Associate professor of Tallin University gave lectures about situation with Russian language in Estonia for RUDN students
During her visit RUDN Natalia Chuikina gave two lectures about Russian culture and Russian language for third-year students of Filological Faculty. She told about cultural monuments and text of ancient Russia found by Estonian scientists. She also suggested students and professors Ekaterina Nedopekina and Natalia Bubnova brief analysis of features of Russian language of Estonian citizens.
Finally, associate professor Chuikina invited students to participate in the international conferention on problems of saving Russian language in Baltic States which will take place in Tallin University in February 2018. The invitation generated interest among students.
Natalia Chuikina discussed cooperation between RUDN and Tallin University with the Dean and professors of Filological faculty.
It was decided to organize regular international conferences and seminars for students of both universities and to publish a collection of students’ scientific articles.
April 19, a videoconference of the International Expert Council (IEC) of RUDN University was held with the participation of IEC members - prominent figures in the field of science and education, as well as the top management of the university. The topic of the meeting is the results of RUDN University on the implementation of 5-100 Competitiveness Program in 2018 and a discussion of the university's further development strategies. Experts noted overfulfillment of the Program’s key indicators by 20–30%, emphasizing the inclusion of RUDN University in various subject ratings.
RUDN has retained its position in the second group of HEIs – participants of 5 – 100 Project after reporting on the Road map implementation at the meeting of the International Expert Board.
May 24, RUDN hosts the XXIII open seminar-conference of Project 5-100, dedicated to the exchange of best practices between Russian universities and increasing their competitiveness in the global education market.