RUDN is expanding borders. An agreement on joint doctoral research supervision signed with the Lebanese State University
RUDN is expanding borders. An agreement on joint doctoral research supervision signed with the Lebanese State University
Research concerns engineering, agrarian, medical, humanitarian and social sciences.

28 June, RUDN Rector signed an agreement on joint doctoral research supervision with the Lebanese State University. Research concerns engineering, agrarian, medical, humanitarian and social sciences.

«It is not only research that is important, we would also like to cooperate in applied spheres like interpreting from Russian into Arabic. We train conference interpreters in many languages but we do not have Russian», said Rector of the Lebanese University.

Larisa Efremova, RUDN Vice-Rector said that RUDN is ready to implement dual-degree programs and send professors to the Lebanese University for teaching special modules and lecturing adding that she hopes to start in September.

The Lebanese State University is the only university in Lebanon founded by the government. It has 19 faculties, and half Lebanese students study there.

In 2016, 18 students came to RUDN summer school, while this year 50 students are studying at the Agrarian and Technological Institute.

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