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|Western Part||Jan-Feb, 2012|
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|Western Part||Feb, 2011|
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|Eastern Part Road Show||Apr, 2010|
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|Eastern Part Road Show||Sep, 2009|
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|Eastern Part Road Show||Oct, 2008|
|Eastern Part of Russia||Apr, 2008|
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|Eastern Part of Russia||Oct, 2007|
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|Western Part||Feb, 2007|
|Education Abroad in Russia||Sep, 2006|
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|Education in New Zealand||Apr, 2005|
|Education Abroad Exhibition||Mar, 2005|
|Education in Canada||Feb, 2005|
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|Education in Canada||Apr, 2002|
|New Zealand Education||Mar, 2002|
Eastern Leg of the SI Road Show 2014
Vladivostok » Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk » Yakutsk » Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy » Khabarovsk » Magadan » Ulan-Ude » Irkutsk » Novosibirsk » Tomsk » Barnaul
Students International is pleased to announce that the registration for the Eastern Leg of the SI Road Show 2014 is now opened!
We are happy to officially invite you become a part of this exciting event.
In the Eastern leg of Road Show 2014 you will have an opportunity to choose the most convenient option from 11 cities in Siberia and Russian Far East:
- Vladivostok is a port city on the Pacific coast of Russia, the main gate to Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand, Japan, South Korea and other Asian and Pacific countries and consequently it has achieved significant commercial relations with the countries named earlier. The population of the city consists of more than 1 000 000 people. The most developed industries in the city are ship building, fish and sea food industry, civil engineering. Vladivostok exports ships, sea food, ferrous metals abroad. Nowadays Vladivostok is preparing for a significant event that will take place in 2012. The city will host APEC Summit with leaders of foreign countries. Also, there is a US Visa Consulate in the city. The SI office in Vladivostok is one of the first offices founded as a representative one of SI in the Far Eastern region. Moreover, the SI office in Vladivostok is an official IELTS testing centre in Russia.
- Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk is one the most important cities located on the Sakhalin Island in the Far Eastern region of Russia. The population of the city is 200 000 people. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk there is a Head Office of the Holding "Sakhalin Energy", the biggest company of power engineering in the Eastern part of Russia. Being a region of rich oil and gas fields, Sakhalin contains a lot of international companies involved. The SI office in Sakhalin is one of the leading offices in Russia; the staff is well-trained and much experienced in recruitment of students, in conducting SI fairs and mostly in drawing on potential clients’ attention to the event.
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy is considered as the most faraway city which is located on Kamchatka peninsula, but from economic point of view it has a great importance for Russia. The population of the city is 195 000 people. Kamchatka has got the hugest coefficient of the fish and sea food industry in Russia. it is successfully exported to Japan, South Korea and China mostly. Also Kamchatka has unique natural resorts that attract more and more tourists from all over the world.
- Yakutsk is a city in the Russian Far East, located about 4° (450 kilometres) south of the Arctic Circle. It is the capital of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic (formerly the Yakut Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic), Russia and a major port on the Lena River. The city has a population of 210,642. The city has offices of many mining companies, including ALROSA, whose diamond mines in Yakutia account for about 20% of the world's rough diamond output
- Khabarovsk is often called "the capital city of Far East". It has the population of 600 000 people. The most developing industries in the city and in Khabarovsk region are chemical engineering, ship building. It is also a city through which Russia gets most of products and items imported from China. There is a big international airport in the city carrying out convenient flights, for instance, to Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand via Seoul, Korea. There are more than 20 Universities in Khabarovsk. SI Khabarovsk office has been working more than 10 years. Moreover, the SI Khabarovsk office has been enlarged in staff number due to a growing number of students willing to study abroad. Traditionally, SI students from Khabarovsk sent for studies abroad assist in educational fairs sharing their great experience with potential students.
