Future@MGIMO Fourth Industrial Revolution Conference

Apply for Future@MGIMO Conference

Future@MGIMO is a youth-led conference that mainly focuses on the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The upcoming changes will affect all spheres of life including education, the economy, finance, society, and cyber-security.

The Future@MGIMO conference will bring 200 youth activists together to brainstorm and to implement new ideas.

The conference will allow youth leaders to enrich their skills and learn first-hand information about future jobs and professions.

Not only will the participants be able to build strong professional bonds, but they will also receive qualified feedback from leading experts.

During the two-day conference participants will attend panel discussions with leading experts from:

  • Yandex Data Factory banks,
  • the Innopolis University,
  • Acronis Russia, and many other.

Main criteria

  • Candidates must be undergraduate or graduate students as well as high school students;
  • Being a representative of an organization is an advantage but is not the main criterion;
  • Knowledge of Russian languages, as the official language of the conference is Russian.

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

In order to participate, candidates should fill out the form and provide information about their previous experience in participating in such events as well as write a letter of motivation.

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