Skill Training during Learning

Students of all areas regardless of the course undergo internships in public organizations, business companies, at industry facilities, private and state clinics, etc. Skill practice is one of the principles of RUDN. During such trainings, you will get the proficiency necessary for a career. The best students meet their future employers.

Learn more

News
all news
Career
08 Mar
RUDN University students win prizes in the Russian round of International Negotiation Competition 2019

The students of the Law Institute of the RUDN University, as part of two teams, took part in the Russian round of competition among law students in International Negotiation Competition 2019 and won prizes: team RUDN-1 Albert Hulutdinov and Aknur Kulushov - 2nd place, team RUDN-2 Egor Zhernakov and Andrey Shakhmuradov - 3rd place. The coach of both teams is Kamo Chilingaryan, senior lecturer of the Department of Foreign Languages, RUDN Law Institute.

Career
04 Mar
"Hunting for the profession of the future" at RUDN University

What professions will be relevant and in demand in a few years? Who will take the leading position in the labor market - people or robots? How are world-class specialists selected? Microsoft sourcing and recruitment experts, Dmitry Dolidze and Evgenia Peshkova, shared their experience with RUDN University students at the “Hunting for the profession of the future” workshop.

Career
03 Mar
Lawyers of RUDN receive the “Honorable mention team” award at The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

A team of the RUDN Law Institute consisting of Aydin Aydyngali, Anastasia Alekseeva, Aknur Kulushov, Aisylu Latypova and Svyatoslav Volodin successfully participated in the Philip Jessup International Law Competition, held from 30 January to 3 February, at Moscow State University and MGIMO. Under the guidance of assistant professor Marianna Ilyashevich, the team took the honorable 4th place in the contest of written memorandums, as well as 10th place in the overall standings (among 30 teams). Following the performance, the team received a separate award “Honorable mention team”, and associate professor Marianna Ilyashevich, as a team coach, was awarded for outstanding commitment to the competition and many years of support for the competition in Russia.