YuSU and Rossotrudnichestvo agreed on a partnership
Yugra State University has signed a cooperation agreement with the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation.

The head of the Agency, Evgeny Primakov, and the rector of Yugra State University, Roman Kuchin, signed the agreement.

The parties agreed to develop cooperation to strengthen the position of the Russian language abroad, to realize projects in the oil industry, law, ecology, psychology and pedagogy. In addition, the parties discussed the participation of university staff in the "Mission Dobro" Program of Rossotrudnichestvo.

"By the way, YuSU has been actively promoting educational programs abroad for a long time. In 21 years of work the university has graduated more than 300 foreign students from 17 countries. Cooperation with Rossotrudnichestvo is a great honor and an important event not only for the university, but for the region in general. The signed agreement opens up great opportunities for cooperation with foreign universities and strengthening academic ties, it will attract more foreign students and improve the quality of training, as well as open up new prospects for students", - said Roman Viktorovich.


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