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Greece students participated in RUDN summer courses

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Greece students participated in RUDN summer courses


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Russian language tasks and exams, and also tours around Moscow are included in the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia summer courses. Students from Greece participate in Russian language classes. They are regulary learning Russian in the Kliuch (The Key) center in Thessaloniki, Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots in Greece website reported. 

Summer school participants studied with RUDN professors and also communicated with Russian peers. City tours, theater and museum program was organised for the guests. When the Russian language school was finished all participants  had to pass final exams. 

Leading universities of Russia traditionally conduct summer language schools for foreign students and schoolkids every year. For example Tambov State university opened the summer school for students from 10 countries including Europe, Asia and CIS.  

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