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The second forum of rectors of Russia and Korea was opened in Primorye

29 November in Primorye launched the second forum of rectors of leading universities in Russia and the Republic of Korea. It will be held from 29 on 30 November on Russky Island in the Far Eastern Federal University.

As reported in the organizing committee of the forum, the participants of the event will be the heads of 12 Russian and 13 Korean universities, as well as students, representatives of scientific and public organizations.

The upcoming forum will bring together rectors of six federal universities of the country: Southern, Baltic, Ural, Northern (Arctic), North-Eastern and Far Eastern, as well as the A.S. Pushkin, St. Petersburg State University, National Research Nuclear University "MEPhI", Peoples' Friendship University of Russia and a number of others. Heads of the universities of Jeonbuk, Wuson, Cottongne, Kukmin, Yongsan, Gyeonggi Seongkyongkwan, Hankuk, Hanyang, as well as the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea State University of Arts, Seoul Cyber ​​University will arrive from Korea for the meeting.

The program of the forum provides for a number of bilateral negotiations between the rectors of the two countries. As a result of which agreements and cooperation agreements will be signed.

The first Forum of Rectors of leading universities of Russia and the Republic of Korea was held in 2013 in Seoul. Then the heads of universities focused on discussing the issues of reforming higher education and finding ways of cooperation between education and business. The closing of the forum was attended by the Presidents of the two countries, Vladimir Putin and Pak Kun Hye.

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