The academic year starts on September 1. Study mode in the first semester
BACHELORS AND SPECIALISTS
First-year bachelor and specialist students will begin to study in a full-time mode. Within three days from the date of the issuance of the enrollment order, first-year students will have access to corporate mail and information resources of RUDN University.
To stream students, classes will be held in two shifts — before 2:00 pm and after 2:00 pm 6 days a week. A six-day study week and two shifts will ensure social distancing. Sport classes will be organized, if possible, in the open air (subject to weather conditions).
The University Academic Board recommended that faculties, institutes and academies conduct lectures mainly online. Records of lectures are compulsorily published in TUIS (telecommunication educational information system).
You can enter and stay in the university building only wearing masks and gloves. At the entrance, body temperature will be taken, between shifts classrooms will be washed with disinfectants.
First-year students have the right to study remotely and not attend classes in person. To do this, submit an application to the dean’s office. You will be provided with teaching materials in electronic form.
Students of the 2nd and 3rd years of the bachelor program, students of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years of the specialist program begin studies this semester in a distance format. Transition to face-to-face format will depend on the specifics of the area of training, as well as the state of the pandemic situation. Labs rescheduled from last year will be priority.
The order of the educational process of the graduating courses of bachelors and specialists is determined by the faculty, institute and academy.
MASTERS, POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS, MEDICAL RESIDENTS
The Academic Board of the University recommended that faculties, institutes, academies begin master’s studies this semester in a distance format, and from the second semester — full-time.
RUDN postgraduate students and residents also start the academic year remotely. Exception is students who are engaged in research work, undergo practical training, and also conduct laboratory research at RUDN University.
PART-TIME AND CORRESPONDENCE FORMS
Teaching part-time and correspondence students will also be organized remotely. Students will begin laboratory and practical work in full-time format from November 1, 2020.
Individual curricula will be developed for international students who are unable to start studying in full-time format. Students of the Faculty of the Russian Language and General Education Disciplines will have access to the materials of the digital preparatory faculty.
Foreign students who have returned to Russia will be able to start face-to-face studies after completing 14 days of self-isolation from the date of arrival. They will be able to spend this period in RUDN University hostel. A Volunteer Center will work in each building of the hostel.
For all students who begin distance learning, faculties will prepare a schedule of online consultations.
Stay tuned for updates. Each faculty, institute and academy will give explanations and instructions, as well as consultations on the organization of the educational process.
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