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Montenegrin students: first contact

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On 24 July, 2016 Russian New University (RosNOU) granted Certificates to students from the University of Montenegro (Univerzitet Crne Gore) who studied at RosNOU in the spring semester in the frames of a student exchange programme.

The Certificates were handed out by the Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs Grigoriy A. Shabanov.

— You’ve managed to change the stereotypes of European students, – said the Vice-Rector to the Montenegrin students. — We are grateful to you that you were active and participated in all student events that took place in our university. We will do our best to make stronger the relations between our countries, universities and students.

The students from the University of Montenegro were given a RosNOU film about all the events they participated in. In return they presented RosNOU with a poster manifesting their love to the university and shared their impressions of the exchange programme:

Aleksa Pavičevič: «I was born in Moscow and that is why I love this city. During our stay here I had an opportunity to meet old friends and acquaintances. And those students who hadn’t had friends here made new ones. Besides, classes at the university were interesting, we learned a lot of new things. We will come back to Russia without a shadow of a doubt».

Branislava Tuša-Galickaja: «Most of all university events I remembered the Festival of Peoples’ Friendship. It was really interesting. Moscow also left a very good impression on me. There are many beautiful places here. And, of course, I liked the Russian people. We met lots of nice people, made friends both at the students’ residence and university».

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Ivanka Simonovič: «I really liked that RosNOU holds different student events (Festival of Peoples’ Friendship, Doors Open Days and so on). It gives the students an opportunity to demonstrate their individuality, creativity, imagination and curiosity. But in my opinion, the duration of a class – three hours is too long. Students get tired and stop paying».

Ivan Vujovič: «I won’t say many words. But my impression is that I would very much like to relive this experience again. Thank you».

Nataša Novakovič: «Our professors and the Dean are very nice people. The Faculty of Business Technologies gave us an opportunity to present Montenegro. I also got acquainted with the culture of Russia and met different people. When one is placed into another culture, he or she changes, learns a lot and sometimes sees his or her own faults more clearly. And without it success is impossible. I am happy that I was a RosNOU student».

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