Alexandra is a sociologist and Sinologist. She tells us the secrets of learning Chinese, breaks down stereotypes about the Chinese keyboard and shares what she learned after living in China for several years.
“Children, don’t go for a walk in Africa,” wrote Korney Chukovsky, a famous children’s poet. Every Russian-speaker remembers this from childhood. But Bernard Ruteri, graduate of the RUDN University Institute of Hotel Business and Tourism from Tanzania, assures us not to be afraid. Bernard works for a travel agency, conducts tours for tourists in Zanzibar and takes them on safari. He is also saving up for a travel agent license and is going to open his own travel company.
Olga Chebotar, graduate of the Department of Theory and History of International Relations, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, has been appointed the new Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova.
Anna Subbotina, a graduate of the Faculty of Philology of RUDN University, has gone from a volunteer translator to an advisor to the executive director of the Russian Union of Martial Arts on international issues. Read about career, knowledge of foreign languages and studies in an interview with Anna.
“Mathematics and information technology — this is difficult. Speaking three languages is also difficult. But I quickly adapt to difficulties, I love to study and learn new methods and modern technologies,” says Adou Kpangny Yves Berenger, alumnus No. 500 from Cote d’Ivoire, about studying at RUDN University and about science in his life.
Nine graduates of RUDN University were awarded Letters of Gratitude from the Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation. The Rector of the university Oleg Yastrebov handed letters to the graduates and thanked them for their active participation in student life, labor, social and scientific activities.
The tradition of nominating the best graduates of RUDN University has existed for 10 years, more than 1,000 graduates receiving this title. In 2020, 150 young professionals became the best graduates of RUDN University - doctors, agronomists, lawyers, ecologists, programmers, linguists and engineers from 24 countries.
To be an anniversary graduate is a great honor and responsibility. But student Lo Pa Pan knows what responsibility is: he is a future lawyer with ambitious plans. His goal is to reduce the number of death penalty articles in the Vietnamese Criminal Code. Read his thoughts about studying in “far, big and beautiful” Russia and the desire to change the world.
This year, RUDN University hosts “online proms” as a meeting platform for engineers, philologists, lawyers, economists, ecologists and agrarians.
Jessica Bustinsa, graduate of the Faculty of Philology of RUDN University in 2010, talks about how she got acquainted with Russian culture, how she spent the years of her student life and what Russian traditions she adopted.
November 25, RUDN Rector Vladimir Filippov met with Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya and congratulated a RUDN graduate on taking the post of Minister of Environment of Rwanda.
A graduate of the IHBiT of RUDN University, Dasanayake Darshika, says that Sri Lanka is more than a beach, and shares her experience of studying and volunteering.