Belarusian State University Anthem and Statute

The Belarusian State University is the national leader in higher education that operates on the basis of the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus, the Statute, as well as other statutory and regulatory acts.

The subject and objectives of the university activities, sources of financing and control tools over the activities of the Belarusian State University are set out in the Belarusian State University Statute, along with the general provisions. Separate chapters are devoted to the university structure, BSU management, the university staff and students, BSU international activities, the procedure for its liquidation and reorganization.

According to the Statue, BSU performs educational, intellectual, cultural and social functions aimed at satisfying the needs and interests of the individual, society and the state.

The BSU core is a union made up of students, cadets, postgraduate students, doctoral students, academic staff, other pedagogical and research employees who carry out their activities in accordance with the classical traditions of university education based on:

  • the principles of freedom of academic teaching,
  • research and dissemination of knowledge,
  • the unity of study and research,
  • the link between science and education, and practice,
  • social responsibility,
  • a combination of centralized government with democratic self-governance.

Executive Order of the President of the Republic of Belarus of June 16, 1999 N 334 ‘Statute of the Belarusian State University’

The Belarusian State University has its own anthem written by Igor Luchenok and Sergey Beltyukov (music), Leonid Dranko-Maisyuk (lyrics).

Source: Belarusian State University


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