A student of the University of Valencia was awarded a bachelor’s degree in the program Management of international projects and programs (Russian-Spanish program with in-depth study of foreign languages)
On December 6, 2021, the Institute of Public Administration and Civil Services of the RANEPA awarded a diploma of higher education with specialty 41.03.01. Foreign Regional Studies to Aida Mora Ayuso, a student of the University of Valencia.
Aida Mora Ayuso studied at the IPACS under the double degree program in Management of international projects and programs (Russian-Spanish program with in-depth study of foreign languages). Despite the pandemic situation Aida Mora continued her studies in IPACS in a distance format and this year she was able to return to Moscow again to receive a diploma of Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Aida shared with us her impressions of studying at the Academy:
«During the months I have been studying in RANEPA I have met lots of new friends and I lived the beautiful Russian culture.
Since the end of March, due to the current situation of COVID-19, we are making the classes online in order to do not lose the course and all the work that we have made during the year. It is true that is not the same as doing the classes face-to-face, however, I am glad to say that there is not a huge difference and we are continuing with the stipulated plan thanks to the willingness of the teachers. Furthermore, our coordinators have made as much as possible in order that we continue the course without any problem.
The classes I am taking in the university are taught in English, which are making me to significantly improve the language. However, I am currently also taking Russian classes which have helped me to adapt faster and to better communicate with the native people of the country. One of my desires for the future is to improve my Russian as much as possible in order to be able to speak it fluently.
During the classes we discussed various topics, but what I like the most is that from these discussions I could take different point of views since we were mixed with students from different countries, such as France, Italy and Russia. Furthermore, we have been trained to make research and to speak in public by making several presentations each week.
Apart from the academic life, in Moscow I have made excellent international friends. I learnt to live with people from other countries and therefore with different traditions and habits.
My double degree program from the University of Valencia and RANEPA can help me to have a successful professional career and therefore a better position in the future labour market.
I hope everything will be fine soon and then I will be able to return and continue enjoying this amazing experience».