Russia is hosting the BRICS International School Online

International 11 September 2020

Within the framework of the Russian BRICS Chairmanship in 2020, the BRICS International School and the Сontest for BRICS young leaders are merged to identify the most promising projects and research papers to enhance practical cooperation among youth from BRICS countries and beyond. Authors of the best projects and research papers will be invited to take part in the BRICS International School (online) on October 5-10, 2020. The final results of the Contest will be announced during the closing ceremony.

The BRICS International School is a unique scientific and educational program aimed at training young experts specializing in BRICS studies in political, economic, humanitarian fields and other relevant areas of interaction within the five countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. Organizer – National Committee on BRICS Research, Russia.

Participants of the programme will be offered a range of specially developed comprehensive course by top Russian and international experts. The School will allow participants to broaden their professional horizons, develop communication skills, and study specifics of cooperation among the BRICS countries – their positions on the global arena, prospects of institutionalization of the BRICS format, goals and priorities of the grouping for the future.

Young diplomats, scientists, journalists, entrepreneurs, Bachelor’s and Master’s students as well as post-graduates from Russia, Brazil, India, China, South Africa, the CIS countries, Europe and Asia, aged from 18 to 35, are invited to join this programme.

Deadline for applications – September 25, 2020.

BRICS Law Journal, founded by University of Tyumen, will be joining the event as an informational partner for the BRICS School and the Сontest for BRICS young leaders.

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The BRICS Law Journal is registered in the Russian Federation. It is indexed by international agencies, including the international research base HeinOnline having access to 1,700 libraries, 40,000 subscribers in 175 countries. The journal is published in strict accordance with the requirements of Scopus and Web of Science, which indexation is a key indicator of the international rating agencies. 

 Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications


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