Student Day in Russia


Rector R.K. Nizamov: “Being a student is very cool! Congratulations, dear friends!

January 25 is the Day of Russian Students. Historically, it so happened that on that same day, back in 1755 on January 25, the Russian Empress Elizaveta signed a decree "On the Establishment of Moscow University", and January 25 became the official university day (at that time it was called "the day of foundation of the Moscow University). In Russia, back in the last century, Student's Day became a cheerful and noisy holiday for the student community.

Rector Prof. Rashit Nizamov: "I congratulate all students, teachers and staff of our University on this joyful and eternally young holiday - the Day of Russian Students!

The Day of Russian Students is celebrated in Russia annually on January 25 in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of January 25, 2005, and in 2007, according to federal law, it was included in the list of memorable dates in Russia. But the holiday has been leading its history and traditions since the 18th century.

Being a student means youth of soul and body, activity, optimism, thirst for knowledge, search for discoveries and, of course, new friends, unforgettable impressions for life! Being a student is great!

I wish all the KSUAE students good health, prosperity, love and happiness! And for today's students - confidence in the successful exam session, the favor of teachers, the achievement of goals!

Happy Russian Student Day! Congratulations, dear friends!"

The News is submitted by International Relations Dept of the University.