Russian Students to help build Kerch bridge to Crimea
Students at Russia's most prestigious university Moscow State University are being asked to spend a semester building the Kerch bridge to Crimea.
Russia's Federal Road Agency (Rosavtodor) is searching for “motivated students” from Moscow State University to join the project.
The program, which will see “trainees” work alongside engineers for eight hours a day, has the full support of MSU rector Viktor Sadovnichy.
Students will be given an “invaluable experience,” picking up the basics of bridge building, sorting and storing materials, and preparing paperwork, the Moscow Times reports.