The Government was instructed to summarise, in cooperation with the Russian Union of University Presidents, the experience of higher education institutions with respect to organising hands-on education and postgraduate research using remote learning, and present proposals on applying the positive aspects of this experience.
The Government jointly with Moscow State University were instructed to secure funding for the renovation and major repairs of university buildings, including the main building, as well as the second phase of the construction of new student housing and a boarding house for out-of-town students of the University School.
The Government was instructed to work out a common approach to development programmes for federal public higher education institutions given that their priority objective is to contribute to achieving the national development goals of the Russian Federation, and to amend legislation accordingly.
In addition, the Government was instructed to take measures to finalise the draft development programme for Moscow State University until 2030 by including efforts and projects that will support the university’s contribution to achieving the national development goals of the Russian Federation as well as by identifying the sources of funding required for implementing the programme.
Moscow State University and the Moscow City Government were instructed to ensure that the research and training infrastructure facilities at the Vorobyovy Gory Innovative Science and Technology Centre are launched by 2025.