There will be more competitions!

A meeting of the organizing committee of the 14th Eurasian Economic Youth Forum took place at USUE . The organizing committee includes representatives of USUE college and institutes, and several offices of the university.

“The 14th EEYF will become even huger and more representative event than the forum- 2023. It will gather even more guests, including foreign ones. Great responsibility rests with us - the EEYF must be held at a high level, just like previous forums,” said Roman Krasnov, USUE acting rector, chair of the Organizing Committee of the 14th EEYF.

At the meeting of the organizing committee, they discussed EEYF congresses. Just as in previous years, there will be 6 congresses: Congress of Schoolchildren, Congress of Innovators, Congress of Management and Law, Congress of Economists and Financiers, Congress of Entrepreneurship and Engineering, and Congress of Strategists. New competitions will be added as part of the congresses. One more competition will be held within the Congress of Strategists, Congress of Management and Law, and Congress of Entrepreneurship and Engineering, and two more - within the Congress of Economists and Financiers. All in all, the organizers have planned almost 50 competitions and Olympiads.

They will hold the 14th Eurasian Economic Youth Forum at USUE from April 22 to April 26, 2024. The Forum is a launching pad for the career and personal growth of young people in science, project activities and entrepreneurship, for the realization of their creative potential.

The 13th Eurasian Economic Youth Forum devoted to Multipolar World in Focus of New Reality was held from April 24 to April 28, 2023. It involved the participation of over 12,000 people from 79 regions in Russia and 107 countries globally. Regional and national rounds of the forum took place at universities in Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok and abroad - in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. The 13th EEYF became the largest in the forum's history.