to consider both options. Still others go through the college application process and then realize that they are not pleased with their college options and would like another year to strengthen their candidacy for colleges.
In any of these cases, the post-graduate year is a worthwhile option to consider. This “extra” year allows a student to mature socially and/or academically, provides another year of academic preparedness and time to enhance study skills and time management, perhaps another year to strengthen athletic ability to pursue a sport in college. These are all valid reasons for pursuing a post-graduate year.
Many independent schools offer this option, usually to a group of 10-20 students who are essentially members of the senior class. As post-graduates, these students will have already earned a high school diploma so will be making academic choices that will enhance their profile for college by maybe filling in gaps on their transcript or taking some more advanced courses. Some schools will have one or two required courses for their post-graduates as well.
There are a few things to keep in mind if you are considering a post-graduate year. For instance, while this can be an incredible experience, it is often difficult at first for post-graduate students to still be in high school when many friends have gone off to college. However, keeping the big picture in mind is important; you can be much better prepared than you would have been when it’s time for you to go to college. You may be more attractive as a candidate due to your enhanced profile and demonstrated ability to do more demanding work. Also, it’s important to remember that you are only spending one year at this school so you have to make the most of it. You will no sooner be on campus than you will have to think about the next group of schools to which you will apply. It’s important to get engaged on campus quickly – academically, socially, on athletic teams, and other extra-curriculars, so you feel you are a part of the school.
Also important is this: While your college list may not change considerably from doing a post-graduate year, you will change as a student. That is to say that you may be applying to some of the same schools you would have before, but you will be much better prepared to do the work when you get there.
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About the author: Heather Johnson is an educational consultant who works with families in both the boarding school and college admissions processes.
Postgraduate Program | The Hill School
The Hill has a rich tradition of hosting postgraduate students (PGs) for an “extra year of high school.” The program is best designed for candidates showing academic promise and maturity who are seeking to strengthen their educational preparation before entering college. Students will benefit from living away from home for the year with more freedoms and responsibilities, but with more structure and supervision than a college community. From Orientation day through Commencement, postgraduate students work together and with Phil Canosa, Hill’s assistant director of admissions, to support each other and ensure that each student maximizes his or her experience.
At the same time, postgraduates fully integrate into the sixth form (senior) class and the entire student body, in the classroom, in the dormitory, and on the athletic fields and the stage, and in other extracurricular activities. Postgraduate students come to Hill for a variety of reasons. While some come because they have exceeded the level of courses offered at his or her current high school, others come to pursue a higher level of athletics, music, or other artistic endeavors. Many students also are interested in a transitional year away from home before heading off to college. Regardless of the individual reasons, all postgraduate students are looking for the combination of academic, social, and physical growth that a year at The Hill will provide.
Please contact Mr. Canosa at [email protected] for more information.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the postgraduate program:
Q: Do all postgraduates (PGs) live on campus?
A: Yes. The Hill has a one-year boarding requirement; therefore all PGs live on campus.
Q: Do PGs live with other postgraduate students?
A: PGs will have a postgraduate roommate and will reside in dorms with a mix of sixth, fifth, and fourth form students.
Q: Is there an age limit?
A: To compete in athletics there is an age limit. In order to be eligible for competition on Hill athletic teams, a student may not turn 19 years of age before September 1. This is a Mid-Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) rule.
Q: Are there special postgraduate classes?
A: No. After careful review of a student’s high school transcript, Hill’s academic office will place PGs in appropriate classes that will challenge students and give him or her the opportunity for success. There traditionally is one section of “post-grad English,” but students also may be placed in English 4 Honors and English 4 AP. A sample PG course load would be an English, a math, a science, a Religious Studies course, and an elective. There is great flexibility in devising a program to appropriately challenge and interest you.
Q: Will postgraduates earn a diploma?
A: We encourage all PGs to complete a full year at Hill and earn a diploma. While PGs have the option of receiving only a certificate of completion, we recommend that they work towards a diploma. Fulfilling Hill’s graduation requirements through their entire high school and postgraduate year is all that is necessary to earn a Hill diploma.
Q: How many postgraduates attend Hill each year?
A: Hill annually enrolls 14-20 postgraduates.
Q: Where are these students from?
A: In just the last few PG classes, there have been students representing more than 10 states and four foreign countries.
Q: Why do students come for a postgraduate year?
A: The reasons are many: Desire more challenging courses than currently offered at their high schools; Interested in Hill’s wide range of extracurricular activities; Interested in a year away from home before the college experience; Interested in building on existing academic foundations to present a more complete picture to colleges and universities; Interested in studying and living in a diverse structured and residential community. Some international students often find it beneficial to spend a year at an American high school before college.
How a Post-Graduate Year at Boarding School Helps You in College – TeenLife
Another year of high school, really?
Why would anyone consider a post-graduate year instead of college? But if you’re a high school athlete looking to improve your game, a post-graduate (PG) year at a boarding school might be just what you need to play college sports.
Max Willman, for example, was a hockey all-star and a good student at Barnstable High School in Massachusetts. But, coming from an off-the-beaten-track school on Cape Cod, he thought his competitive days would be put on ice when he graduated in 2013.
Fast forward a short year later. Willman was playing at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, site of the 2014 National Hockey League draft, pulling on the sweater of the Buffalo Sabres, posing for photographs as their fifth-round selection.
But before pursuing his dream of professional hockey, Willman will get an Ivy League education at Brown University. And he owes all this to the PG year he did at the Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, Mass.
“After high school, I was looking at colleges but just as a student, not for hockey,” says Willman. “I wanted to keep playing, but there weren’t many opportunities, certainly not at Division 1 schools. There weren’t a lot of scouts (college or pro) coming to the Cape.”
“Prep school did everything for me,” says Willman. “I needed that year to grow as a player and as a person. No way would I have been recruited to the Ivy League, or drafted by the NHL, without what I learned at Williston.”
The cost of a post-graduate year
?The cost of a PG year can be considerable – as much as $70,000 without scholarships?or financial aid – but the reward could be an athletic scholarship or, at the very least, substantial personal development. That might make the cost of boarding school worth the investment.
