Congratulations to the winners and prize-winners of the RUDN Open Olympiad for foreign citizens

Congratulations to the winners and prize-winners of the RUDN Open Olympiad for foreign citizens

The jury summed up the results of the RUDN Open Olympiad for foreign citizens held in full-time format in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Ethiopia before the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the results of 13 Olympiads in 6 subjects: mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology and social science, 26 participants were recognized as winners and 38 as prize-winners.

We congratulate the winners and prize-winners, and we hope to see you all among the students of our University soon.

List of winners 

 

Mathematics:          

                  

  • Clara Musenya Musyoka (Kenya)
  • John Kunari Ngigi  (Kenya)
  • Manzi Kevin (Rwanda)
  • Idadukunda Prince Maxime (Rwanda)
  • Zephylin Dusengimana (Rwanda)
  • Leul Getachew Demile (Ethiopia)
  • Riesom Tadesse Hagos (Ethiopia)
  • Legese Kehaliw (Ethiopia)
  • Natnael Fasil (Ethiopia)

 

Computer science:

 

  • Joyce Wangui Karumba (Kenya)
  • Franklin Nyakundi (Kenya)
  • Otieno Lameck Oduka (Kenya)
  • Kevin Leresi Leparwa (Kenya)
  • Mark Makimel Waweru (Kenya)

 

Physics:

 

  • Teshome Yemer Bitew (Ethiopia)
  • Gemechis Zelalem (Ethiopia)
  • Biniyam Tadesse Atinafu (Ethiopia)

 

Chemistry:

 

  • Franklin Nyakundi (Kenya)
  • Nanyonga Celine Venita (Uganda)
  • Sebuchu Emmanuel Terry (Uganda)
  • Kalkidan Zemedkun Abera (Ethiopia)
  • Fenet Teshome (Ethiopia)

 

Biology:

 

  • Alaru Nobert (Uganda) 
  • Kamara Mathias (Uganda)

 

Social studies:

 

  • Segni Fikiru (Ethiopia)
  • Nurayne Suleman (Ethiopia)

List of prize-winners

 

Mathematics:

 

  • Solomon Mdungu (Kenya)
  • Melly Cornelius Kirwa (Kenya)
  • Billy Otuma (Kenya)
  • Ndayishimiye Fabrice (Rwanda)
  • Iradukunda Jean De Dieu (Rwanda)
  • Iradukunda Kevin Jonathan (Rwanda)
  • Korusemge Msamzimfura Obed (Rwanda)
  • Shhimirwa Mahoro Christian (Rwanda)
  • Melese Yemer (Ethiopia)
  • Tessema Tariku Terefe (Ethiopia)
  • Kenean Bizuayehu (Ethiopia)
  • Belayneh Birhanu (Ethiopia)

 

Computer science: 

 

  • Victor Irungu Leyian (Kenya)
  • Vincent Kipngeno (Kenya)
  • Marusol Denis (Kenya)
  • Simon Ndungu (Kenya)

 

Physics:

 

  • Tessema Tariku Terefe (Ethiopia)
  • Ambesaw Asresu Wubneh (Ethiopia)
  • Getachew Dagnaw Workie (Ethiopia)
  • Andualem Fetene Teka (Ethiopia)
  • Alemu Abate Asheber (Ethiopia)
  • Girma Tufa Gesesse (Ethiopia)

 

Chemistry:

 

  • Mwesigye Siima Stacy (Uganda)
  • Nannungi Lubnah Gava (Uganda)
  • Eyob Amante (Ethiopia)
  • Habtamu Midekesa (Ethiopia)
  • Ibsa Siyoum (Ethiopia)
  • Abdi Bedasa Dassie (Ethiopia)
  • Liya Desalegn (Ethiopia)

 

Biology: 

 

  • Daniel Olila (Uganda)
  • Asuman Kyabise (Uganda)

 

Social studies:

 

  • Flagot Workneh (Ethiopia)
  • Mahlet Abebaw (Ethiopia)
  • Angatu Badhasa (Ethiopia)
  • Jalele Elias (Ethiopia)
  • Daniel Kebere (Ethiopia)
  • Eden Mulugeta (Ethiopia)
  • Hawi Kebeta (Ethiopia)

Dear winners and prize-winners, please note that you can choose the direction of training in the program here:

To speed up the process of admission and if you have any questions, please contact us at: e-mail: intprojects@rudn.ru

tel.: +7 (495) 434-70-16, fax: +7 (495) 434-65-01

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