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Inauguration of Joint Russian-Chinese University in Shenzhen

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Inauguration of Joint Russian-Chinese University in Shenzhen


13.09.2017

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Joint Russian-Chinese University grand opening took place in China’s capital of innovational development Shenzhen, Ministry of Education reports. .

President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin have extended their greetings to teachers and students of the new university.

As Vladimir Putin underlined, work of this institution will contribute to deepening of relations and cultural ties between the peoples of our countries. He believes that graduates will be requested not only in Russia and China, but also around the globe.

It is worth reminding that the construction of this university started last May. Students will have internships in the largest business companies. Graduates will speak three languages: Chinese, Russian and English. Lectures will be delivered in Russian, whereas master’s programmes to be conducted in English and the rest of lessons to be taught in Chinese.

According to Lomonosov Moscow State University Rector Viktor Sadovnichy, the competition for entry was very rigorous. Bachaleareate departments include Russian Language and Literature, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Informatics, Economics.


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