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Student exchanges with Russian universities discussed in Mexico City

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Student exchanges with Russian universities discussed in Mexico City


09.06.2021

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A meeting dedicated to cooperation between Russian and Mexican universities took place in Mexico City.

A representative of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University Dmitry Drobyshev, an employee of the Russian Agency for International Cooperation Georgy Makartichan and Director of the Russian House of Mexico Victoria Stasyuk spoke for Russia.

Mexico was represented by the head of the National Polytechnic Institute Arturo Reyes, the deputy head of the agro-industrial sector of the National Chamber of the Processing Industry Diana Arrioja and the representative of the Mexican Space Agency Mario Arreola.

The participants discussed the inclusion of the study of Russian as a foreign language in undergraduate programs, student and academic exchanges, and the development of a double degree program.

It is also planned to exchange teachers who teach national sports, folk music and dance.

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