The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus employs 300-350 graduates and Masters of Science annually. This was announced today by Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Vladimir Gusakov at a solemn event dedicated to the start of a new academic year at the NASB Researchers Training Institute. “Today the Academy of Sciences is not age-specific organization. The average age of Belarusian scientists is about 45 years. Almost a third of the NASB scientists are young people,” he stressed. Speaking about the principles of Academy management in the training of young scientists Vladimir Gusakov noted that in this area the National Academy of Sciences prepares top-qualification scientists. Talented young researchers find support in their endeavors. They work under the guidance of leading scientists of the country. They have an opportunity to do their research in advanced laboratories of the NASB organizations and to participate in major international scientific forums. A system of additional payments is provided for young scientists, and there are also various bonuses. There are excellent opportunities for a career for those who have successfully done their PhD thesis.
Scientists do not forget about active leisure. Various sports events, gatherings, annual summer and winter sports games are held at the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. In addition, there is the Council of Young Scientists which deals with the most topical issues of colleagues.
On 1 September 2017, 110 Master's Degree students in 9 specialties will begin their training at the NASB Researchers Training Institute. They are graduates of such educational institutions as BSU, BSUIR, BNTU, BSEU, BSPU, etc. The term of study in the magistracy is 1 year. Graduates of full-time budget form are subject for allocation mainly to scientific organizations of the National Academy of Sciences. Training students at the second stage of higher education in the Master's program is carried out at the Researchers Training Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus since 2007.