I would love to express my gratitude to all professors of the Department and especially Head of Department of Civil Law and Procedure and Private International Law, Evgenia Frolova, for her invaluable contribution in the teaching process and scientific activities. The Department of Civil Law and Procedure and Private International Law includes more than 15 professors, each being a top-notch specialist. I am sure that staffed with such wonderful scientists and headed by such a great leader, the Department will continue turning out high-ranking professionals every year; and they will honorably represent the Institute of Law of RUDN University.
The life of every person consists of stages. My postgraduate course study became one of the most important stages in my life. The period of postgraduate study at the Institute of Law of RUDN University can be remembered as an interesting and joyful time, despite being difficult, if not to say very hard. But the study skills and the knowledge base gained during Bachelor and Master Courses helped me a lot both in my work with students, and in my studies. During bachelor degree studies, they prepared us not only for scientific discoveries of monumental proportions, but for real life. They taught us to tell which way the wind is blowing, and urged us to have a heart. I am grateful to my professors for this, it very useful to me now.
Doing a postgraduate course without presentation of a thesis is like working on a project with no desire to achieve a certain result. For your future employer it can serve as a marker: this worker is not determined to complete the project. In other words, don’t do things (no matter what things) half way! Be a winner! It goes without saying, that preparation for the thesis can sometimes be an annoying drag and take up a lot of time. But, here at the Institute of Law, our best professors give us the right direction and teach us to accomplish our purpose!