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Source: Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Minister of Science and Higher Education of Russia Valery Falkov

Tatyana’s Day in our country has always been celebrated with soul and on a grand scale. This fun and noisy holiday reminds us of the age-old traditions of student fraternity and energizes young people for the whole year.

Student life is a wonderful time. A time when all roads are open.

Everything that is being done today in terms of the development of higher education is ultimately being done for you.

The process of improving the national higher education system has started successfully. Advanced engineering schools and youth laboratories are being created throughout the country, programs to support youth startups and creative competitions are being developed.

We are truly proud of our students who have already achieved success. Young scientists and participants in a special military operation, technological entrepreneurs and talented cultural figures.

Students are our vanguard. Thanks to students, Russia always remains young, courageous and forward-looking. A real land of opportunity, for which there are no barriers.

Remember this and spare no effort to learn. Learn to be friends, learn to love, learn to follow your calling. Learn the best from the best, be truly greedy for knowledge – and you will certainly get your lucky ticket in life!

Happy holiday, dear friends!

V. N. Falkov

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