Classes at the Pre-University Platform have started today!
There are 12 countries with us: Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, Latvia, Italy, Egypt, Nigeria, Iraq, India, Turkey, Tajikistan and Georgia. This counts for more than seven time zones. Our teachers work with students from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. This is a new reality, where students from all over the world interact and study with one objective in mind: Learn Russian.
By the way, the most popular professional area is Medical and Biological Sciences. We know for sure that our new generation of doctors are globally in the urge to beat this Pandemic.
In total, our learning platform offers the possibility to study Russian and the academic language of five professional areas! You can choose:
- Humanitarian Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Medical and Biological Sciences
Do not hesitate to get in contact with us to know more about our courses!
You can go to info.langrus.rudn.ru to send a request for additional information and have the opportunity for a free Trial Course in our platform!
On November 23, 2022, Chev. Prof. Mario Pace, (Ph.D. (Melit), Associate Professor, Head of the Department, Languages and Humanities Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malta, language consultant to the Minister of Education) gave lecture entitled “Languages and Translation in the Context of Intercultural Communication” within the framework of the academic and methodological online seminar of the Foreign Languages Department of the Agrarian and Technological Institute of RUDN University held via MS Teams. The event attracted an audience of more than 80 guests.
RUDN University students are among the winners and prize-winners of the Second International Student Contest of Professionally Oriented Translation, which was attended by 876 participants from 6 countries. 1,316 works were presented in 11 categories of the competition. Over 160 were disqualified for machine translation.
September 14, 2022, the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko spoke to RUDN University students on the eve of World Patient Safety Day.