John Toffey is the newly appointed associate director of admissions at Cheshire Academy in Cheshire, Conn. Before that, he had the same job – as well as being head baseball coach and assistant hockey coach – at the Salisbury School in Connecticut. Having been in an academic and athletic environment for seven years, he knows well the benefits of a PG year for both athletics and academics.
“It’s hard to find a downside,” says Toffey, a former Division 1 college athlete who was drafted in both baseball and hockey. “It’s not cheap, but after a year you’re going to be much better prepared for college.”
Most prep schools take a limited number of PG students – 15 to 20 in a class of about 100 at Salisbury – and the admission process is rigorous, he says.
“We’re focusing on the whole person, not just test scores or athletic ability. The character of the student is very important. We’re a co-ed boarding school, so how they fit in socially is a key. Kids?come from all around the country and internationally, too, so you’re exposed to a lot of things,” he says.
“As for athletics, with boys especially, a PG year gives you time to physically and emotionally mature, get stronger and faster. You’re surrounded by other good kids who are competitive and overachievers. That pushes you to be the best you can be.”
An extra year before college can really make a big difference, he adds. “You’re more ready than the average freshman because you’ve already had a year of experience with it.”
If there is a tradeoff, say Toffey and Willman, it’s that the structure and demands of campus life at prep schools are more controlled than at college.
“It’s part of the growth process,” says Toffey. “We have mandatory study halls. There’s some peer pressure because (PG students) see their friends going off to college, and they’re not. Socially, they feel like maybe they’re missing something.”
But in the end it’s worth it, says Willman.
“The adjustment to my first year at Brown was easier because I had already spent a year away from home playing hockey and studying,” he says. “I knew how to manage my time and not get overwhelmed.”
IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., is perhaps the gold standard for PG student-athletes. The nearly 500-acre campus has state-of-the-art facilities that rival and often exceed anything in top-tier universities or even professional teams.
The school began as the Bollettieri Tennis Academy in the late 1970s and developed champions such as Monica Seles and Andre Agassi. First called the Pendleton School and now IMG Academy, it has eight sports: football; baseball; basketball; golf; lacrosse; soccer; track and field; and tennis. It offers a college preparatory K-12 and PG curriculum and sends students on to some of the finest colleges and universities in the nation.
The post-grad program develops blue-chip recruits, but John Mahoney, the national varsity boys basketball coach, says IMG isn’t just about high-powered sports and athletic scholarships.
“We want to prepare them for the next step and help them reach their potential, whether that’s Division 1, 2 or 3. We’ve placed them at all levels,” says Mahoney. He has been at IMG since 2012 after college coaching stops at?Robert Morris, Duquesne, Michigan and St. Francis universities.?“We’ve had kids go on to be team managers in college because they want to be part of a program. We’ve had players come in here who didn’t start for their high school team, but they had a great attitude and wanted to improve and grow as a person.”
The sticker price for a PG year at IMG Academy is a hefty $65,500, and with additional fees climbs to nearly $70,000. There is limited financial aid available.
“We’re teaching and training physical and personal development. There’s no stone left unturned,” says Mahoney.
Why do a post-graduate year?
Improve: Raise your scores or your GPA, and, if you’re coming from a large high school, you might find a college counselor who has more time to help you.
Prepare: You’re away from home, but there’s still structure. It’s an in-between year before being on your own and a good way to learn time management and to hone study skills.
Grow: Teens, especially boys, are still developing physically, and a PG year is a chance to develop more physical strength and skills before college-level athletics.
Why Bridgton Academy – Bridgton AcademyBridgton Academy
Welcome! Thank you for your interest in Bridgton Academy, the nation’s premier boarding school focused exclusively* on offering a postgraduate year for young men. Founded in 1808, Bridgton is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Our postgraduate program is designed intentionally for young men who have completed high school and recognize that they want to gain an edge before attending college. In other words, it’s a bridge year before the college experience. Academic strategies, NCAA-level athletic development, personal maturity, and responsible independence are areas where Bridgton students thrive and grow. Our innovative curriculum and engaging faculty develop students who are curious, self-confident learners ready to better navigate the demands of college and go on to lead lives of principle.
We look forward to introducing you to our school and invite you to explore our website to learn what has made Bridgton Academy “the year that makes THE difference” for generations of students. Please call the Office of Admission at 207-647-3322 to speak with an admission representative or request information here. If you prefer, you may start your application today. We look forward to speaking with you soon!
*Each year a number of students choose to enroll as high school seniors and earn their high school diploma from Bridgton Academy. Though not required, many of these young men decide to return to complete our acclaimed postgraduate program.
While the characteristics of many boarding schools are the same, Bridgton Academy wants to offer more: challenging academics, a diverse student body, highly qualified faculty, small classes, and individual attention. But most of all, we offer an opportunity to make you more; to help you achieve your goal. So what makes Bridgton Academy the preeminent transitional experience between high school and college?
The United States Department of Education reports that more than half of all male students who begin college never complete it; most withdrawals occur during the freshman year. Of those who do complete a bachelor’s degree, only 34 percent do so within four years; the average amount of time in which students are earning these degrees is 6 years.
Bridgton Academy alumni report a college retention rate of 70 percent, with the average completion rate of a bachelor’s degree in 4.5 years.
At Bridgton Academy, our goal is to help our students develop the academic skills, study skills, self-discipline, maturity and self-confidence necessary to succeed in college, rather than just to survive it.
Bridgton Academy is the only college preparatory school in the country whose student body is comprised of primarily postgraduate students; we are not a high school which enrolls a small number of PGs (postgraduates) into a senior class for a repeat of their senior year. However, we do also welcome high school seniors looking to complete their high school diploma – a Bridgton Academy education is The Year That Makes The Difference for a number of true seniors.
Because our students are mainly postgraduates, we are able to emulate the college environment and experience, yet to provide some structure and support which colleges do not. Consequently, we offer a true transition year, not a repeat senior year of high school, unlike many other prep schools.
Because so many of our 180 students are postgraduates entering in September, they share the PG year together, and progress from Orientation to Commencement as a unit. No one is a newcomer entering a senior class in which friendships have been established and experiences have been shared during the past few years. Everyone must make new friends, learn to navigate the campus, and familiarize himself with the faculty and culture of the Academy. United by a clear, similar purpose, and a shared commitment to our program necessary to achieve it, our students develop a strong camaraderie among themselves, and life long friendships are made. Positive peer pressure to achieve success in academics, athletics, extracurricular activities, and citizenship is widespread, and students help each other in all aspects of the program.
