ТОП 10:

Application Packet Review Process

The Presidential Training Initiative evaluates the applications on the basis of professional or academic achievement, quality of thought exemplified in the cover letter, and the strength of the candidate's interest in improving his or her competency.

Additionally, only completed application packets are evaluated. Selected packets are then forwarded to the FRC Officer, who reviews the application packets for legal, regulatory and programme requirements. Then students are contacted by the Presidential Training Initiative Committee to confirm an interview dates.

The following dates are available now:

Siberia (Altai, Kemerovo, Omsk, Tomsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk)

9.11.20…- 22.12.20…

Sectors of high priority:

· power engineering (oil, gas, coal industry; energy saving technologies);

· metallurgy;

· construction;

· sewage and drainage systems;

· agriculture;

· aerospace;

· chemical industry;

· medicine and pharmaceutical industry;

· treatment of industrial wastes;

· transport and logistics;

· IT.

Siberian regions are also interested in representatives of educational institutions and tourism industry firms.

Projects Groups

· IT according to the following topics: Information security, IT management, Networking, Software project management.

· Innovative construction technologies according to the following topics: Innovative and energy-efficient technologies, Renewable energy sources, “Green” technologies.

· Global economic issues according to the following topics: Benchmarking,

· Management according to the following topics: International logistics; Multimodal transport; Management for industry; HR development.

· Innovations for rail transport according to the following topics: Railway track, Motive power, Security on railways, Transportation of dangerous goods.

· New technologies for bridges and tunnels.

· Comprehensive mechanisation in the transportation industry: new materials and equipment.


Stages of competition

1. Written project description (1 page A4 format, Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.5, 2 cm)*

2. Interview (including self-presentation)

3. Presentation of a project (5 minute speech)

Score – 100 %

Written project description – 25%

Interview – 10 %

Report on a project – 65 %



· The name of the project;

· Information about the project manager (name and position);

· Brief description of the project (please indicate its purpose and tasks, results of its implementation, problems you hope to solve during the process of implementation);

· Resources required;

· Participant’s aims within the project;

· Internship grounds and aims.

Exercise 2. Your friend also wants to join the Programme. Translate this letter into Russian for him.


Exercise 1. A resume is a list of information about a person. You may use it to be considered for the Programme. Read the passage below and find the main idea of it among the following sentences:

1) A resume always includes a description of your career objectives.

2) A resume might look simple, but it takes a lot of work to prepare a good one.

3) In a resume, you organise information into several different categories.

4) Personal data includes your phone number.

A Resume

A resume is a list of information about you. It shows your qualifications to prospective employers. Qualifications are skills or talents. A resume needs to be neat, clean, well-organized, and attractive. You need to organize your resume into categories (or groups) of information. Categories make a resume easy to read. Your resume also needs to be short. It is usually only one or two pages. Resumes might look simple, but you must work hard to create one that will help you to get your ideal job.

A resume always includes personal data (facts about you), your career objective (the kind of job you want), your work experience, any special skills or abilities, your education, and references.

Personal data – the first section of a resume – means your name, mailing address, and telephone number. Put this information in a prominent place, at the top of the resume. You do not have to include your sex, age, weight, height, marital status, or Social Security number.

Career objective comes next. In this section, describe your career objective, or the kind of job you want.

Work experience can include jobs you have had. List the most recent jobs first. Also, include the length of time you worked and your job title or the type of work that you did. If you do not have any job experience yet, do not worry. Just go the next section: education.

Education section starts with the highest level of education that you have completed. List your degree(s), your major (or the most important courses that you took), and the name of your school, college, or university. It can also include job-training courses.

In special skills section, list your special skills. For example, you might speak about a second language or languages. You might know certain computer programs (software or hardware). In additional information section you may note your personal interests (Do you play sports? Do you have hobbies? Do you do volunteer work?). These skills may be important in a particular job.

Adapted from the authors’ lectures by Sarah Lindeman, Novosibirsk State University


Did you know? In Britain, a brief written account of your personal details, your education, and the jobs you have had is called a CV. You can send a CV when you are applying for a job. CV is an abbreviation for ‘curriculum vitae’. It is typically sent with a job application. In America, we use a resume.  

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