«South Africa» cluster is growing. RUDN delegation holds negotiations with Namibian industrial partners

«South Africa» cluster is growing. RUDN delegation holds negotiations with Namibian industrial partners

RUDN representatives held a number of meetings with Namibian major employers to discuss enlarging of «South Africa» cluster at the expense of companies interested in getting trained staff and ready to participate in joint Russian-Namibian educational and industrial projects.

The University of Namibia is planning to open RUDN specialized classes and joint Master’s programs. The idea of the Cluster is supported by the Ministry of higher education of Namibia as well as major companies of the country. Nampower, one of the leading companies of the country expressed its willingness to join RUDN International Employers’ Club to be formed in 2018. Russia is one of priority regions for Namibia, so a lot of companies are ready to cooperate with both Russian HEIs and Russian companies.

Fabufarm pharmaceutical company said it is ready to accept RUDN students for internship and further job placement. The two parties are considering a cooperation agreement

In the course of the negotiations management of a large metallurgical plant Dundee decided to move the research base to Namibian University where RUDN educational site will be created.

All companies expressed their readiness to join RUDN International Employers’ Club.

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