Because all of our students are college age, usually 17 years old or older, Bridgton Academy emulates the college environment and experience, yet provides some structure and support which colleges do not provide. As a result, our year is a true transition year, not a repeat of a senior year in high school. Our rules and regulations are different from those at traditional boarding schools, with BA offering more independence than students may have at a high school. This requires our students to take responsibility for themselves, just as they will have to do in college. Unlike college, however, we hold our students accountable for their actions and decisions. Consequently, our students leave Bridgton Academy with a maturity that they did not have upon arrival in the fall.
Bridgton Academy has a partnership with St. Joseph’s College of Maine and Plymouth State College, whereby qualified Bridgton Academy students may take actual college courses for transferable credit upon matriculation to their college or university. This program is called the College Articulation Program (CAP). The benefits of taking CAP courses for our students are (1) the ability to demonstrate proficiency in an actual college course to college admission officers, and (2) to earn tangible credit which they may use in college.
Because our students are all postgraduates, our athletic teams compete against excellent college junior varsity teams as well as the best prep schools in New England. The benefits from this type of exposure and interaction, particularly with college coaching staffs, are many for our student-athletes as they prepare for college competition. As a result, Bridgton Academy graduates may be found on many prestigious college rosters nationwide every year.
Pursuing a postgraduate year at Bridgton Academy does not count against the NCAA eligibility requirement providing for five years in college to play four. Upon graduating from Bridgton Academy, our student-athletes have five years to play four in college.
Whether a student is a starter on a varsity team, or the dorms computer guru, or an outdoors enthusiast, or an aspiring writer, he will learn how to:
- manage time
- take notes in classes
- read critically
- write effectively
- set up a study schedule and stick to it
- seek help when needed and take advantage of academic support resources
- read, understand, and use an academic course syllabus
- live away from home and make important decisions on your own
Frequently Asked QuestionsPrep School Sports Connection
What services do you provide?
- Individual evaluation resulting in a personalized plan
- Focused list of prep schools to target
- Guidance through the application process
- Assistance with financial aid forms and negotiation
- Input and insight to help choose the best fit among final school choices
When should I start the process?
It’s never to early to start. For most schools, application deadlines are January or February. To give yourself the best chance, you should start the process by the previous September. The process can be completed in much less time, but the longer you wait
the lower your chances, especially if financial aid is required. Seniors, in particular, usually wait too long to start. They think they can have it both ways by playing out their senior year to see if they receive offers before pursuing prep school. They can’t. It’s too competitive. By the time they decide they want prep school, it’s too late. Others with equal talent will have already started the process. The smart move is to explore prep school at the beginning of the senior year. That way you have the option if you want it. Those who start the process late and need to catch up will benefit greatly from our ability to expedite the process.
How Old Do I Have To Be To Go To Prep School?
Generally, prep school (for boarding students) is for grades 9-13 (PG). There are also a handful of boarding prep schools for middle school students. Many prep schools take day students at younger ages.
When Should I Go To Prep School?
The younger, the better. There are many reasons. It’s easier to get accepted and easier to get financial aid. Most importantly, it provides the best chance of reaching your goals. Each child and family is different, and some are emotionally ready for this step before others, but that’s a different question.
What is Your Success Rate at Placing Student-Athletes?
For many, if not most, prep school is a big decision and a big investment. It’s also highly competitive. Approximately 90% of our clients find the school they want at the price they want. Of the remaining 10%, half clearly understood from the outset that their chances were small and it was their choice to take the risk. Our success rate is the result of two things. One, we’re good at what we do. Two, we are selective about who we accept as clients. Prospective clients know up front what their approximate chances are and that there are no guarantees. No one has time or money to waste. Generally, we won’t take on a client whose chance of success is under 20%.
Can I Reach My Goal With a PG Year?
That depends. See blog posting with same title.
Should I Repeat/Reclassify?
In general, yes. There are many advantages and almost no drawbacks. Simply, reclassifying offers the best chance of success.
Should I Repeat My Junior Year or Do a PG Year?
Repeating is clearly the better choice. There are a number of good reasons and very few drawbacks. The biggest benefit? You can get to a higher level in two years than you can in one. The hardest part? Leaving home before you and your parents thought you would. Many who have done PG years tell us they wish they had gone to prep school sooner. We can’t remember the last time someone said the opposite.
Can I Go for Just My Senior Year?
Many schools won’t take one-year seniors. There are some that will. In most cases you’re better off either repeating your junior year or doing a PG year.
What if I don’t live near one of your consultants?
Prep School Sports Connection works with student-athletes in the US and around the world. And while we like to meet as many as we can in person, in today’s high tech world we can do the next best thing.
Why should I go to prep school if I already have D1 offers?
This is a good question, with a better answer. This question assumes that getting a D1 offer is enough. We know from experience it’s not.
Too many athletes and parents are so focused on getting an offer that they don’t think about what happens after the offer. Ask yourself this question: When I look back in a year, how is this decision going to look?
We have learned that getting the right offer, and being ready to take advantage of it, is the key. You only get 4 years of college eligibility. How do you best take advantage of the opportunity and maximize the experience?
Finally, if you already have offers you’ve got a tremendous amount to bargain with. Why not leverage that to get a great prep school situation and a better four years of college experience?
I have a high school coach I trust and input from friends who’ve gone to prep school. Why do I need your service?
Simply, we know things and have connections they don’t. It’s not your high school coach’s job to know about prep schools. It’s a rare coach who does. And while your friends have information and experience, it’s incomplete at best. Are you better off listening to them than not at all? Maybe. Can we do a much, much better job of helping you reach your goal? Definitely.
How much does prep school cost?
The “list price” of most prep schools is about $50,000. That’s essentially the cost of a year of private college. Don’t let that scare you off. There is a lot of financial aid available, often much more than is available for college.
How can we possibly afford prep school?
