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Life in RUDN
24 May
50 countries — one ticket: RUDN University send guests of the “Planet South-West” festival on a journey

Once a year, RUDN Airlines give you the opportunity to visit dozens of countries in a few hours. No visa and luggage — take only the most necessary things: a student card and good mood. RUDN University students from 50 countries introduced the guests of the “Planet South-West” festival to their cultures and traditions.

Life in RUDN
24 May
“In Moscow, students are serious people, and in Georgia, young people are more fun” — Anna Khotivrishvili, postgraduate student of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Anna was born and raised in Tbilisi in the area of ​​sulfur baths, once visited by Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov. Read in the interview about international relations, why they are important and how not to give up with closed borders — in an.

Life in RUDN
20 May
“Delicious chemistry”: how a PhD student from RUDN learned to use his chemistry skills in cooking dishes

What sets chemistry apart from other natural sciences is the ability to get creative and find amazing solutions to long known problems.

Life in RUDN
18 May
A charming fairy from China — about film translations, language aesthetics and crepes

The film industry has surrounded us since the 19th century and is becoming more and more popular every year. Have you ever thought how to translate the names of foreign films? Tang Jiazheng (Faculty of Philology, China) talks about filmonyms (names of films) and strategies for translating from Chinese into Russian.

Life in RUDN
17 May
“Attitude to age abroad is totally different. There, you can see gorgeous women driving sporty convertibles — they are not so young but they are not ashamed of their wrinkles.” — Nina Krasnoshapka, student of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Nina Krasnoshapka is a professional actress. At the age of 30, she entered RUDN University to study arts and humanities. Nina actively fights against ageism and does projects for the interaction of people of different generations. Read her interview to learn why professional skills are more important than personal ones and how to teach people not to label people for age.

Life in RUDN
22 Apr
“Nowadays you’ll rarely see a student who is truly enjoying working ona coursepaper or diploma. I’m exactly this student!” says Alexandra Antonova, a student of the Faculty of Science

Alexandra Antonova, a first year student, in simple words tells us about scientific articles, her love for chemistry, which started at school and about getting bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Life in RUDN
21 Apr
RUDN University receives a platinum certificate in the FISU Healthy Campus project

RUDN University scored 93 points out of 100 possible on the certification of the FISU Healthy Campus project. The university met more than 91 criteria receiving the highest assessment in the project and a platinum certificate.

Life in RUDN
16 Apr
I always felt Russian in my heart

Pushkin’s fairy tales, love for children, launching of a new educational program and a future dissertation at Oxford. How childhood affections influenced the choice of University? What role did the prestige of the RUDN University play in Sri Lanka? And how does student Kasuni Pokunegoda see her future?

Life in RUDN
15 Apr
Congratulations on the anniversary of Vladimir Filippov — President of RUDN University

The university has always been top-of-mind for him 24/7. They have become inseparable. We do not know anyone who loves RUDN University as much as he does, anyone who has invested so much strength, soul, mind and energy in the development of the University. And this love is mutual.

Life in RUDN
02 Apr
Instruction for international students of RUDN University who can return from their countries

International students who:

Life in RUDN
25 Mar
How Moscow roads surprised a student from Kenya

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.

Life in RUDN
25 Mar
“Russia is not for leisure, but for work,” — Argirios Tasoulas, PhD student at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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.