12 April 2013
Celebrating 52nd Anniversary of FIRST Manned Flight into SPACE! Yuriy Gagarin!
Dear friends, 52 years back on 12 April 1961 at 9:07 a.m. (Moscow time), Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was launched from Baikonur, in the Kazakh SSR on the Vostok 1 rocket, and became the first human being to go into outer space. Gagarin made one orbit of the Earth before re-entering, and landed at 10:55 a.m., 15 miles southwest of the city of Engels in Russia's Saratov Oblast.
To celebrate this Great day EEUA announce special proposition for students who wish to study at Aerospace or Aviation universities of Russia and Ukraine. All students who will apply till April 30th at any Aerospace or Aviation universities of Russia and Ukraine will get free ticket to the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS which will be held August 27th - September 1 in Moscow. The International Aviation and Space salon MAKS is a rightful occupant of a leading position in the ratings of major world aviation forums. The very idea of the MAKS lies in demonstrating Russian high technologies and domestic market openness to joint ventures with the use of foreign partners' cutting-edge advances. Video about MAKS (video1, video2, video3).
Dates are convenient for students because their study at University will start next day after the International Aviation and Space Salon.
National Research University "Moscow Aviation Institute", Russia (courses in Russian only)
National Aviation University, Ukraine (courses available in English)
National Aerospace university, Ukraine (courses available in English)
Please inform your students about this apportunity and send applications by online system (click) or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com