On 10th May, 2017 Russian New University (RosNOU) concluded an agreement on cooperation with the Investigative Committee of Russia (ICR). The document was signed by the Rector of RosNOU Vladimir A. Zernov and the Chairman of ICR Alexander I. Bastrykin.— During 25 years of its activities the University has trained more than 15 thousand graduates in law, — noted Mr. Zernov. — Today many of our graduates work in key positions in state government bodies, local administration, law-enforcement authorities, including divisions of the Investigative Committee. Students of our Law Faculty regularly do internships with the Investigative Committee of Russia, and the signed agreement will only promote further development of our cooperation.
The document confirms intention of the University and Investigative Committee to cooperate in such spheres as law, science and education, jointly train experts in Jurisprudence, arrange internships in different departments of the Committee, organize conferences, seminars and symposiums, share experience in applying cutting edge methods of teaching, carry out joint research.