RUSSIAN DIGITAL COOPERATION
The new online course will help foreign prospective students get admitted into Russian universities
More than 2,000 school students and teachers across the globe completed the Young Engineer Course, prepared with the grant support programme from Rossotrudnichestvo in 2019.
School students from 16 countries participated in the virtual laboratory project of making items of polymer composites, developers from the Inginirium Bauman MSTU reported.
Rossotrudnichestvo in concert with the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation launched new motivational educational online programmes on the relevant topics of the digital economy.
In late 2019, YouTube premiered a new cycle with the Kikoriki – The ABC of Digital Literacy for junior students of Russian schools abroad.
The finals of the international competition for bachelor and master degree students who study in the disciplines of information and communication technology has been rescheduled for autumn.
In 2020, Rossotrudnichestvo in concert with Aventa will set up an internet portal for the community of Russian scientists working abroad.
The final round of the Digital Knowledge Transfer contest has been postponed. The onsite round should have been held in Moscow in early April, and now the contestants have to wait the end of the epidemic.
As part of the Human Resources for the Digital Economy federal project within the scope of the Digital Economy of the Russian Federation nationwide project, Rossotrudnichestvo is launching Knigovorot.
More than 450 practicing educators – teachers of Russian language, physics, mathematics and IT technology from around the world – attended the 2nd International Online Security Conference held via Zoom on 16-17 May 2020.
Online conference entitled Russian University as an Integral Element for Development of Public Diplomacy took place on 12 May 2020.