"I wish the following year to be full of positive emotions, warm meetings and bright discoveries. Be healthy, happy and successful!", Vladimir Filippov

"I wish the following year to be full of positive emotions, warm meetings and bright discoveries. Be healthy, happy and successful!", Vladimir Filippov

Dear colleagues and friends,

 

Another year is behind us. We thank it for the achievements, experience and opportunities it gave us, and we are looking forward to the New Year with new hopes!

 

Let 2020 bring you closer to achieving your goals, instill determination to implement ambitious plans, and give you faith in goodness, miracles, and your own strength!

 

I wish the following year to be full of positive emotions, warm meetings and bright discoveries. Be healthy, happy and successful!

 

2020 will be a special year for us – RUDN University is celebrating its 60th anniversary!

 

Together we create the history of a university that brings together students from 157 countries - a university that is unique!

 

Happy New Year!

Vladimir Filippov
Rector of RUDN University, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education
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