RUDN on the way of developing educational initiatives in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship

RUDN on the way of developing educational initiatives in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship

22-26 September, 2017, RUDN delegation took part in the Rectors’ Forum «One belt – one way» aimed at developing education in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship

The main themes of the Forum were: enhancing inter-university cooperation in the field of building educational trajectories in innovations and entrepreneurship, educational reforms at universities, revealing and supporting talent, promoting effective mechanisms of university - state authorities - enterprises interaction.

The event united representatives of 94 leading Chinese universities and more than 50 universities of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, North and South America.

RUDN signed a cooperation agreement with Xian University and held negotiations with Xian University of foreign languages on opening specialized classes.

RUDN stand attracted a lot of participants and became a site for professional discussion and exchange of ideas and experience.

The Forum was supported by Chinese governmental structures, university community and businesses interested in the development of the educational component of «One belt – one way» initiative.

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