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RUDN University delegation participated in the international exhibition-conference QS-MAPLE 2018: The Advancement of University Excellence in the Middle East and Africa Region 2018 in Bahrain
RUDN University delegation participated in the international exhibition-conference QS-MAPLE 2018: The Advancement of University Excellence in the Middle East and Africa Region 2018 in Bahrain
The QS-MAPLE 2018 conference and exhibition, the 8th Annual Strategic Summit for the Advancement of University Excellence in all its Forms successfully concluded on the 6 of March 2018 in Manama, Bahrain. The representatives of more than 70 universities from 40 countries attended in this important scientific and educational event.

The QS-MAPLE 2018 conference and exhibition, the 8th Annual Strategic Summit for the Advancement of University Excellence in all its Forms successfully concluded on the 6 of March 2018 in Manama, Bahrain. The representatives of more than 70 universities from 40 countries attended in this important scientific and educational event.

Julia Ebzeeva, Natalia Gvozdeva, Natalia Dubinina, Irina Karabulatova represented RUDN University. The program of the conference included a master class on the methodology of QS rankings, discussions on strategic planning and research, internationalization and evaluation of the quality of education. (http://qsmaple.org/qsmaple2018/post-event-report/)

This year RUDN University will host on the 22-23 of May 2018 the next international event, held by QS in Moscow - QS WorldWide 2018

The RUDN University delegation was greatly supported by Sahil Amarin (Jordan), graduate of the RUDN University Engineering Faculty (1992), currently heading a large trading company in Bahrain.

On the photo: Sahil Amarin (graduate of RUDN University, Jordan), Riyad Youssef Hamza (President of the University of Bahrain), Gvozdeva Natalia Mikhailovna (head of the RUDN University 5-100 Administration) and Irina I. Karabutatova (Professor of the Foreign Languages Department).

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Michele Pagano is a graduate of the University of Pisa, a leading scientist, the author of more than 200 publications in international journals, and a participant in many international research projects
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