Vladimir Filippov noted that just 6 years ago, about 5 people from Rwanda studied at RUDN University. Now, thanks to the work of Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya, the number of Rwandan students has grown to 26. Last year, 17 students from Rwanda had state-funded places at RUDN University, 12 of them studied physics.
At the end of the meeting, the RUDN Rector thanked Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya for friendship with the university and handed a gratitude letter for the cooperation and promotion of RUDN University in the international academic field.
Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya - graduate of the Faculty of Science, majoring in Chemistry (1997). Earlier, the Rwandan politician served as Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Research.
“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.
The tradition of nominating the best graduates of RUDN University has existed for 10 years, more than 1,000 graduates receiving this title. In 2020, 150 young professionals became the best graduates of RUDN University - doctors, agronomists, lawyers, ecologists, programmers, linguists and engineers from 24 countries.