Kuban State Agrarian University went online to tell schoolchildren and teachers from Cholpon-Ata, the Kyrgyz Republic, about the advantages of education in Russia.
Eleonora Naynodina, Head of the Department of International and External Relations, welcomed them warmly. The meeting began with an introduction to KubSAU through a video about the life and history of the university, its educational, scientific, and extracurricular activities.
Larisa Algasheva, Head of the Center for Work with Foreign Students, spoke in detail about the fields of study and admission rules. She also told applicants from abroad how they can go to university.
Video greetings from Kyrgyz students were a nice surprise for schoolchildren. “Not long ago, I graduated from the same school. Now I am a second-year student at one of the best universities in the South of Russia! I am waiting for everyone in Krasnodar. I am ready to help you with adaptation at Kuban SAU,” Valeria Vorocheva, a Processing Technology student, addressed the schoolchildren.
Today, the university is the centre for international education, where students from 50 countries of the world including 18 students from the Kyrgyz Republic study.