Volleyball, Euro Valencia 2016 and our first gold medal! RUDN University women’s volleyball team won the World student tournament at Euro Valencia 2016
RUDN University team participated in the International festival of student sport in Spain and became the first Russian student team to win a gold medal.
Euro Valencia 2016 – sport event and a meeting point. The championship aims to encourage student sport and develop mutual understanding between students of different countries and cultures and form professional relations between future experts.
115 teams from 27 universities (including Top – 500 universities) participated: Aix-Marseille University (France), University of Sussex (Great Britain), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT, Germany), La Universitat Politècnicade València (Spain), University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy), Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC, Italy), etc.
RUDN University team fought with the best volleyball teams from Romania, Italy, Serbia, Croatia and Germany to enter the finals with the team of Belgrade university and win with the score 3:0 becoming the winner of Euro Valencia 2016!
The new list of federal innovation sites (FIS) of the Russian Federation includes 30 new organizations. Among them is the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. This became possible thanks to the development of the Digital Preparatory Faculty of RUDN University.
RUDN rose to the 26th position in the UI GreenMetric 2022 ranking and confirmed the status of the “greenest” university in Russia. The ranking includes 1,050 world universities, of which 52 are Russian.
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia is represented in all 16 subject rankings and in five out of six subject profiles of the Expert Analytical Center ranking. RUDN University showed the best results in the following areas: “Ecology” and “Agriculture and Biological Sciences” — 1st place. “Mathematics”, “Chemistry”, “Artificial Intelligence”, “Renewable Energy” are in the TOP — 5 subject ranking. In total, 152 universities were ranked in 2022 (137 in 2021).