International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch

International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch

International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch October 17, Deputy director of the Institute of International Programs on informatization Savchenko N.A. participated in the International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch. School teachers and university professor
International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch October 17, Deputy director of the Institute of International Programs on informatization Savchenko N.A. participated in the International Conference on New Technologies in Education EdCrunch. School teachers and university professors, start-uppers, managers, venture investors and officials attended the event. EdCrunch aims to influence the development of new educational technologies and forms of learning in general and higher education, to initiate research in the field of digital pedagogy, to formulate new educational standards, to combine educational and IT communities.
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27 Jun
RUDN University and Roskachestvo sign a cooperation agreement

June 21, RUDN Rector Oleg Yastrebov and the head of Roskachestvo Maxim Protasov signed a cooperation agreement.

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24 Jun
RUR World University Ranking 2022: RUDN University in the top 100 best universities in the world in terms of teaching quality

RUDN University has risen from 401 to 361 place in the international RUR World University Ranking 2022 over the year. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia entered the top 100 universities in terms of “Teaching Quality”, ranking 95th in the world and 8th among Russian universities. In total, 1,024 universities were ranked in 2022 (869 in 2021).

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RUDN University enters the TOP-50 legendary brands of Russia

RUDN University was included in the list of winners in “Our Legends” nomination of the 50 Legendary Brands award from the “Komsomolskaya Pravda” media group. The people’s jury is more than 5 million readers of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” determined who was worthy of the award.