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What are the best study opportunities in Russia and Belarus?

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What are the best study opportunities in Russia and Belarus?


Russian Center at the University of Mons organised a meeting in the frames of the Week of Study Abroad program dedicated to Russian and Belarus foreign students' training. Russian Studies faculty professors, Research Fellow at the Centre for International Relations, and Peoples' Friendship University of Russia representatives were participating in the event. 

Learning abroad is a mandatory part of the study program. Students have to choose where to take the training. The point of this presentation was to provide young people with a full information on Russian and Belorussian universities. 

Senior student have talked about their experience studying in Russia and Belarus. They have told also about  their travels, cultural experiences, dormitory life, Russian cuisine, weather, etc.

Clair Reverse, Mons

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