Believe it or not, this isn’t always a major factor. There is a lot of financial aid available. If you really want a school, and they really want you, the money almost always works out. We tell most people to put the cost in a separate category and evaluate all the other parts of prep school as if the money were not a big issue. This is the most effective way to handle it.
Why would we pay for prep school when our current high school is free?
That’s a fair point, but remember this. Prep school includes room and board. What you consider “free” really costs about $4,000-$5,000. That’s the average cost to house, feed and transport your child around town for a year. To put it differently, if you can attend prep school for $5,000 for a year, the net cost to you vs. high school is $0. Then the question becomes, why wouldn’t you attend prep school.
Prep school equals graduate school?
In many ways, yes. If you get a years worth of college credit in a repeat or post-graduate year at prep school, you can graduate from college in three years. That means taking graduate courses your fourth year. If you figure prep school cost $25,000 for a year and graduate school is $75,000, that extra year at prep school is a bargain. If you’re on scholarship, it’s even more of a bargain.
What’s the cost for your service?
To learn more about the different services and payment options we provide, please contact us by phone at (585) 348-7180.
What’s the bottom line?
We can find opportunities just can’t discover on your own. Plus, our service pays for itself. How do you go wrong? The real question is, why wouldn’t you use our service?
Southern Basketball Academy Post Grad Home Page
What are Options for High School Seniors that do not Sign Scholarships?
Are you a student-athlete that wants a chance to continue your career at the college level, but haven’t found an opportunity yet? Or, perhaps you want to develop more either athletically or academically before going to college. A post-graduate year of study and athletic competition may be for you.
What is a Post-Graduate Student?
Post-graduate students attend a private or independent school for a year after they graduate high school. Some students choose to do it because they want to mature more academically; others do so because they want an extra year to develop and compete athletically. Either way, it is a fantastic way to help make sure you are prepared to take your game and education to the next level.
How Will Taking a Post-Graduate Year Affect My NCAA Eligibility?
The NCAA allows athletes in all sports, except for tennis and hockey, a one-year grace-period after they graduate high school. After the one-year period, the NCAA can start taking away years of eligibility. The NCAA grants you five years in which you can compete during four of them. The fifth-year, called a red-shirt year, allows athletes to take a season off for many different reasons, but still allows them to play for four full years.
If you are planning on not attending college the year directly after you graduate high school, a post-graduate year is a great choice. It won’t affect your eligibility, and you can still compete at a high level while continuing to take classes and build your academic profile. It can be difficult to get recruited to play in college if you take a year off from serious athletic competition; you can buy yourself some extra time by choosing the post-graduate route.
We also Offer Scholarships to those who Qualify!
The online link in which SBA uses for our student-athletes to assist them in raising their SAT or ACT Score is listed below.
Southern Basketball Academy Post Grad has partnered with several Facilities in regards to Conditioning, Weight Training, and Gym Use.
Rainbow Baptist Church Gym
2491 Columbia Drive, Decatur, Georgia 30034
Green Pastures Church
5455 Flat Shoals Parkway, Decatur, Georgia 30034
The Fit Spot is our Strength and Conditioning Facility.
Address:684 Antone Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia.
Frequently Asked Questions – Florida Coastal Prep Basketball
WHAT IS A POST GRAD PROGRAM?
A Post Grad Program is an option to prepare you academically and/or athletically for college. The difference between Post Grad and regular schooling is that Post Grads often focus heavily on one or several different sports.
WHY WOULD A PLAYER EVER CONSIDER A POST GRAD PROGRAM?
Are you a student-athlete that wants a chance to continue your career at the college level, but haven’t found an opportunity yet? Many players that attend post grads have already qualified with the NCAA while others need additional improvement on the SAT/ACT. Regardless, all players attending a post grad will commit to an intense focus on the sport of basketball; this usually includes maturing both physically and mentally, and increasing a player’s fundamental skill level. The goal of most players who attend post grad is to receive a scholarship or some other form of financial assistance.
WHAT DOES THIS PROGRAM GUARANTEE?
Although many people believe that a post grad will guarantee them a D1 scholarship, this is not the case. We cannot guarantee any scholarships, but we will guarantee that we will try our best to make every player in our program better. We guarantee a level of exposure, focused training, sports performance improvement, national level competition, and playing time.
HOW WILL A POST GRAD YEAR AFFECT MY NCAA ELIGIBILITY?
The NCAA allows athletes in all sports, except for tennis and hockey, a one year grace-period after they graduate high school. After the one-year period the NCAA can start taking away years of eligibility. The NCAA grants you five years in which you can compete during four of them. The fifth year, called a red-shirt year, allows athletes to take a season off for many different reasons, but still allows them to play for four full years. To stay up-to-date on the newest NCAA Regulations please visit the NCAA website.
To download an NCAA Recruiting Fact Sheet, please click here for the PDF.
If you are planning on not attending college the year directly after you graduate high school, a post-graduate year is a great choice. It won’t affect your eligibility, and you can still compete at a high level while continuing to take classes and build your academic profile. It can be difficult to get recruited to play in college if you take a year off from serious athletic competition; you can buy yourself some extra time by choosing the post graduate route.
I AM ATTENDING FCP, WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
- A form of identification (State ID or Drivers License recommended)
- Twin bedding and pillow
- School Supplies – If Needed (Notebooks, pencils, pens)
- Laundry Basket, Detergent, and Fabric Softener
- Towels, Toiletries (Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, toothpaste, toilet paper ect.)
- Backpack, Travel Bag
- Vitamins, Advil, Medication as needed
- Copy of medical and emergency contacts
- A locker lock
- Snacks and/or Food for personal use
- $250 Refundable Security Deposit
- Cell Phone, laptop, television, electronics, and/or video games
I AM AN INTERNATIONAL ATHLETE
International athletes must apply for a B1/B2 Visitors Visa on https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/tourism-visit/visitor.html. We are not a school and we do not provide I20s. FCP does provide an invitation letter.
I NEED HEALTH INSURANCE AS AN INTERNATIONAL ATHLETE
International athletes must have a form of health insurance just as all players in our program. Please visit here https://www.internationalstudentinsurance.com/student-health-insurance/ to find the appropriate health insurance plan for your budget.
