We enter SWSU through Instagram
Yesterday, the Southwest State University awarded the finalists and winners of the Instagram contest #postupayuvyuzgu. Graduates of schools of the Kursk region and some other regions of Russia competed for valuable prizes and certificates for the provision of benefits by the institution.
To participate in the competition it was enough to put in your profile photo, reflecting entering SWSU idea and put the hashtag #postupayuvyuzgu. After that, to connect the work of the organizing committee, every week, the jury chose the most vivid, funny, interesting, expressive photos. They put them in a group of the selection committee of SWSU in "Vkontakte". Then the social network users were to select the best three photos, which fell in the finals.
Within a month, the students fought for the victory. The total of 50 applications and only 9 guys have been in the final. The pictures were very different: selfies, reportage and genre photos, still life. Each photo has turned to be special and interesting.
The users of social network "VKontakte" chose the winners - the best three photographs:
Anastasia Kurochkin, a graduate of "Grammar school №44»
Karina Rednikova, "Lyubimov" School
Diana Gilmutdinova, School №59.
All finalists received certificates for the provision of 1 extra point for admission to SWSU, the winners got diplomas in 2 additional points, and also increased their future scholarships for the first semester. Non-resident students were presented certificates for the provision of superior dormitory room.
"How NOT to worry on the exam?", "How many points do you need to do?" "What profession has a better chance of passage in the budget?", "Has SWSU got sports direction?", "Who did you dream to become in childhood?", - these questions guys asked to Alexey Pihtin, Vice President for Information and Enrollment of SWSU.
The award turned out to be very unusual. Instead of fanfare and solemn ceremony, it was the peace of a tea party with the competition organizers. This cpmpetition is going to become annual.
Catherine GMYRAK, press service of SWSUPhotos by Angelina Lebedev