Student communities subordinate to the Students' Board of VSU.
Deputy Head – Alina A. SEMENKO
Phone: +7 910 240-10-08
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The Joint Students' Board of VSU is a joint board that coordinates various student communities at VSU, determines the main areas for the development of extracurricular activities at VSU, and provides for the effective development of the university’s student communities.
Head – Ekaterina I. PAVELIEVA
The board coordinates the activities of the students’ boards of 17 faculties of Voronezh State University. It aims to ensure cooperation between the students’ boards and helps to protect the rights and interests of students.
Head – Tatiana V. TUPOTA
Kacheli is involved in promoting the blood donor movement in Voronezh. They maintain a common database of secondary donors for a continuous inflow of blood at blood donor stations and organise regular donor events at Voronezh universities.
Members of the club take part in environmental, social, charitable, cultural, and educational events, and coordinate volunteers at various local, regional, and national events. If you have some spare time and are eager to spend it on a good course, you are welcome to join us!
The Volunteer Club also incorporates the Volontery Pobedy community centre. Volontery Pobedy (Volunteers of Victory) is a non-commercial all-Russian public movement. It helps war veterans, maintains monuments and commemorative sights, and organises patriotic events and games. Members of the organisation are proud of the past, cherish the present, and look towards the future.
Head – Alexey PROSHIN
Phone: +7 952 559-73-14
The club is committed to the development of intelligence and creativity among the youth by organising and holding various intellectual tournaments and training sessions for the general public.
Members of the clinic render free legal assistance to citizens, such as legal consulting, assistance with legal documents, and legal representation as well as raising the legal awareness of the public.
Russian Student Teams is an all-Russian public youth organization. It is a self-regulating public volunteer organisation created on the initiative of the Russian citizens with similar interests in order to achieve common goals.
The goal of the organisation is to provide part-time jobs to students from Voronezh State University who want to work in various economic areas during their free time.
The tournament is a platform where talented science students can find internships and employment. The participants are required to solve practical science problems given to them in advance and then present their solutions and justify them at a scientific debate. Some of the problems are suggested by partner organisations which are potential employers. In 2016, the tournament gained federal status and included four regional qualifying rounds in four federal districts of the Russian Federation. The final stage is held at VSU. The Tournament is now held in 8 federal districts with the participation of international teams.
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The centre organises sports and tourism competitions, hiking tours, and camping trips, as well as training sessions on surviving in extreme conditions, instructor training, and instructor's positions in the Voronezh Region, Russia, and all over the world.
The club promotes a healthy lifestyle and recreational sports, improves the image of people doing sports, and develops socially active, healthy, fit, and honest young people.
Buddy Club VSU is aimed at developing cultural exchanges between Russian students and international students who come to VSU on student's exchange programmes. One of the major goals of Buddy Club’s volunteers is to help foreign students adapt to a new social and cultural environment. All international students are supervised by curators who help them solve various everyday problems and provide social guidance.
Our club provides students with the opportunity to communicate with people from all over the world. Every semester, VSU welcomes students from France, the USA, the UK, Germany, Spain, China, and other countries. By helping them, Voronezh students get a great opportunity to practice foreign languages. The organisers of Buddy Club hold themed cinema club sessions, cooking master classes, guided tours, and parties during which they try to break popular stereotypes about Russia and to contribute to the favourable vision of our country.
The cybersports club develops and promotes esports among students at Voronezh State University. It also organises themed events and tournaments in various disciplines.
NastolKings is a community that promotes board games of various genres and complexity among VSU students. Originally, the goal of the club was to search for other players. NastolKings now recruits permanent representatives from different faculties with different interests and game experiences and informally introduce them to each other and new games. In addition to standard meetings, they hold themed events and board game tournaments.
17to8 is a theatre company where any creative person can find an activity to their liking. The organisation produces performances in all contemporary genres. We promote the unity of VSU regardless of the faculty a student has chosen. We are united both by a common cause and common values and all the people in the team make up a family in which every member is important and of value.
The students of VSU traditionally take part in the following events:
the Initiation Ceremony held in autumn by all 18 Faculties;
the "First-year Student" annual festival – a competition between faculties, where new students show their talents;
the "Students' Spring" annual festival – a competition between faculties, in which any VSU student can take part.
The VSU students also take part in the "Students' Spring in the Voronezh Region" festival. At the last two festivals our team won grand prizes for over half the nominations.
Since 2012 our students have been taking part in the festival "Russian Students' Spring", and have won special prizes.
In May 2014 the organising committee of the "Russian Students' Spring" festival gave an award to the rector Dmitry Yendovitsky for promoting students' activities and supporting youth social initiatives.
On the 22–26th April, 2014, the VII Festival of the Russian Language for International Students in Russia took place. It was organized by the VSU International Education Institute with help from the Russky Mir Foundation and the Russian Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature (ROPRYAL). The Festival is an event of national significance. It helps Russia to establish and develop cultural dialogue with other countries.
The Opening Ceremony was held on the 22nd of April at VSU Concert Hall. During the ceremony all the participants made presentations of their universities and cites. In the following three days, the contestants demonstrated their knowledge of the Russian language. The results were announced at the closing concert with performances from the winners, and various artistic teams of Voronezh.
On 3rd December, 2014, a gala concert of the international song and dance festival “Let Us All Join Hands” took place in the Voronezh circus building. This was the 11th event organized by the VSU Institute of International Education in collaboration with the City Department of Culture, and held under the motto “For international understanding, against racism and violence”.
This year, the Festival brought together over six hundred participants – international students from Voronezh universities, the representatives of national diasporas, and performing groups from all over the country, with a repertoire of various international songs and dances.
During the first two rounds, the participants presented over one hundred and fifty performances to the panel of judges. On top of that, exhibitions of decorative and applied artworks took place in local study centres, tourist companies, and language schools, as part of the Festival.
The traditional gala concert featuring a diverse programme included the best performances and became a bright and impressive conclusion to the Festival. The national songs and dances of various countries presented by solo performers and bands won over the audience with their amazing sincerity and ingenuity.
We are really proud of our students. We are happy for them when they reach their goals.