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RUDN in "the Priority 2030

RUDN in "the Priority 2030

On September 27 the minister of science and the highest educations Valery Nikolaevich Falkov declared the list of the participating organizations of the Priority 2030 program. Demands were created by 191 higher education institution, the total list entered only 106 higher education institutions.

RUDN among winners.

Among the winners are 80 universities subordinate to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The other universities are institutions of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Agriculture, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. All universities of the Priority 2030 will receive the basic part of the grant for 100 million rubles.

For reference

The goal of the Priority 2030 program is to form a broad group of universities that will become leaders in creating new scientific knowledge, technologies and developments for implementation in the Russian economy and social sphere. Learn more about the “Priority 2030”.

The list of universities participating in the Priority 2030 selected based on the results of the commission’s review of development programs.

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