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International Conference of Young Scientists Olbian Forum 2011 held in Mykolaiv
08:58 / 30.05.2011

MYKOLAIV, MAY 30th, 2011, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE — 27—29 May, Mykolaiv State Black-Sea University was holding International Conference of Young Scientists Olbian Forum 2011, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

The agency has been informed about it today, 30 May, at the press service of Mykolaiv State Black-Sea University.

According to their information, the University has been holding the Form for the past 10 years. The theme of this year's conference is “The World Crisis: Manifestations, Consequences and Ways of Overcoming.”

The conference brought together 150 young scientists. BSU Rector Leonid Klimenko said that studying in the University in general, and the participation in this conference in particular, is an excellent starting point for beginning a successful career. The Olbian Forum was invented by the students themselves. Each participant has the right to publish their scientific work in the book Students’ Academic Studies. The conference programme includes a range of activities: from the plenary session to interactive communication between the participants.

The Conference participants had the opportunity to become acquainted with the exhibition of banking and insurance services, organized by the leading companies of the region. But first of all, the exhibitors were interested in new professional staff to be produced by the Black Sea State University. Potential employers were willing to offer internships and work graduates on the most favourable terms.

Also, young scientists had a chance to participate in specialized seminars on: Banking Innovations in Crisis and Development of the Insurance Market in Ukraine. Each participant received a Certificate. Then, there were scientific reports of the participants presented in accordance with various sections were.

On the second day of the forum the participants, divided into teams, were able to use their own knowledge in real life situations.