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Universities of Arkhangelsk and China launched joint program

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Universities of Arkhangelsk and China launched joint program


13.10.2021

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More than 50 students have started their bachelor's degree program in oil and gas business. The program is launched by the Northern Arctic Federal University and Yulin University, TASS reports.

It is planned that Chinese students will study at home for the first three years, and then will spend a year in Arkhangelsk. The lectures will be held in three languages ​​at once - Chinese, Russian and English. The Minsitry of Education of China allocated a grant for the creation of this program. 

It is the first joint oil and gas project uniting universities of the two countries.

During the first year, a Russian language teacher will work at Yulin University, while NArFU teachers will Join in for the 2nd and the 3rd years. 

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