Prize winner of Petropolitan Science (Re)Search Open International Olympiad


April 25, 2024
RANEPA St. Petersburg student as a prize winner of Petropolitan Science (Re)Search Open International Olympiad

Maria Sakarinen, a fourth-year Bachelor’s student in Public and Municipal Administration as a young researcher in Sustainable Urban Development Training Unit was awarded by defending her research in the topic “Disfunction of economic and social development of St. Petersburg urban areas in the distribution of social benefits”.

Petropolitan Science (Re)Search is an Open International Olympiad for students and young professionals. Students and graduates of 400 universities of Russia and worldwide compete in 17 areas annually. St. Petersburg State University is the event organizer.

“Such competitions enable students to develop their creativity and scientific capacity and also encourage them to conduct research.”

Almira Muftakhova, Head of Sustainable Urban Development Training Unit, Faculty of Public and Municipal Administration

“I’m very happy, it’s an excellent outcome for my university. Receiving such an award is a very honorable achievement, which motivates me to forge ahead with research and practical work. I am grateful to my Faculty and my scientific supervisor for support and assistance in my development as a scientist and professional. I feel myself growing stronger for new achievements because this victory is the recognition of my work.”

Maria Sakarinen

We cordially congratulate Maria and wish much success in future!

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