Boiko Kotsev, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Russia visits RUDN University
Boiko Kotsev, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Russia visits RUDN University

"The strongest sides of Bulgarian education are exact sciences – mathematics, physics, engineering" — Boiko Kotsev

Boiko Kotsev, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Russia visited RUDN University and met the University administration, noting RUDN advantages in Bulgaria and competitiveness of its graduates.

At the meeting the parties also discussed prospective directions of cooperation between RUDN and leading Bulgarian universities. According to Nur Kirabayev, RUDN Vice-Rector for research, RUDN actively practices two cooperation formats. The first one is secondary school Olympiads, the winners being automatically enrolled to RUDN state-subsidized programs. The second is support to profile classes in Bulgaria. According to Boiko Kotsev, the strongest sides of Bulgarian education are exact sciences – mathematics, physics and engineering.

Mr.Kotsev highly appreciated the hospitality of Peoples’ friendship university of Russia and expressed hope for further fruitful cooperation. 

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