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On Sunday, December 2, 2018, Kaliningrad State Technical University opened the doors for applicants. Since last year, this traditional career guidance event has been held at the end of the calendar year. The goal is to introduce potential students to the opportunities that the university offers. The event began with the welcoming speech of the vice-rector for research Natalia Kostrikova. On behalf of the university administrative authorities, she expressed her gratitude to the audience for their readiness to spend their day-off within the university walls.
On November 23, the university hosted a traditional evening dedicated to International Student’s Day. This holiday brought together students of different nationalities from foreign countries, studying at KSTU and BFFSA, and those who work with them: employees of the International Relations Office, teachers of the Russian Language Department, campus employees. The participants enthusiastically told about their countries, danced, sang songs and read poems about their homeland, their family, love, everything that concerns young people of the whole planet.
On November 2, 2018, a delegation of the university complex of KSTU, headed by V.A. Volkogon took part in the "get-real" meeting of the "Innopraktika" company and the Government of the Kaliningrad region. The event was attended by the representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, National Intellectual Development Fund (Innopraktika), Interdepartmental Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation, есt.
On October 24, a delegation of KSTU headed by the rector V.A. Volkogon visited the fish-processing complex of the group of companies "Za Rodinu"(For the Motherland).  This fish factory is one of the largest fish-processing enterprises in the Kaliningrad region. For more than seven decades, the company has been engaged in fishing, canned food and preserves, smoking, drying and freezing fish. The University and this fish-processing complex are bound by long-term partnerships. So far, an agreement has been concluded on cooperation arrangements in the field of personnel training and retraining, as well as scientific and technical development of the fish-processing complex "Za Rodinu".
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