The second semester at RUDN University begins in a remote format
In February, students of the Medical institute will also study remotely, only interim testing and eliminating academic debts will be in person in compliance with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor. 180 students and 50 residents in February will be helping doctors in the “red zones” — for them, studies will be organized according to individual curricula.
Laboratory work (in particular, for engineers, medical students, ecologists, students of the Faculty of Science and students of the Agrarian and Technological Institute), practical seminars in specialized disciplines are scheduled to begin on February 28.
The exception is international students who are currently studying Russian at the preparatory faculty and live in dormotories across the street from the academic buildings. They will continue to study Russian in person, in small groups of up to 10 people, in compliance with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor.
This decision was made due to the speed of the spread of a new strain of coronavirus. If there is even one sick person, it will be necessary to lockdown the entire group.
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.
All students — citizens of the Russian Federation and foreign citizens who have an opportunity to enter Russia, will start in-person training in the 2022/2023 academic year. Part of the lectures will be online, the format of the classes will be indicated in the schedule.
Anastasia Voevodina, a third-year student at the RUDN University Institute of Ecology, treats environmental issues with great responsibility. The girl successfully combines her studies with volunteer activities.