22 June, best RUDN graduates shared their problems and asked questions to the Rector.
“Before we said- he who has information rules the world. Today we say- he who finds information the fastest rules the world”, said Vladimir Filippov.
The most frequently asked question is about availability of books in the library and its working hours. Many students asked to make working hours longer and make a coworking zone in the library.
Rector said that the library is already being re-designed and re-furnished to make it more comfortable for the students.
RUDN Rector meets graduates every year to answer their questions and let them share ideas for the benefit of the university.
This year the meeting was timed to the awarding of Graduate 100,000 – Battharai Hari, a medical student from Nepal as well as volleyball, tennis and powerlifting champions.
Mahmud Yasin from Palestine got a photo with the Rector’s inscription “I wish you to always make the right choice!”.
Anna Subbotina, a graduate of the Faculty of Philology of RUDN University, has gone from a volunteer translator to an advisor to the executive director of the Russian Union of Martial Arts on international issues. Read about career, knowledge of foreign languages and studies in an interview with Anna.
“Mathematics and information technology — this is difficult. Speaking three languages is also difficult. But I quickly adapt to difficulties, I love to study and learn new methods and modern technologies,” says Adou Kpangny Yves Berenger, alumnus No. 500 from Cote d’Ivoire, about studying at RUDN University and about science in his life.
Nine graduates of RUDN University were awarded Letters of Gratitude from the Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation. The Rector of the university Oleg Yastrebov handed letters to the graduates and thanked them for their active participation in student life, labor, social and scientific activities.