«Modern migration processes: key issues and solutions» international conference for experts from Russia, France, Greece and Poland
In October RUDN hosted “Modern migration processes: key issues and solutions” international conference. In her welcoming speech A.Dolzhikova, Vice-Rector for continuing education said that “migration issues are among the most discussed today”.
In October RUDN hosted “Modern migration processes: key issues and solutions” international conference. In her welcoming speech A.Dolzhikova, Vice-Rector for continuing education said that “migration issues are among the most discussed today”. RUDN as a multiethnic university is realizing a number of projects with colleagues from France and Germany in the field of sociocultural adaptation. RUDN is one of the leading elaborator of the examination in Russian, Russian history and basic legislation for migrants coming to Russia.
A.Ivanov, expert of the Institute of linguo-civilizational and migration processes, noted that migration adaptation issue needs involvement of NGOs. Russia has huge migration potential and is constantly improving its migration legislation and procedures.
A.Dolzhikova told about RUDN experience – in 2015, the university held a seminar for Migration Service experts on the psychology of communication with migrants.
European experts shared their experience in dealing with migration challenges, how they strengthen security and introduce new techniques to regulate relations between migrants and local population and decrease tension. They also stressed the controversy of the problem- one the one hand the ageing Europe needs new people to cope with the demographic crisis, on the other hand the tolerant Europe risks losing tolerance.
The challenges were discussed at three conference sections – “Theory and practice of financial-economic regulation of migration processes”, “Socio-cultural adaptation and integration of migrants and their children in a different ethnic environment” and “Legal regulation of migration processes in Russia and abroad”.
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia is among the top 200 universities according to the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings 2021 (THE Emerging Economies 2021).
Only 606 leading world universities were honored to be on the list.
The QS ranking agency has presented the QS WUR by Subject 2021 rankings — lists of the best universities in the world in specific subjects. RUDN has shown rapid growth in the areas of “Modern Languages”, “Linguistics”, “Mathematics”, “Economics and Econometrics” and “Chemistry”, and for the first time entered the list of the best in the world in the subjects “Oil and Gas Business”, “Law”, " Business and Management “, and “Computer Science”.
RUDN University is on the 43rd place in the QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe & Central Asia 2021. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia has shown the best results in the following categories: international students , student/faculty ratio, institution research collaboration and recruiter review.