RUDN University and Ankara University (Turkey) sign a protocol on academic partnership
RUDN University and Ankara University (Turkey) sign a protocol on academic partnership

During the meeting between Larisa Efremova, RUDN University Vice-Rector for international academic mobility, representatives of Rossotrudnichestvo in the Republic of Turkey and Erkan Ibish, Rector of Ankara University, there were presentations concerning scientific and educational potential of the universities as well as top-priority areas of cooperation were defined.

On 28 November 2016, RUDN University and Ankara University signed a protocol on academic partnership in Ankara (Turkey).

During the meeting between Larisa Efremova, RUDN University Vice-Rector for international academic mobility, representatives of Rossotrudnichestvo in the Republic of Turkey and Erkan Ibish, Rector of Ankara University, there were presentations concerning scientific and educational potential of the universities as well as top-priority areas of cooperation were defined. It means programmes on professors and students' exchange, common research projects and development of mutual educational programmes. The main spheres of interaction are politolical science, international relations, the Russian language, the Turkish language, medicine and pharmacy.

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