Dubna State University and Maria Curie-Skłodowska University of Poland will train physicists together
7 February 2022
On February 1, the universities have signed a cooperation agreement. Its first topic will be the development and approval of a joint educational program of double degrees in the field of Physics.
The signing ceremony was conducted during a video conference. The rectors of the universities, D. Fursaev and R. Dobrovolsky, have expressed confidence in the great potential of the joint educational and scientific activity of the universities.
As part of the new educational program in Physics, it is planned to promote the practice of student mobility, collaborative education and preparation of graduate qualification works by students of both universities. A student completing this program will receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from both universities.
This unique program will present new opportunities for education and allow students to learn more about the culture of Russia and Poland.
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, located in Lublin, is the largest state university of Poland. It was founded in 1944. It has 11 faculties with 39 domains of study and over 120 specializations.