Postgraduate and doctoral studies – Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I. Nosov “
The development of the intellectual potential of Russia, the search and selection of talented young people, and the provision of all-round support to them in their professional development are the most important tasks facing the system of higher professional education.
Research work of students is an obligatory element of the preparation of Graduates of higher education. Identification and support of students, undergraduates and graduate students of universities who have an interest and ability to research work, the exchange of experience in the design and research activities of scientific and pedagogical workers of flagship universities, the promotion of research culture among university students are the purpose of our competition.
Students of universities, undergraduates and postgraduates, researchers and practicing specialists are invited to participate in the Competition.
The competition accepts research papers and projects in the following nominations:
- master’s theses;
- individual projects;
- graduation qualification works and projects;
90,025 term papers and projects;
90,025 scientific articles.
Within each nomination, it is possible to select additional ones (“Best Methodological Development”, “Professional Orientation”, “Scientific Perspective”, etc.).
OBJECTIVE OF THE COMPETITION:
Development of the intellectual potential of Russia, the search and selection of talented young people, providing them with all-round support in professional development, supporting promising ideas of scientific and pedagogical workers of flagship universities, identifying and supporting students, undergraduates and postgraduate students of universities with an interest and ability to research work, exchange of experience design and research activities of scientific and pedagogical workers of flagship universities, promotion of research culture among university students.
- identification and support of promising research projects;
- identification of scientific and innovative potential among young people;
- Creation of conditions for the realization of the intellectual potential of the participants in the competition;
- Formation of creative professional thinking skills and interest in future professional activities in students and undergraduates;
- motivation of students and undergraduates for further research activities;
- Promotion of a research culture among university students.
90,025 increasing the level of scientific research;
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90,000 UdmFITS UB RAS and NAS of Belarus agreed on joint implementation of high-tech projects in Udmurtia
For two days, September 16-17, a delegation of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus worked in our republic at the invitation of the Udmurt Federal Research Center of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.Based on the results of meetings with representatives of the scientific community and industrial enterprises of our region, specific proposals for further cooperation were formed.
According to director of the Physico-Technical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, member of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Vitaly Zalessky , over the past two days the Belarusian side has held a large number of negotiations discussing specific plans for cooperation.
– We definitely have points of contact in scientific terms. The science of Udmurtia has a high potential, and we have developed plans for interaction between our scientific laboratories, the result of which can be joint projects at various levels, up to the programs of the Union State, Vitaly Zalessky said. “But in Belarus, science is specific: it is very practice-oriented. In particular, we, as an institute, create means of production and supply equipment, including to Russia – for example, to Tyumen, to Yekaterinburg.Udmurtia has a powerful industrial potential, and our capabilities, our developments, our implementation experience can be useful for the enterprises of the republic.
According to the Belarusian side, there is a strong mechanical engineering and instrument-making industry in Udmurtia, and with the participation of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, joint production in these areas can be organized in the republic.
– The management of large enterprises has already received proposals that it is necessary to unite. And the UdmFIC can become a responsible and highly qualified springboard for this work, – Vitaly Zalessky noted.
Director of the Scientific and Technical Center “LEMT” BelOMO “, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Alexei Shkadarevich also highly appreciated the potential of the UdmFIC UB RAS, including in applied science:
“There is tremendous experience here, a good school, specialists who not only have a high level of training, but are also well versed in modern technologies. Therefore, we see UdmFIC as the shortest path for organizing joint activities.We see that joining efforts will bring great benefits, synergistic effect.
Alexey Shkadarevich said that, as a representative of BelOMO, he also proposed to industrial enterprises in Udmurtia to organize joint production of optics and robotic systems. According to him, a number of enterprises have expressed interest in this proposal.
“We’ve had two days of tough, hard work,” said Mikhail Alies, director of the UdmFIC Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, , Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences .- All our large enterprises have shown a keen interest in this visit. Now we are drawing up a general plan and a roadmap for the talks, which I would divide into three blocks. The first is the scientific direction itself: both of our parties can obtain high results by using our instrumental bases in their work. The second direction is joint production mega-tasks, which will provide our enterprises with new orders and will allow us to enter new markets. And the third, but no less important, is the transfer of experience and developments of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus to Udmurtia in order to develop high-tech entrepreneurship here.In this context, the Belarusian side has colossal experience, which will make it possible to make a very active “inoculation” here in this area by localizing certain unique developments of academic science.
Therefore, in addition to the scientific component, this visit also has an important, in my opinion, infrastructural component, which should change the portrait, the appearance of the economy of the Udmurt Republic.
Alexey Semenikhin, First Deputy Director of the UdmFIC UB RAS reported that this visit is only one of the initial links of joint work:
– In 2018, we visited the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, where we signed a Cooperation Agreement.Since then, a lot of preparatory work has been carried out, which has made it possible for such a very intense return visit filled with work in specific areas. But we have a lot of common ground, so we will work in each area. This time we have worked out a number of issues related to industry – and, of course, not all of them – and we plan to meet more than once on these issues. In the future, we also plan to develop joint work, of course, in agriculture and in other areas.This cooperation, in my opinion, has almost limitless potential.
As a result of the negotiations, the parties have already agreed on cooperation in a number of areas – such as the creation of films with the effect of self-darkening, polarization and glow; solving problems improving the properties of materials; creation of new materials using artificial intelligence. In the future, it is planned to develop cooperation with the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus in a number of other areas.
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co-educational ~ co-educational school
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correctional training ~ correctional school
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graduate ~ Amer.graduate school
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upper secondary ~ upper secondary school
vestibule ~ Amer.industrial school (at a factory or factory)
veterinary ~ veterinary school
vocational ~ vocational vocational school ~ vocational vocational school ~ vocational vocational training school vocational: vocational vocational;
vocational school vocational school;
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Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Faculty members are actively involved in research work.Participate in the work on scientific grants from the Ministry of Education and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research. Under the leadership of E.A. Semenchin, research work was carried out on 7 grants. Faculty teachers regularly present their results at conferences of various levels (international, all-Russian, academic readings, etc.).
