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Russian-French Partnership

In his opening speech Vice Rector for International Affairs Aleksey Korchunov said that an academic exchange agreement singed by the two universities in 2012 provided the very first ground for cooperation between the two partners. Today NMSTU is a participant in the Erasmus+ programme, which encouraged many staff members to take up foreign languages. So far engineering degree students only have been taken part in the academic exchange, so the plan is to also make the programme popular among the students of humanities.

In his turn, Laurent Villermet told a brief history of the early relationship between the two universities, expressed his thanks to all who have been involved and confessed it was his privilege to make his contribution to strengthening the parnership.

Not only students but also teachers participate in the Erasmus+ programme. Mr. Nikolaev from the NMSTU teaching staff told the audience about his experience of giving lectures at Jean Monnet University, about the issues that Russian students may face when studying in a foreign country. He also mentioned the plans  for further cooperation and introduced the Bachelor’s students who are going to study at Jean Monnet University in September.

It is obvious that the two partner universities keep working on expanding the scope of their cooperation making long-term plans and hoping for their successful realisation.

Irina Portnova, Information Policy Office

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