competition for Russian educational institutions to be selected as Volunteer Centers

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Ñompetition for Russian educational institutions to be selected as Volunteer Centers for the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games

 

26 educational institutions – 25 universities and one college – have been successful in their bids to become organization and performance centers for volunteers in the run-up to the XXII Olympic Winter and XI Paralympic Winter Games of 2014 in Sochi. The contest was organized by the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee with the support of the Russian Ministry of Sport, Tourism & Youth Policy and the Ministry of Education and Science.

 

Bids for the “Russian Volunteer Centers” contest were judged in 11 individual areas: Transport, Medicine, Doping control, Team and Delegation Services, Protocol and Language Services, Technology, Ceremonies, Communications and Press Operations, Administration Management and Accreditation, Services, Event Services and Paralympic Integration. The contest received 126 bids from 51 higher and 9 further specialist educational institutions from all regions of the Russian Federation. The overall leader in terms of bid numbers was the Krasnodar Region, with Moscow and Saint Petersburg coming in second and third place.

Winners of “Russian Volunteer Centers” contest:

  1. Bashkir State Medical University (BSMU) — “Medicine”;
  2. Vladivostok State University of Economics and Services (VSUES) — “Services”;
  3. Volgograd State University (VolSU) — “Administration Management and Accreditation”;
  4. Kazan State Technical University named after A.N.Tupolev (Tupolev KSTU (KAI)) — “Technology” and “Ceremonies”;
  5. Kuban State Agrarian University (KubSAU) — “Ceremonies”;
  6. Kuban State Medical University (KubSMU) — “Medicine” and “Doping Control”;
  7. Kuban State University of Technology (KubSUT) — “Technologies”;
  8. Kuban State University (KubSU) — “Team and Delegation Services, Protocol, and Language services” and “Communications and Press Operations”;
  9. Kuban State University of Physical Education, Sport and Tourism (KSUPhEST) — “Services”;
  10. Moscow University of Industry and Finance (MUIF) — “Team and Delegation Services, Protocol, and Language services” and “Ceremonies”;
  11. The Moscow State Automobile & Technical University (ÌÀDI (STU)) — “Transport”;
  12. The Moscow State Humanitarian University named after M.A. Sholokhov (MGGU named after M.A. Sholokhov) — “Paralympic Integration”;
  13. Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) (MGIMO) — “Team and Delegation Services, Protocol, and Language services”;
  14. Novorossiysk College of Building and Economics (NCBE) — “Services”;
  15. Omsk State Transport University (OSTU) — “Transport”;
  16. I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (MSMU) — “Doping Control”;
  17. Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University (PSLU) — “Team and Delegation Services, Protocol, and Language services”, “Communications and Press Operations” and “Administration Management and Accreditation”;
  18. Russian State Social University (RSSU) — “Paralympic integration”;
  19. Russian State University of Tourism and Service (RSUTS) — “Event Services”;
  20. Saint-Petersburg State University of Service and Economics (SUSE) — “Services”;
  21. North Arctic Federal University (NARFU) — “Transport”;
  22. Sochi State University of Tourism and Recreation (SUTR) — “Services”;
  23. Tver State University (TvSU) — “Communications and Press Operations”, “Administration Management and Accreditation” and “Event Services”;
  24. Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) — “Technologies”;
  25. Yugra State University (YuSU) — “Event Services”;
  26. South Russian State Technical University (Novocherkassk Polytechnic Institute) (SRSTU (NPI)) — “Transport”.
 
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