RUDN develops cooperation with Uganda
RUDN develops cooperation with Uganda
RUDN delegation came to the Republic of Uganda on a working visit. Representatives of the university, led by First Vice-Rector, Vice-Rector for economic activity and strategic development, Yevgeny Schesnyak, met with the Prime Minister of the Republic Mr.Ruhakana Rugunda to discuss the possibilities of expanding cooperation in education and science.

During the conversation, the parties touched upon issues of cooperation in the field of training highly qualified national personnel at RUDN University, as well as organizing mutually beneficial cooperation between RUDN and Ugandan partners in creating and promoting innovative technologies in the field of engineering and pharmacology.

The Prime Minister highly appreciated the significance and role of RUDN in training national personnel not only for Uganda, but also for all African states, noting their significant contribution to the economic and humanitarian development of their countries.

The delegates presented information materials about the university, its programs and research projects for consideration and preparation of concrete proposals for cooperation with RUDN.

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