On the initiative of S.P. Grushevsky at KubSU in 2008, a branch of the Scientific and Methodological Council for Mathematics of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation was opened, which received the status of the NMS Branch in Mathematics of the Southern Federal District.This is a public-state body, with the correct organization of the work of the NMS, as experience shows, had a significant impact on the quality of mathematical education in universities and schools of the regions, conducting an examination of textbooks, teaching aids and curricula, developing educational literature, organizing the development of textbooks and teaching aids, establishing business contacts with publishers and jointly seeking the publication of good educational literature. Regional NMSs held thematic conferences at various levels, school and student Olympiads, organizing seminars for mathematics teachers.Mathematicians of the Kuban University have done a lot in this direction.
In 2017, the staff of the Department of Mathematical and Computer Modeling of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science derived new relations to describe the dynamics of interfaces with imperfect contact or in the presence of stochastic and periodic distributions of microdefects of various shapes. The resulting boundary conditions and constants make it possible to effectively and fairly simply describe a wider class of damage than traditional approaches allow, while taking into account the degree of damage and elastic properties of the contacting media.In addition, the department continues to work on mathematical models for describing the wave dynamics of periodic elastic composites, called acoustic metamaterials or phonon crystals in the scientific literature, which have recently become the subject of close study, but they are already beginning to find important applications and everything indicates that they have great prospects in the future, as they relate to materials that allow you to control the flow of elastic energy. The effects of the influence on the filtration and blocking properties of phonon crystals of functional-gradient interlayers, as well as internal and interface localized and distributed damage, were investigated.Resonance effects in phonon crystals with cuts were identified and analyzed, and an extended classification of forbidden and allowed zones in elastic and piezoelectric periodic composites was proposed. Research in 2017 was supported by a scholarship of the President of the Russian Federation for young scientists and postgraduate students carrying out promising research and development in priority areas of modernization of the Russian economy in the direction of “Strategic information technologies, including the creation of supercomputers and software development”, as well as two grants from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (jointly with the administration of the Krasnodar Territory and the State Natural Science Foundation of China.
In 2016 – 2018 under the leadership of Doctor of Technical Sciences Yu.M. Vishnyakov, three RFBR grants were carried out “Development and research of a computational theory of semantic interpretation of scientific and technical style texts”, the results of which were published in various publications included in the Scopus (WoS) indices, RSCI, as well as in journals and publications that are included in the list VAK.
In 2018 – 2019. under the agreement with MBOU secondary school №89 Krasnodar S.P. Grushevsky was the scientific supervisor of the grant project “Interschool networking in the development of gifted schoolchildren in the subject area” Mathematics and Informatics “, carried out within the framework of the state program of the Russian Federation” Development of Education “in the direction” Digital educational environment and e-learning in educational organizations. “Within the framework of this project, the department was responsible for scientific and methodological support, conducting training webinars for teachers.
Under the leadership of S.P. Grushevsky at the Department of Information Educational Technologies during 2018-2020. work was carried out under the project No. 18-413-230033 r_a “Designing an interactive learning environment in mathematics for general and higher education as the basis for creating a regional cluster of pedagogical innovations” (grant from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth Policy of the Krasnodar Territory).
Currently, work is underway in the framework of ongoing projects with the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, including a project in cooperation with the German Research Society (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). In 2019, together with Professor I. Müller (Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Bochum, Germany), the project “Uncertainty Quantification to enable a Model-Assisted Probability of Detection for Acousto Ultrasonic-based SHM” was carried out, supported by the German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center.
The faculty is the base for the work of the department in the Southern Federal District of the Scientific and Methodological Council for Mathematics of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
On the basis of the faculty, since 2010, the Bulletin of the Student Scientific Society of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science has been published, covering the life of the faculty and the achievements of its students and staff.
In 2012, in the work of the School-Seminar “NeZaTeGiUS and Turbulence” (Nonlinear Problems of the Theory of Hydrodynamic Stability), which was organized in 1987 by academicians G.I. Petrov and V. I. Arnold, our students took part: G. Ganchenko, A. Kutsepalov, A. Petrov and N. Paramonov, making scientific reports, the scientific adviser of which is E.A. Demekhin – doctor f.-m. Sci., professor. The works of our students were noted by the organizing committee and awarded with certificates of honor of the laureates of the competition for young scientists.
At the Forum International Conference “Education, Science and Economics in Universities and Schools. Integration into the international educational space “(March 2014., Tsaghkadzor, Armenia), where there were about a hundred scientists, Russia was represented by a single student. It was a student of the Faculty of Mathematics of the Kuban State University – A.V. Kolchanov, who made a report “On the history of the development of youthful mathematics schools and the motivation for the study of mathematics by schoolchildren” under the direction of S.P. Grushevsky.
From 5 to 6 November 2016, the V International Scientific and Practical Conference “Information Technologies in Education and Science” (ITON – 2016) was held in Kazan on the basis of the Kazan Federal University (KFU).The conference was devoted to the issues of practical use of information technologies in education and fundamental research. Within the framework of the conference, the 6th International Scientific Seminar “Nonlinear Models in Mechanics, Statistics, Field Theory and Cosmology” – GRACOS-16 and the 6th International School “Mathematical Modeling of Fundamental Objects and Phenomena in Computer Mathematics Systems” also worked. Kuban State University was represented by the students of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics N.V. Potapova, A.A. Bolshakov under the guidance of Doctor Phys.-Math. Sciences, Professor A.V. Rozhkov. Our students spoke in the Distance Education section, respectively, with reports: “Distance education as an electronic document flow”, “Electronic signature – training and testing complexes”. For their work, the students were awarded certificates of the participant and diplomas of the 1st degree.
On September 29, 2017, on the basis of the Kuban State University, employees of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science organized and successfully held a scientific-practical interuniversity conference entitled “Teaching Mathematics and Informatics at School and University”.The organizer was the Department of Information Educational Technologies of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of KubSU. Head of the conference – S.P. Grushevsky, Dr. ped. Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Information Educational Technologies, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, KubSU. The conference was held in full-time and part-time with the participation of undergraduates and postgraduates of KubSU; teachers of lyceums, gymnasiums and schools; university teachers.
International School-Conference “Complex Analysis and Its Applications” dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the birth of the famous mathematician, Professor Igor Petrovich Mityuk (06.01.1928 – 28.09.1995) was held from 2 to 9 June 2018 on the basis of the Gelendzhik branch of the Kuban State University.
