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List Of Moscow State University People
... The list of Moscow State University people includes notable alumni, non-graduates, and faculty affiliated with the Lomonosov Moscow State University (also known as "Moscow State ...
Moscow State Institute Of International Relations - History
... MGIMO, which, in Russian, stands for Moscow State Institute of International Relations, was founded on October 14, 1944 when the USSR Council of People’s ... In 1954 the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies, one of the oldest Russian institutes, the successor of the Lasarevsky School created in 1815 was integrated into MGIMO. 35 thousand Russian and global alumni are proud to have graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations ...
List Of Aerospace Engineering Schools - Russian Federation
... Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology http//www.mipt.ru Bauman Moscow State Technical University http//www.bmstu.ru Moscow Aviation Institute http//www.mai.ru Samara State Aerospace University http//www ...
Anastasia Baburova - Personal Life
... of the Black Sea branch of the Moscow State University in Sevastopol ... She went to Moscow in 2001 and became a student international law at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations ... In 2004, Baburova became a journalist student at the Moscow State University ...
IAE Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 - International Dimension - International Partners - Europe
... of Graz Johannes Kepler University Linz University of Vienna Belarus Belarusian State University Belgium Université catholique de Louvain Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Université Libre de Bruxelles ...

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