While the world festival of youth and students is over, its participants continue sharing their experience. Asare Boamah Andrew, a student from University of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani Ghana, who was invited by Rosatom, says that the festival in Sochi was one of the best Experiences he have ever had in the life.
Young talent from Africa states that the whole event from the opening to the closing was full of wonderful new experiences. He had also an opportunity to exchange opinions with renowned professors.
In particular, Asare Andrew enjoyed day two of the program which was focused on Human intelligence vs. Artificial intelligence and the debate on childhood digitalization. Asare also participated in the Nuclear Energy day during the festival, where he learned more about nuclear energy, its application and management. With other participants Asare participated in team building events, discussions which helped Ghanaian talent to generate new ideas and make new friends.
The Festival was multifunctional platform for the young generation to communicate, exchange experience, learn and share their ideas. The Festival is not the only event in Russia, which unites the students and professionals to work and communicate on classic and new industries. Already for 7 years the Forsage Forum in Central Russia unites young engineers, specialists and industry workers giving them space and opportunity to hone their skills at project management, ideas planning and intercultural communications.
This year the summer camp of Forsage 2017 was focused on developing visions of global future for next 2 decades. Rebaone Xavier Zinzile Garen from South Africa said that “It is most interesting and most attractive event. You can learn more and get experience that you cannot get anywhere else. And if I could share my opinion with potential participants I would say: Guys if you have this opportunity to participate don’t miss it.”