II The conference was initiated by the Department of the Theory of Functions of the Kuban State University, the founder of which and the first head of the department was I.P. Mityuk. The organization of the conference was supported by the Mathematical Institute. V.A. Steklov Russian Academy of Sciences, Petrozavodsk State University. The project for organizing the conference received a grant from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Grant No. 18-01-20023, project manager, student I.P. Mityuk, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory of Functions B.E. Levitsky). The program committee of the conference was headed by a student of I.P. Mityuka, graduate of the postgraduate study at KubSU, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor of the Far Eastern Federal University V.N. Dubinin (Institute of Applied Mathematics FEB RAS). The leading mathematicians of our country, who are actively working in various areas of complex analysis, as well as a number of well-known foreign scientists, agreed to join the program committee.
XII International School-Conference on Group Theory, dedicated to the 65th anniversary of A.A. Makhneva, was held on the basis of the KubSU Branch in Gelendzhik from 14 to 20 May 2018
Previous schools-conferences were held: 1st Shushenskoye – 1978, 2nd Baikal – 1980, 3rd Elbrus region – 1982, 4th Miass – 1984, 5th Yaroslavl – 1988, 6th Prielbrusye – 2006, 7 Chelyabinsk region – 2008, 8th Elbrus region – 2010, 9th Vladikavkaz – 2012, 10th Nalchik – 2014, 11th Krasnoyarsk – 2016. Organizers of the school-conference – Kuban State University and the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics named after … N.N. Krasovsky Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Conference website http://group.imm.uran.ru. In total, more than 80 people took part in the conference, 40 of them in person. Of the 40 participants, about 20 are professors from the largest universities in Russia and the world: University of Mainz (Germany), Vanderbilde University (USA), Moscow State University (Moscow), Siberian, Ural and Crimean federal universities, national research universities of NSU (Novosibirsk) and SUSU (Chelyabinsk), Yaroslavl University, etc. About 30 reports were read, half of them were plenary.All plenary reports were published in the journal “Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences”.
The organizational committee of the conference included the following employees of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science: Dean of the Faculty S.P. Grushevsky, Professor of the Department of Functional Analysis and Algebra, KubSU A.V. Rozhkov. (Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee), Deputy Deans A.V. Bocharov, M.I. Drobotenko, G.N. Titov; head Department of Functional Analysis and Algebra V.Yu. Barsukova, teacher of the Department of Information Educational Technologies N.V. Potapov.
In August 2018, Professor E.A. Shcherbakov made a presentation at one of the largest events of the four years in the field of mathematics, at the Mathematical Congress in Rio de Janeiro.
On September 29-30, 2019, the All-Russian Scientific Conference dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Professor V.G. Lezhnev under the leadership of V.A. Lazarev, which was attended by 35 people. As a result of the conference, a collection of scientific papers was published.
The participation of the KubSU team for three years in the international student team Olympiad in mathematics 2, 4, 5-th Team International Internet Mathematical Olympiad (Championship), organized by Ariel University (Israel) brought our university 4 medals (2 gold, silver and bronze) …
In 2017, on the basis of the Department of Computational Mathematics and Informatics, a team of students was prepared to participate in the All-Russian programming marathon “HAKATON 4D”. The team took the first place among the participants of Krasnodar and the fourth place in the Russian rating of teams in the “Intelligent data processing” nomination. The team was prepared by Ph.D., associate professor of the department. Computational Mathematics and Informatics R.Yu. Vishnyakov According to the results of the work of the associate professor of the department. Computational Mathematics and Informatics R.Yu. Vishnyakov and student A.P. Shimokhin over the tasks of identifying and classifying objects based on neural network algorithms, tasks were formulated for the project “Development of a system for recognizing objects and their classification based on algorithms for computer vision and neural network analysis in video surveillance systems of a new generation” for participation in the UMNIK program conducted by the Innovation Promotion Foundation. Following the selection of innovative projects, student A.P. Shimokhin received a grant for the implementation of the presented project.
On April 25, 2018, the municipal competition “Oral Olympiad in Geometry” was held in Krasnodar on the basis of gymnasium No. 23. The main goals and objectives of the Olympiad are the development of the interest of students of general education institutions in additional classes in mathematics, the activation and increase of students’ interest in lesson and extracurricular activities, the creation of the necessary conditions for identifying gifted children, the development of literate, evidence-based speech in teaching mathematics and other disciplines.For the second year in a row, students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of KubSU become members of the jury of this competition.
On April 30, 2018, the final stage of the Municipal Festival of Young Mathematicians was held at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Kuban State University. A similar Festival has been held for the second year, the form of holding – a mathematical fight – is the second most popular type of mathematical competition after the classical Olympiads. The event is traditionally organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Kuban State University together with the Krasnodar Scientific and Methodological Center and MBOU Secondary School No.Krasnodar (as part of the implementation of the regional innovation platform, the scientific and methodological guidance of which is carried out by the faculty).
From February 1 to February 20, 2018, students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science under the guidance of A.V. Kolchanov (curator of the Olympiad on the line of students), together with the teaching staff of school No. 89 in the city of Krasnodar, the Interregional Internet Olympiad in Mathematics “Constellation of Talents” was held. This project is being implemented within the framework of the regional innovation platform and over the three years of its existence has united more than 800 students from various regions of Russia, countries of far and near abroad.
In April 2019, the team of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “KubSU” took part in the All-Russian Student Olympiad (VSO) in mathematics, held by the Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov “. The Olympiad pursued the following goals:
- Promotion of scientific knowledge and development of students’ interest in scientific activities;
- improving the basic training of students;
- Creation of optimal conditions for the development of gifted and talented students, their further intellectual growth and professional orientation.
90,025 activation of the work of special courses, circles, student scientific societies;
As a result, the team consisting of I. Zhuravlev, G. Khimshiashvili, A. Lupanova, S. Koshka was awarded a diploma of the II degree in the team competition.
Under the leadership of R.Yu. Vishnyakova, Ph.D. in 2017-2020, 2 research projects were prepared and are being carried out; undergraduate A.P. Shimokhin, 3rd year student S.N. Erygin successfully defended projects and received funding from the Innovation Promotion Fund under the UMNIK program. Training (internships) was organized for interested students in the department of “artificial intelligence systems” of the Concern “Kalashnikov”.
