RTU MIREA Representatives joined the working group to select candidates from the Republic of Tajikistan for training in the Russian Federation
Representatives of the Institute of International Education and the RTU MIREA Office of International Relations took part in the selection tests conducted by the Rossotrudnichestvo Representative Mission in Tajikistan to implement Decree No. 891 of the Government of the Russian Federation of October 8, 2013 “On establishing the quotas for the education of foreign citizens and stateless persons in the Russian Federation".
The working group designed to select candidates from the Republic of Tajikistan to further train them in educational institutions of the Russian Federation for the academic year 2020/21, included representatives of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Dushanbe (Representative Office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Tajikistan), the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tajikistan and representatives of 18 partner Russian universities: RTU MIREA, STANKIN, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography, Siberian Federal University, Pacific State University, North-Caucasian Federal University and others.
Qualifying events were held at the Bokhtar State University named after N. Khusrava (Bokhtar), Kulyab State University named after A. Rudaki (Kulyab) and Tajik National University (Dushanbe). In total, more than two thousand schoolchildren took part in the selection tests.
Mikhail Vozhdaev, head of the Rossotrudnichestvo Representative Office in Tajikistan, and Muhammaddovud Salomiyon, first deputy minister of education and science of the Republic of Tajikistan, wished school-leavers success, good luck and good results in the future exams.
Also, RTU MIREA representatives conducted a series of career guidance events for students and their parents on the basis of the Center for International Programs of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tajikistan and Kazan Education Pre-university training center in Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan. In their presentations they spoke about the University, rules of admission, areas of study, requirements of migration registration, the possibility to studying on a budgetary basis, and other issues. Everyone could personally communicate with representatives of the University, ask questions that were of interest, and receive all the necessary information.