A presentation of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation was held
The University of Belgrade Faculty of Law has held a panel presenting the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation from Moscow on January 31st 2019. The support for the project and its realization has come, besides our Faculty, from the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Serbia, the „Russian House“ Russian Centre of Science and Culture as well as from the Bar Association of Belgrade. The International Consulting Group (ICG) from Belgrade and its associate, Natalija Radivojević, the student-ambassador of the Financial University, a master’s student of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and a scholarship holder of Rossotrudnichestvo have organized this event with the goal of introducing the youth to the possibilities of studying in the Russian Federation.
The panel was opened with the addressals by the Vice-Dean for International Cooperation Assistant Professor Dr Jelena Lepetić, Deputy Director of the „Russian Home“ Vasily Galaktionov and Secretary of the Board of the Bar Association of Belgrade, Mr. Dragoslav Ljubičanović. Next was the lecture by Natalija Radivojević, who spoke of the history and development of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, as well as the studying possibilities and application procedure. The presented University is one of the oldest and leading educational institutions of the Russian Federation, with more than 50.000 students and more than 3.000 lecturers, 15 faculties, 10 Moscow campuses, 27 regional branches and 19 different specialist institutes. Special importance is given to international cooperation. The University participates in academic exchange with 55 higher education institutions throughout the world, and 1.300 foreign students from more than 60 countries are currently studying there. The University also contains a one-year Preparatory Faculty, where students from abroad intensively improve their knowledge of the Russian language and expert terminology necessary for the continuation of studies in the higher education institutions of the Russian Federation.
Natalija Radivojević has also conveyed her personal experience and invited the students to use the excellent opportunities for studying in Russia. Mr. Aleksey Zhukov, first secretary to the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Serbia, multiple professors and associates of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, representatives of the Bar Association and many students have attended the panel.