Pioneer stories: the university through the eyes of the first graduates in project 6.0
The heroes of the project are graduates of 1965 and 1966 from Cuba, Lebanon, Mexico, Nigeria and Russia. Read about the first lessons and the origin of student life, about friendship and love, and also about professional achievements and views on the future of alma mater in the project 6.0 “First Graduates”.
Read the interview in the "First Graduates" section on the website of the 60th anniversary of RUDN University
International students who:
Roads consist mostly of holes that can be mixed with potholes — that’s how Alex Oganga, a master student from Kenya, describes the village where he spent his childhood. Moscow and Russia impressed him not only with the roads, but also with the organization of traffic and its accuracy. He is studying mathematics, although, to be perfectly honest, since childhood he was attracted to physics and materials science.
As a child, he read Homer’s Iliad, later he flew to Moscow to study the archives, and then published an article in the Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Journal of the Cambridge University Press. Historian Argirios Tasoulas from Greece speaks about his life.