New Year Congratulations of RUDN Rector and RUDN President
On behalf of RUDN University and personally, I would like to congratulate you on the New Year — 2021!
May the New Year bring you luck, success, fulfilled wishes, warm meetings and incredible trips!
May close people, faithful friends and reliable partners always stay with you!
May your life in the New Year be filled with happy moments, good news, new opportunities and creative ideas!
And most importantly, be healthy, take care of yourself and your loved ones!
Happy New Year 2021, dear RUDN staff and students!
We are famous for being a university without borders, a university of friendship, a university open to the whole world!
This year we have been looking at each other through computer monitors, replacing handshakes with emails and learning to see smiles behind protective masks.
The year was unpredictable and difficult.
But it is not for nothing that the anthem of the university says “I love RUDN — this is a difficult word to pronounce (in Russian ‘difficult’ is tRUDNoye)”, because we are not afraid of difficulties and solve them together.
We had to change our habits, but we have kept traditions and remained true to the principles of equality and professionalism. We have rediscovered the world and expanded the boundaries of geography. We have celebrated RUDN anniversary and entered the new decade. We remained kindhearted.
New Year is going to bring us new ideas and projects, new meetings, new knowledge and opportunities!
Take care of yourself, help your loved ones, enjoy little things in life and use every opportunity to be happy and successful. Open the world without borders with international, research, talented, creative and sportive — such a versatile RUDN University!
More than 200 students from 40 countries will come to RUDN in July, 2022, to fight for the World Cup in powerlifting.
Zoya is now in Tokyo for the 16th Summer Paralympic Games. The most important start of her sports career will take place on 28 August. She participates in swimming competitions among people with locomotive disabilities.
At the age of 18, Anastasia founded the Casablanca dance school, where she attracted an investment of 42 million rubles. Now 26, she has created a health management service called Checkme. In 2021, she was nominated for the “30 Most Promising Russians Under 30” ranking according to Forbes in the “Entrepreneurs” category. Read her interview to know how to run a business and achieve success, what tests entrepreneurs go through and about self-development.