Within the framework of joint project research and educational activities carried out by students and employees of the Kuban State University on the basis of a cooperation agreement between the university and the Joint Stock Company Concern Kalashnikov, a competition is held every year for a scholarship from the Concern Kalashnikov projects to life on the most modern equipment and under the guidance of experienced consultant-mentors.
As a result of working on real projects in professional groups, students receive not only theoretical, but also practical knowledge and skills to work on real problems.
The results of practical work are published in various publications included in the Scopus (WoS) indices, RSCI, as well as in journals and publications that are included in the VAK list.
From January 14, 2020, twice a month under the guidance of a doctor phys.-mat. M.V. Golub held a mechanics and mathematics seminar on the basis of the Department of Theory of Functions in conjunction with the Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics and Informatics.
Acknowledgments were received for organizing educational work with a pivotal school in St.Sochi, which the students of our faculty studied under the guidance of doctor ped. Sciences V.A. Lazarev.
In 2020, a grant was received for “Creation of a center for engineering, mathematical and digital education on the basis of MBOU Secondary School No. 89 in Krasnodar”, carried out within the framework of “Personnel for the digital economy” of the national program “Digital Economy” of the state program of the Russian Federation “Development of Education”.
The 5th year student of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of the Department of Pedagogical Education Svetlana Ostapenko is a laureate of about two hundred competitions, both Russian and international.In November 2018, she became the winner of the regional stage “Student of the Year 2018”, got the opportunity to go to the All-Russian stage of the competition “Student of the Year 2018” in Kazan, in the nomination “Creative Person of the Year”. In April 2019, she became Miss Kuban State University.
Also S. Ostapenko (Dubova) is the soloist of the studio of pop-jazz vocal MKDTS. At “Etazhah-2018” she took 1st place in the academic vocal nomination, 1st place in the pop duet nomination, and took the grand prix as part of the pop-jazz vocal studio.At the “Russian Student Spring – 2017” in Tula, she took 2nd place in the academic vocal nomination and 1st place in the pop-jazz ensemble nomination. In 2019, she was a participant in the regional program from the Krasnodar Territory at the Russian student spring in the city of Perm, presented for the first time in 27 years.
2nd year MSc student in mathematics and computer science Gary Stepanyan is a laureate of a large number of vocal competitions at various levels, as well as a 3rd degree laureate of the “Russian Student Spring – 2017” in the jazz (solo) nomination.
The All-Russian School of Student Self-Government “Leader of the 21st Century” was held in Rostov-on-Don from 14 to 16 February 2017. This year, the geography of the participants again expanded its boundaries and reached the mark of 50. Kuban State University was represented by a 5th year student of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Chairman of the Coordination Council of the volunteer movement of the CCO KubSU Natalya Potapova.
Based on the results of all competitive tests, Natalya took 2nd place in the nomination “The best leader of a student association in the field of volunteering” in the Russian Federation.
4th year student Elizaveta Dalloni was recognized as the best student leader of the Preactum community in 2018. She took 1 place in the nomination “The best head of the student club” of the all-Russian competition Leader of the 21st Century, 2018. The youth organization “Business Polygon”, under the leadership of Dalloni Elizaveta, took the prize in the nomination “The best system for the preparation and training of student assets” of the all-Russian competition Leader 21 Century 2018
In 2019, the Open Chess Tournament “Cup of Georgy Konstantinovich Antonyuk” was held at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Kuban State University.From 1970 to the mid-2000s, Georgy Konstantinovich worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Theory of Functions, and during these years he participated (and won) in most chess tournaments held at KubSU and not only, and is generally recognized as the best chess player of KubSU in the 70s. This Tournament was opened by the dean of the Faculty of Physics and Computer Science, Sergey Pavlovich Grushevsky, in which teachers, students, alumni and guests of our university took part. The first winner of the Challenge Cup was Vladimir Olkhovich Vladimir, a graduate of Matfak 1978.The prize was presented to the winner by the President of the Krasnodar Chess Federation Georgy Semenovich Kupalyan, Chairman of the tournament organizing committee Professor Viktor Andreevich Lazarev and Deputy Dean for educational work of the Faculty of Physics and Computer Science Olga Grigorvna Borovik. A lot of preparatory work was done by Yaroslav Vladimirovich Korzh and members of the Student Council.
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Academic degree – candidate of pedagogical sciences
Associate Professor of the Department of Primary Philological Education named afterM.R. Lvova of the Institute of Childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University, curator of specialized programs at the Institute of Childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University. Author of over 30 scientific papers on modern methods of teaching Russian language and literature. The developer of the method of literary improvisation games.
Leading examiner of the Unified State Exam in Russian
Teaching disciplines: Russian language, literature
Specialty – “Russian language and literature”, qualification – teacher of Russian language and literature
Refresher courses (2019-2021)):
1) “Digital competence of a higher school teacher” – Moscow State Pedagogical University, 2019;
2) “Ensuring the quality of education of students with disabilities while receiving higher education” – Moscow State Pedagogical University, 2019;
3) “Metasubject approach in school teaching: a system of working with the Russian language in different subject areas” – Moscow State Pedagogical University, 2019;
4) “Modern technologies for teaching the discipline of speech practices” – Moscow State Pedagogical University, 2019;
5) “The training program for members of the subject commission during the state final certification for educational programs of secondary general education (GIA-11) in the Russian language in 2019” – Moscow Institute of Open Education, 2019;
6) “The training program for members of the subject commission during the state final certification for educational programs of secondary general education, involved in the work in the conflict commission in 2019” – Moscow Center for the Development of Human Resources in Education, 2019;
7) “Training of experts for work in the subject commission during the state final certification for educational programs of secondary general education (GIA-11) in the Russian language in 2020” – Moscow Center for Education Quality, 2020;
8) “First aid in the conditions of the educational process” – Moscow State Pedagogical University, 2020;
9) “Training of experts for work in the subject commission during the state final certification for educational programs of secondary general education in the city of Moscow (Russian language) – Moscow Center for the Quality of Education, 2021.