We are pleased to announce that undergraduate and postgraduate students have a great opportunity to cover part of the costs for participation in the WRI-16 through scholarships, which will be awarded to the winners of the essay contest (further in the text Contest).

The scholarship is nominal, it is not paid directly to the winners, but covers part of the costs required to participate in WRI-16. The Jury of the Organizing Committee retains the right to decide on which expenses the winner’s scholarship will be allocated.

Contest conditions:

1. The participation of undergraduate and postgraduate students is possible only if the manuscript is submitted.

2. The Contest is held from November 1, 2018 to December 1, 2018. Winners will be announced before Early Bird Deadline, please follow the news carefully.

3. The following documents must be submitted:

  • Contest essay, designed in accordance with the requirements;
  • Author's application for participation in the Contest, designed in accordance with example. Fill out all required fields.

Requirements for the essay:

  • In your essay, you have to explain to the jury “Why participation in WRI-16 is so important for you?”
  • The essay should be written only in English.
  • The volume of the essay should be about 200-250 words only.
  • Text design: Font: Times New Roman, font size - 12, position on the page - the width of the text. Fields: 2 cm on all sides.


At the time of sending both files must contain in their titles your full name and surname, the words “essay” and “application”. Example: “Peter Jonson_Essay” and “Peter Jonson_Application”.

Both, essay and application files should be in one e-mail message. Please end your application files to with the topic "Sсholarship".

If you require any assistance or have any questions regarding submission, please contact us. We are always ready to help you.

The Scholarship Submission period

from November 1, 2018 to December 1, 2018


Winners will be announced

before Early Bird Deadline (March 1, 2019)


Application form