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FEFU to open center of learning Russian in Hanoi

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FEFU to open center of learning Russian in Hanoi


15.08.2018

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Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) opens its subdivision in the Vietnam capital, PrimaMedia information agency reports. It will operate at the University of Hanoi. This will be the first and the only subdivision of the Russian higher education university in the Asian country, FEFU says.

It is planned that the heads of the two universities will sign the agreement on cooperation during the Eastern Economic Forum. The capital of Primorsky Krai Vladivostok carries out the EEF in September.

The Vietnamese side proposed to open in Hanoi a center for training the Russian language specialists. They plan to organize the joint development of methods for teaching Russian as a foreign language, thematic summer schools and many other activities.

FEFU attracts intellectual powers of the Asia-Pacific region, the Russian university reminded. For several years it has been the leader of the Russian education in the Far East. That is why Vietnamese partners are interested in developing cooperation with it.

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