The orientation week is an introduction to university's news, developments, key departments and offices every student should know about.

– Five institutes within five days, – representatives of the Student Center commented on the event. – The introduction course will involve students to have got familiar with research and international activity at YUSU as well as with cultural, leisure and sport events, volunteering and creative work.

YUSU leaders and officers welcomed the freshmen, with Oksana Gololobova and Elena Telitsyna of International Office to tell about students' opportunities in terms of the university's cooperation with partner institutions abroad, exchange programs and learning English at YUSU-based language center CLEVER, followed by Anna Zmanovskaya, Youth Research Office, who inspired young people to new achivements appealing to considerable benefits for young researchers. Newly-elected president of the Student Board Anna Panasenko was pleased to invite everyone to join a great variety of student communities.   

The freshmen also visited university's sport facilities to learn about sport clubs available at the premises and art studios, creative workshops.

– I have always felt certain the orientation week is of crucial importance. Because one morning is pretty much enough to get a brief profile of what is going on in the university. We have so many newcomers this year and I am very glad that all of them are interested in what we are telling them. These past five days have become the days when many people have asked of particular events, and options for participation or assistance. It is a pleasure to realize these young activists have joined us this year - Anna Panasenko, President of the Student Board said. 

English version by Azat Garipov.
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