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The Veggie Project

On 1st and 2nd of March, 2013 a group of 16 students from BrSTU, Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin and School №7 in Brest participated in the German project on “The Veggie-Experiment: a Life without Meat?!”. The project was sponsored by the German Embassy in Minsk, the Robert Bosch Foundation and School № 7 and carried out by their German lecturer at the BrSTU.

On the first day the participants got to know with the theoretical aspects of a vegetarian lifestyle: In general, who are vegetarians? Why do people decide to give up eating meat?  It is generally healthy? And what is common with climate change and a hamburger? The first day was devoted to these and other questions by students. They gathered information and discussed actively. This theme was so new for many of students that they expected an evening vegetarian pizza with skepticism and strain, but still they tasted it. In the documentary the students got to know the various sides of vegetarian life in Germany and learnt how people adjust to a vegetarian lifestyle in the 21st century.

On the second day of the project participants started the practical part of a lifestyle without meat: cooking vegetarian menu of 4 courses.

            First students went shopping together to prepare meals in small groups at school № 7. They peeled, cut, cooked, fried and baked and in the end they created a tasty four-course meal: Appetizer: carrot–ginger-coconut–crème soup (vegan) Intermediate course: leek pie with peanuts (vegetarian) Main course: celery schnitzel with beet root salad served with herbal curd (vegetarian) Dessert: fruit salad and muesli bars (vegan).

Not all the dishes met the students’ expectations, but they all were brave enough to taste the flavor of vegetarian cuisine.

 

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2nd International Conference on Current Research Problems of Materials, Structures, Technologies and Organization of Civil Engineering in Cross-Border Approach will be held in BrSTU

Important Dates:
• Registration and Abstract Submission: June 1, 2017
• Notification of Abstract Acceptance and Full Paper Requirements: July 1, 2017
• Full Paper Submission: August 1, 2017
• Notification of Full Paper Acceptance: August 10, 2017
• Opening of a Conference: October 18, 2017

The English for Specific Purposes Training took place in BrSTU on May, 12th-13th, 2016.

The Training was held under the Erasmus+ Project “Library Network Support Services (LNSS): modernising libraries in Armenia, Moldova and Belarus through library staff development and reforming library services”.

DAAD invites applications for a summer school in Essen

The summer school, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)  will start with visits to European Institutions in  Strasburg, followed by llectures and presentations in Essen and last from 22.08. - 31.08.2016.

Application deadline: 05.02.2016.

Working language is English.

Travel costs and costs foe stay are covered by DAAD

See more information in the FLYER.

Welcome to English Club

We are pleased to invite all those who are not indifferent to English and who want to upgrade their English skills to join “English Speaking Club” at our university.

Master students of BrSTU attended a meeting with the expert of CERES project

The meeting between head of department of informatics and applied mathematics Siarhei Parfamuk and the university’s undergraduates was held on October 30, 2015 on the theme "Participation of the Brest State Technical University in the CERES project".

Spanish exchange student: my experience in Belarus

I am Alexandra from Spain and I am going to tell you about my experience in Belarus.

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