Two months before the main youth economic event in the Ural region - the XI Eurasian Economic Youth Forum "Russia and Regions of the World: the Embodiment of Ideas and Economy of Opportunities"- its preparation is in full swing. Its chief coordinator is Roman Krasnov, USUE Vice-rector for social work. Much has already been done, however, when organizing a many-thousands event, it is important to work out every detail.  

  At the last meeting on EEYF-2021, the heads of the University structural units and the organizers of congresses and competitions discussed the scenario of the plenary session, the Friendship Ball, and the social program of the forum, as well as the terms for the participation of competition program finalists, and meeting and accommodation of foreign guests and participants of the upcoming event.

More than 1,700 students, schoolers, and young researchers have already registered for XI EEYF to be held at USUE from April 20 to 23. Among the honorary guests of the forum, there are the rectors of 31 universities of Russia and former CIS countries and 20 ambassadors of foreign states.

The EEYF organizers have planned 42 contests of scientific papers within six thematic congresses: those of economists, innovators, financiers, service technologies, schoolchildren, and strategists. The forum will also host public lectures from the expert community and sports and cultural events.

 The Eurasian Economic Youth Forum is annually held at USUE with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs, the Administration of the Governor and the Government of the Sverdlovsk Region, the Free Economic Society of Russia, Moscow State University, Moscow State Institute of International Relations run by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia,  Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of the Republic of Crimea, the Ural Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Regional Foundation for Support of Eurasian Youth Initiatives.