Representatives of Latin American diplomatic missions in Moscow meet at RUDN

Representatives of Latin American diplomatic missions in Moscow meet at RUDN

30 March, 2018, Natalia Syulkova, deputy Vice-Rector on international activity met representatives of Latin American diplomatic missions, among them – Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Bolivia, to discuss RUDN admission campaign 2018/2019, cooperation prospects and migration legislation for students studying in the RF.

N.Syulkova gave statistics on international students from the region studying at RUDN. RUDN academics presented a number of postgraduate and medical residency programs of the Agrarian and Technological Institute (ATI), Engineering Academy and the Faculty of Science, ATI English-taught programs “Agroprocessing” and “Organic farming” generating most interest.

Diplomats voiced their concern about issues of studies, accommodation in hostels, medical services and everyday life.  They asked questions about tuition, educational programs and applying in RUDN through recruiting companies.

The parties are ready to continue cooperation and increase the number of Latin American students in RUDN University.

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