The EAEU will train specialized personnel to strengthen Eurasian integration
29 October 2022
In Russia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus, a consortium of universities will be created, which will direct its activities to the training of future specialized personnel. Adviser to the Chairman of the EEC Board Vladimir Kovalev spoke about this initiative during his speech to students and teachers of MGIMO of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
According to the Eurasian Economic Commission, as a prospect, the consortium will be able to become a base that will bring together specialists involved in the Eurasian theme in the state administration bodies of the EAEU countries, as well as those who want to further realize their potential within the EEC. The learning process will be based on a project-based approach with the involvement of practitioners from the Commission. Students will be given the opportunity to undergo internships in specialized organizations, and graduation projects will be dedicated to the current agenda of the EAEU.
– We consider it rational that new areas of integration should be born not in government offices, but in professional communities, academic classrooms and student co-working spaces. We would like to captivate young people with the Eurasian theme, thereby making our Union a natural and comfortable environment for life and personal development,” the Advisor to the Chairman emphasized.