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Vietnamese students will study in Vladivostok
The Russian Ministry of Education has increased the quota for Vietnamese students who wish to study at the Far Eastern Federal University. Deputy head of the Ministry of Education and Science Alexander Klimov stated this at the 17 meeting of the intergovernmental Russian-Vietnamese commission for trade, economic and scientific-technical cooperation.
“We have good relations with the Vietnamese side in the field of education. In addition, there are serious positive developments in the field of science. At present, a number of projects have been selected, which in the future will be jointly financed on a parity basis, the Interfax-Far East news agency quoted him as saying. - There are a number of topics that are interesting due to the fact that Vietnam is in special climatic conditions. We are talking about medicine, agriculture, adaptation of various technical devices to work in harsh conditions of high humidity. "
The Vietnamese are showing an increased interest in nuclear energy. According to the rector of the Far Eastern Federal University Sergei Ivants, who also took part in the work of the joint commission, this year students from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam will be able to study at the expense of the budget. The corresponding agreements have already been signed by representatives of FEFU and Rosatom.
“The first 80 Vietnamese students have already started their studies. During the year they will study the Russian language and from 2015 they will start training in the chosen specialty, - quotes the words of the rector of ITAR-TASS. “In Vietnam, it is planned to build several nuclear reactors, each requiring from a thousand to two thousand specialists to maintain.”
This year, Russia has allocated 600 budget-funded places for young Vietnamese in the country's leading universities. Atomic students who receive their education in Vladivostok will be able to find work at new nuclear power plants. Rosatom is now starting the construction of the first nuclear power plant, Ninh Thuan-1, in this tropical republic. It will start generating current as early as 2020. In total, 13 nuclear power facilities will appear in Vietnam in the near future. FEFU teachers will help to close the personnel issue.