Inginirium BMSTU and Rossotrudnichestvo to Hold New Year’s Parties at Foreign Schools
On 11-20 January, the team of Inginirium BMSTU technopark jointly with Rossotrudnichestvo will hold New Year’s parties for junior students of schools abroad.
The festive events will be hosted by the Russian centres of science and culture in Milan, Paris, Bucharest, Sofia, Brussels and Belgrade. Members of the Inginirium’s parties will take part in the master classes. The children will make New Year’s toys with the aid of additive technology and construct a shining New Year’s tree. Moreover, young researchers will delve into the universe of augmented reality (AR) and get their own hand-made gifts.
“The children here are taught using the innovative proprietary methods that go beyond the classical school education, plus these practices are being transferred abroad. More than 40 countries have learned about children’s technoparks due to the Young Engineer Course online programme, and in the New Year’s holidays several hundreds of children managed to personally partake in its events. We are truly proud of children’s technoparks and are confident that both the regions and other nations will adapt the experience of Moscow,” says Alexey Fursin, Head of the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development.
The mission of Rossotrudnichestvo is to secure Russian geopolitical interests by promoting cultural exchange, education and new technologies as well as to build strong relations and cooperation worldwide at the highest level of professionalism, efficiency and sustainability. The events are held as part of the federal project Human Resources for Digital Economy in line with the national programme Digital Economy of the Russian Federation.