The Ministry of Education and Science has selected the 10 best university students who study in the areas of “Literature” and “Journalism”. Future writers and journalists live and study in Rostov, Tambov, Chelyabinsk, Kemerovo, Ufa, Arkhangelsk, Kursk and Belgorod.
The list of scholarship holders included: Vladislav Alekseenko from Rostov State Economic University, Kristina Bobrova and Elizaveta Semenova from Tambov State University named after Derzhavin, Arina Voroshilova from Chelyabinsk State University, Tatyana Davydova from Kemerovo State University, Aisylu Dautova from Bashkir State University Lomonosov University, Maria Nabatchikova from Kursk State University, Valeria Sushkova and Andrey Shilin from Belgorod State National Research University.
The fellows were selected through a competitive selection process. As the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science clarified, excellent and good students, authors of literary works and scientific articles, winners and prize-winners of Olympiads, competitions, competitions in the field of literature and journalism can apply for the Andrei Voznesensky scholarship.
Recall that the Andrei Voznesensky scholarship was established in 2012 by decree of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.