ETU "LETI" Is Waiting for Applicants from Lebanon
The work with students from Lebanon continues even during the pandemic; international unit representatives told about the possibilities of enrolling in ETU "LETI" and the features of studying at a Russian university.
ETU "LETI" systematically works in Lebanon: international unit representatives repeatedly traveled to the country to conduct career guidance events, meetings with applicants and graduates of Russian universities. On September 25, the Rossotrudnichestvo representative office in Lebanon held a meeting of students selected within the Russian government quota to study in the 2020-2021 academic year. The event, which took place at the cultural center using a combination of online and offline formats, gathered more than 100 participants in the concert hall. Representatives of five leading Russian universities took part in the event via video conference, and hundreds of students and applicants from Middle Eastern countries joined the live broadcast on the official page on Facebook.
The representative of the international unit Alexandra Kilina, Head of the Preparatory Department for International Students of ETU "LETI," took part in an online meeting and presented of the university. ETU "LETI" representative told about the bachelor's degree programs, the Preparatory Department, which will conduct classes remotely this year, how distance learning will be organized, and international seasonal schools, the participants of which can get a scholarship. To do this, one should contact Rossotrudnichestvo, apply for training, and fulfill the requirements.
"Rossotrudnichestvo representative office in Beirut contributes to the successful implementation of key tasks of the representative office in Lebanon. LETI was among the five leading universities in Russia, which attracted the interest of Lebanese students, so we were invited to participate in this meeting. First of all, they come to us for quota places. The best students, who will further study in Russian universities, are selected by competition".
Today, there are five students from Lebanon studying at ETU "LETI," and the university forecasts an increase in their number. As noted by the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Beirut, in the face of coronavirus pandemic, closed borders, distance learning, frequently changing rules, and adaptation of universities and students to new conditions in education, such a meeting was a unique opportunity to convey accurate information about the current epidemiological situation, passport and visa regulations, and support for students in Russia.