RUDN students are supposed to inform specialists of the Department of Comprehensive Services for Residents of Campus Directorate about their return to the dorm one day before arrival (send an email).
An ice grade book and warm smiles, sour cream for the Learned Cat, and holidays to students. January 25, RUDN University celebrated students’ “professional” holiday.
One more year has passed, we are 61!
Willpower is synonymous with the lifestyle of RUDN University student Pavel Kerimov. He is the world champion in hand-to-hand fighting and multiple medalist of combat sambo, kickboxing and kung fu competitions. Read about how to combine master's studies and professional sports in the interview.
Qais Abdulqader from Yemen deliberately chose his future profession. He studied hard and being a third-year student he took the first place at an international oil companies forum. The student revealed the secret how to get the maximum benefit from studying at RUDN University and not be disappointed with your profession.
How to find the strength to write two diplomas, study in three countries, and develop a creative talent? RUDN student Danieal Ranjbar from Iran shared the secrets of his working capacity and confessed his love for his future profession.
“I am deeply convinced that if the goal is to change the world, journalism is the most effective weapon for this,” a master’s student of RUDN would readily agree with these words of the Oscar-winning British screenwriter. She believes that the profession of a journalist is the best way for a person with ambition and sharp tongue.
For a postgraduate student of RUDN Ulvi Ocaqli the University is part of a carefully planned career track. Studying is applied knowledge that is necessary for work.
An uncompromising desire to learn Russian led a Chinese student, Zhao Jielin, to a master’s degree, and then to a postgraduate course at RUDN. But in Russia, the girl chose international relations, not linguistics. As Zhao says, she has always wanted to discover new worlds and work in the field of communications. And that’s why advanced Russian could be an absolute advantage, because “international relations require excellent knowledge of the language”.
Aman Mohammad Soliman is a student of the Institute of Medicine of RUDN. Six years ago, he came from Afghanistan, dreaming of an engineering profession. But, as you know, the fate is playing with a man but man is playing the trumpet. Aman enrolled at the Institute of Medicine, today he’s planning to become an anaesthesiologist-resuscitator and is very proud of this choice.