RUDN delegation holds talks on cooperation with University of Mauritius

RUDN delegation holds talks on cooperation with University of Mauritius

The cooperation agreement will be signed in the near future. The agreement was reached during the negotiations of RUDN delegation with the vice chancellor of the University of the Republic of Mauritius.

The parties are planning student exchange, included training, joint master's and PhD programs, cooperation in engineering, natural sciences, agronomy, linguistics, journalism.

The meeting was held within the framework of solemn events on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Mauritius.

RUDN is the first Russian university, whose representatives have visited the country with the purpose of establishing scientific and educational contacts during the last several decades.

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RUDN has been training highly qualified specialists for the Republic of Mauritius since 1960, over 150 specialists in the field of medicine, construction and veterinary have been trained over the past period. As of today, 2 citizens of Mauritius study at RUDN.

The University of Mauritius was founded in 1966, to provide quality education, creation and dissemination of knowledge through research and innovative approaches in the interests of the country and its national economy. More than 10 thousand students study at the university.

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