- Novosibirsk is the third most populous city in Russia after Moscow and St. Petersburg and the most populous city in Asian Russia, with a population of 1,473,754 (2010 Census). It is theadministrative center of Novosibirsk Oblast as well as of Siberian Federal District. Novosibirsk is a large industrial center. The industrial complex consists of 214 large and average sized industrial enterprises. These produce more than two thirds of all industrial output of the Novosibirsk region. Leading industries are the electric power industry, gas supply, water supply, metallurgy, metal working, and mechanical engineering.
- Ulan-Ude is the capital of Buryatia (an administrative republic in Russia) and has the population of 373 000 people, it's a one of the biggest cities of Siberia region in Russia. High economic results of the city have been obtained with the development of forestry industry, power engineering and mostly of gold and other minerals extraction and process industry. Also, the state project of Recreation Area on the lakeshore of Baikal is being conducted by local government and looks very attractive for further economic development of the city. We have been conducting educational fairs in Ulan-Ude for more than 7 years and we always fix the biggest number of visitors in comparison with other cities.
- Irkutsk is one of the economically important cities in Siberian region of Russia. With the population of 600 000 people it is one of the biggest cities and moreover a very important place of commercial relations with China. The most developing sectors of industry in the city are manufacturing of transports and food industry. Moreover, Irkutsk is an educational centre of Eastern Siberia with a great amount of higher educational institutions. Finally, the city is known for its vast resort area on the lakeshore of Baikal that is becoming more popular among foreign tourists. In the city we have one of the oldest representative offices of SI with a well-trained staff. The annual increase in recruited students in Irkutsk has shown a dynamic development of the office activity and a great importance of conducting an educational fair in the city.
- Magadan is a port city on the North Eastern part of Russia with the population of more than 100 000 people. The chief sectors of city industry are fishery and the gold extraction and process industry. With the help of the SI representative office in Magadan we have been conducting fairs for 3 years. The event has already proved to be very efficient on the topic of a rising number of students from the city. The staff of the office always takes an active part in SI trainings for agents and successfully recruits students for academic programs and language courses abroad.
- Tomsk is a university town. Today Tomsk has a population of around 500,000, of which every sixth person is a student, coming from all over Siberia, Central Asia and even the European part of Russia. Due to this fact, Tomsk probably has a bigger proportion of foreign language speakers than any other Siberian city.
- Barnaul was founded in the XVIII century as a center of silver and copper mining, and has a population of over 600,000.Barnaul is an important industrial center of Western Siberia. There are more than 100 industrial enterprises in the city, employing approximately 120 thousand people. Leading industries in the city work with diesel and carbon processing.
The cost of participation includes rent of exhibition venues, accommodation in hotels (single room, B&B), SI Gala Dinner in each city, airport transfers, interpreting and advertisement.
The participation costs in each city are (in EURO):
- Vladivostok - 1810 euro
- Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - 1190 euro
- Yakutsk - 1310 euro
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy - 1190 euro
- Khabarovsk - 1550 euro
- Magadan - 1190 euro
- Ulan-Ude - 1190 euro
- Irkutsk - 1290 euro
- Novosibirsk - 1400 euro
- Tomsk - 1150 euro
- Barnaul - 1040 euro
The approximate costs of transportation between the cities are as follows:
Vladivostok - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - 120 EUR
Vladivostok - Yakutsk - 250 EUR
Vladivostok - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy - 180 EUR
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Khabarovsk - 90 EUR
Yakutsk - Khabarovsk - 270 EUR
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy - Khabarovsk - 160 EUR
Khabarovsk - Magadan - 160 EUR
Khabarovsk - Irkutsk - 230 EUR
Khabarovsk - Novosibirsk - 250 EUR
Magadan - Khabarovsk - 160 EUR
Magadan - Novosibirsk - 340 EUR
Please also note that there are such participation options as unmanned stands and second participant. The costs of these options can be negotiated individually.
We expect high interest and good attendance numbers from potential students, and believe that your participation will be rewarding and enjoyable.
We would be extremely grateful if you could return the fully and carefuly completed registration form by no later than February 15th, 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of Natalia Zhdanikova, Event Coordinator. Application forms received after February 15, 2014 will be concidered on the basis of spots availability.
We look forward to seeing you at our Road Show Trips.
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