Representatives of North Caucasus Federal University – Head of Office for Vocational Guidance and Academic Contests Arrangement, Nadezhda Slivina and Director of Lyceum of NCFU for gifted children Irina Asmanova visited KFU in the period from 13 to 15 of May.
In the framework of visit they participated in round table devoted to Exchange of work experience with gifted pupils. Kazan University was presented by Counselor to Rector, Director of Office for Pre-University, General and Pedagogical Education, Lyudmilla Nugumanova, Director of Training and Methodic Centre of Testing and Preparation to State Unified Examination, Sergey Ionenko and others.
Lyudmila Nugumanova introduced to guests system of work with gifted pupils in Kazan University, Sergey Ionenko told about work of centre, textbooks for prepairing to SUE and projects (webinars, Internet-forum, Internet- testing, etc.).
Guests were interested in organization of vocational guidance work with pupils, applicants and electronic filing of documents for admission to KFU.
In order to explore and exchange experience in operation of educational institutions for gifted children, the delegation visited IT- Lyceum and Nikolai Lobachevsky Lyceum. In IT- boarding school there was also held a round table to discuss issues of competitive selection of talented youth, organization of educational and research activities of lyceum students, provision of supplemental educational services, etc.
During his visit to Nikolai Lobachevsky Lyceum the guests were shown videos about Lyceum history, Pushkin Ball, student social projects. Representatives of SCFU got acquainted with organization of the educational process and project activities in Lyceum and attended some classes.
During the meeting the parties discussed prospects of possible scientific and educational cooperation between the two federal universities: Kazan University and the North Caucasus University.
Besides, the representatives of North Caucasus Federal University learnt history of the University and visited the planetarium at the Astronomical Observatory named after Engelhardt.