He who finds information the fastest rules the world. RUDN Rector meets best graduates 2017
22 June, best RUDN graduates shared their problems and asked questions to the Rector.
“Before we said- he who has information rules the world. Today we say- he who finds information the fastest rules the world”, said Vladimir Filippov.
The most frequently asked question is about availability of books in the library and its working hours. Many students asked to make working hours longer and make a coworking zone in the library.
Rector said that the library is already being re-designed and re-furnished to make it more comfortable for the students.
RUDN Rector meets graduates every year to answer their questions and let them share ideas for the benefit of the university.
This year the meeting was timed to the awarding of Graduate 100,000 – Battharai Hari, a medical student from Nepal as well as volleyball, tennis and powerlifting champions.
Mahmud Yasin from Palestine got a photo with the Rector’s inscription “I wish you to always make the right choice!”.
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.