"Let me congratulate you on the International Women’s Day! I wish you wonderful mood, warm homes and inspiration at work! May you have a lot of sunny days in your life!" - Rector of RUDN University Vladimir Filippov

"Let me congratulate you on the International Women’s Day! I wish you wonderful mood, warm homes and inspiration at work! May you have a lot of sunny days in your life!" - Rector of RUDN University Vladimir Filippov

Dear female colleagues, 
Let me congratulate you on the International Women’s Day! You make the world better and our life happier!
Thank you for your contribution to the development of the University and science and making future leaders!
Your beauty, charisma, flexible mind and energy amaze men. 
I wish you wonderful mood, warm homes and inspiration at work!
May you have a lot of sunny days in your life!
Be happy and loved!

Vladimir Filippov
Rector of RUDN University, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Chairman of the Higher Attestation Commission
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Life in RUDN
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Life in RUDN
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Language as a new world: why Chinese students study Russian

An uncompromising desire to learn Russian led a Chinese student, Zhao Jielin, to a master’s degree, and then to a postgraduate course at RUDN. But in Russia, the girl chose international relations, not linguistics. As Zhao says, she has always wanted to discover new worlds and work in the field of communications. And that’s why advanced Russian could be an absolute advantage, because “international relations require excellent knowledge of the language”.