RUDN signs a working program of cooperation with Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine (Morocco)
04 - 05 December, RUDN delegation headed by P.Dokukin, Director of RUDN Agrarian and Technological Institute visited Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine in Morocco and signed an Agreement and Cooperation Program envisaging joint research in agriculture of the Mediterranean, creating an international working group with Algeria and Greece, joint postgraduate programs in veterinary, joint annual conference “Innovation processes in agriculture”, and network Master’s program, on land management, distant probing and land monitoring.
The Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine (IAV) is a multidisciplinary polytechnic center for biological and earth sciences and technologies. It uses an integrated approach to higher education, training, and scientific research to serve agricultural and rural development. IAV comprises six schools located on two campuses in Rabat and Agadir: agronomy, veterinary, agro-food industry, horticulture, topography, and rural engineering. It has more than 320 professors and researchers, 180 technical staff, several research laboratories, and a veterinary teaching hospital. IAV offers masters and doctoral training in engineering, veterinary, water resources management, ecosystem management, and horticulture, among other subject areas.
More than 70 representatives of the embassies of foreign countries in Russia, representatives of the Federation Council, and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation took part in the round table "The contribution of RUDN University to training national personnel for foreign countries." The event was held on February 5, in an online format and was timed to celebrate the 61st anniversary of RUDN University.
December 15, on the basis of RUDN University, the first QS subject summit in the areas of “Modern Languages” and “Linguistics” started. The topic of the QS Subject Focus Summit is “Languages and Migration in the Context of Globalization”.
During the first hour of work, 1,000 schoolchildren from resource centers in Mongolia, Syria, Turkey, Bulgaria, Tajikistan, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan visited the online exhibition “Time to Study in Russia”. On December 17, the online opening of the exhibition took place at RUDN University site.