Article accepted for print: 30.10.2019
This article explores the attitude of students to extracurricular activities on the example of students of the Kursk State Medical University. The educational and extracurricular activities of students, the impact of comprehensive development on personal and professional qualities, as well as the motives of the young generation when choosing one or another activist activity, are analyzed. Conclusions are drawn about the influence of an active life position on the formation of skills for the effective organization of free time. It also highlights the conditions that affect the leadership qualities of a future professional.
professional, extracurricular activities, cultural and creative activities, sports activities, social activities, volunteer groups.
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