The results of the All-Russian Student Forum “Your Move” have been summed up.


The closing ceremony of the All-Russian Student Forum “Your Move” took place in Moscow, at which the winners of the competition of the same name were named. Each of the winners received 1 million rubles.

The competition “Your move” was held within the framework of the All-Russian forum in three directions. The track “Defining” was attended by the authors of ideas on changing the environment in universities, in the track “Creating” – those who want to influence what happens in the project “Your move” and are ready to co-design it together with mentors; the track “I’m doing” brought together students who are already implementing their projects in universities where they study. As reported online edition “Teacher’s Newspaper”, in the second season of the competition not only university students, but also students of the 11th grade, final year students of secondary vocational education organizations will be able to take part.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the participants of the competition formed an individual trajectory of professional development and improved their skills in their own or new specialty. Mentors and experts from different regions of Russia helped them to implement the project. The winners of the “I Do” track at the closing ceremony of the “Your Move” forum were awarded by the First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation Sergey Kiriyenko and the Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation Valery Falkov. In this track, students of 1–3 years of undergraduate, 1st year of master’s and students of grade 11 of the school presented their projects. All winners received prizes of 1 million rubles.

More than 5,000 students, rectors and vice-rectors of universities from all regions of the country took part in the Your Move 2022 forum. Among the topics discussed at the forum were the program of Russia’s national priorities and the role of students in their implementation, the development of an updated model of student self-government, the concept of a national brand that will unite all student communities in Russia.