The Department of Linguistics of Bauman Moscow State Technical University welcomes students of engineering universities to participate in the 8th National Student Contest in English (NSCE2022). The Contests will take place on March 16-17, 2023 online.
You can find all necessary information for registration and participation in the Contest on this page. Сheck out the latest news in the News section of the site. The winners will also be announced there.
About the Contest
The first National Students Contest in English (NSCE) for engineering universities was held in 2015. More than 20 teams from different Russian cities and towns have taken part in it since then.
The Contest topics were many and varied. Among them are «Space Research», «Role of Women in Science», «Additive Technologies» and others. This year we are planning to discuss «Bio-engineering».
Traditionally our Contest lasts three days. On the first day, the participants watch a video, do grammar and vocabulary assignments based on it, solve brainteasers, and crossword puzzles. On the second day, they are engaged with creative tasks. Team members present their ideas on Contest topics within strict time limits and in various forms, like making videos, debating or delivering lectures, etc.
The last day is the Awards Ceremony. Several times the Contest participants were invited to the British Embassy in Moscow, but mostly a short concert is organized by our talented students to celebrate the participants of the competition.
In 2021, we successfully organized the Contest online. This year the Contest will be held in the same way.
You can find photo and video of the previous Contests on the Contest History page.
submission deadline: 23:59 (Moscow time), March 27, 2022
Send your video at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First day assignment
The first day assignments will be available on March 16, 2023 from 17.00 till 18.30 Moscow time. You can start working on the assignments at any moment within this time period. The tasks will be available on the web page of the Course Content.