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Russian language class to open in Zambia for university applicant

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Russian language class to open in Zambia for university applicant


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A Russian language class for those wishing to study at Russian universities will open in Livingstone, one of the largest cities in Zambia. This decision was made by the Department of Education of the city following the results of the exhibition of Russian education, which took place in the Livingston National Museum, the Rossotrudnichestvo website reports.

Six leading Russian universities presented their programs at the exhibition of Russian education in Zambia. The participants of the event were able to get acquainted with the areas of training at the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, the National Research Technological University, the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, the Tomsk Polytechnic University and other universities in Russia.

Russkiy Mir reported that 120 inhabitants of African countries took part in online seminars on the Russian language held by philologists from Moscow State University. After two weeks of classes, the course participants, most of whom started learning the Russian language from scratch, were able to tell about themselves and their hobbies, as well as about their homeland.

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