Olympiad in Russian as a foreign language: who among RUDN international students knows Russian better?
The second round of the Olympiad was attended by 1st – 4th year foreign students, who had passed the correspondence written stage in their faculties. The in-person student competition was traditionally held separately in two directions - general humanitarian profiles and natural science and technical profiles. Participants presented and defended projects before the jury, the latter noting both good and fluent Russian (B2 +) and the culture of Russian verbal communication, as well as knowledge of regional geographic material and general cultural background material on the subject of the Olympiad and the ability to present this knowledge in a project in Russian.
The work of the finalists was evaluated by the heads of the teams of the faculties under the chairmanship of Elena Baryshnikova, PhD, associate professor of the department of the Russian language and the methodology of its teaching.
The jury awarded the following places to the participants of the competition for each direction:
Natural and technical profiles:
I place - Jaber Khalil Abed Alnacer Abedalkadera, Jordan, 3rd year, Medical Institute, specialty "General Medicine"
II place - Zeynal Abdin Husayn, Syria, 2nd year, Engineering Academy, specialty "Architecture"
III place - Khatib Yazid, Israel, 3rd year, Agrarian-Technological Institute, specialty "Veterinary"
I place - Li Ziyang, 3rd year, China, Faculty of Philology, specialty "Linguistics"
II place - Peter Stanchev, 1st year, Bulgaria, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, specialty "International Relations"
III place - Munkassa Maba Exosé Relia Vertyu, 2nd year, Congo, Faculty of Philology, specialty "Philology"
III place - Li Syalan, 2nd year, China, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, specialty “International Relations”
RUDN and MTS announce the launch of an online platform for learning Russian as a foreign language. Choose the Russian you need. Choose Smart-RUS.com
February 8, we returned to full-time education. Life began to boil again on the territory and in educational buildings. Some students smile, others are a little lost - they are not yet accustomed to the fact that now it is not possible to communicate through a monitor. But definitely everyone is happy to finally see fellow students and teachers live.
From February 8, RUDN University students return to classrooms. Only half the classroom is supposed to be occupied. Classes can take place in 2 or 3 shifts in accordance with the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor.