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Congratulations for the First online Science Festival at RUDN University
Congratulations for the First online Science Festival at RUDN University
RUDN participants and guests were welcomed by

Wolf Ferdinand Wieland, the professor of the Regensburg University of Applied Sciences. Professor shared his personal experience of academic learning and gave some useful tips on how to build a successful career in scientific research.

“Hello, dear young Russian friends! Who are thinking and planning about a scientific career in Russia or perhaps also abroad.

My name is Wolf Ferdinand Wieland, Professor of the Urological Department, the University Regensburg and member of the foreign expert board of RUDN University.

I will give you some tips for your scientific career and some key words how to think about it, and how you should perform it.

First at all, you have to know what field catches your interest. Then look also to the present and the future hotspot topics, for instance, forensic medicine, stem cells, cancer therapy, immunology, reporting techniques.

It is very important, if you look in these fields or you look in these directions. You always, whatever you do, you should have an eagerness to obtain knowledge and a desire to learn. Also, it is very important that you look for your special and specific interest. You should do that durable and not only as a fashion. Crucial is, go to the actual disciplines, which are important for you and also for your country.

When you think in these directions then you do a good job. You will have fun and, especially, a perfect future. You will love the work you are doing.

I wish you all the best! I hope I gave you some tips you can achieve and you can follow them.

Goodbye and have a good time.

Thank you very much”.

Nikolas Djukic, Executive Director of the Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST). Nikolas Djukic told about the cooperation between RUDN University and Bavaria, Germany and motivated RUDN students to try an academic exchange. Follow the link with all relevant information — www.bayhost.de.

“My name is Nicholas Dukich. I work at the Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST).

Bavaria, as you probably know, is located in Germany. We support international student exchange. I would like to motivate you to use your time as a student also for studying abroad. It is not that difficult. Russian universities have many partner universities around the world, including Bavaria.

You will have the opportunity to study in Germany. For all students who have already used this opportunity, it was the best experience. I studied in Poland, and I still have best friends there.

Our Center can help you. We offer annual scholarships, or scholarships for short-term research programs, or participation in summer German courses.

If you are interested, please visit our website: www.bayhost.de. There you will find all information.

Thank you so much for your attention! I wish you an interesting Science Festival!

Goodbye, have a nice day!”

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