Aug. 03, 2020
Many Russian and Chinese undergraduate and graduate students take intensive training, dreaming to join the international team that has gathered for developing a new COMAC C929 wide-body twinjet airliner.
At Moscow Aviation Institute, Ha Manh Thang teaches a sensory technologies course. He plans to stay in Russia for five years or more, write some manuals on teaching methods, and gain a degree of Associate Professor.
After graduating with flying colors in Zimbabwe, he chose to study at MAI because it is the best institution ever to fulfill ones dreams. He realized that only birds can fly without MAI so he never stopped dreaming and stood up for his aspirations.
Emma is 22, and she is a student of Technical University of Munich. She came to MAI to study Spacecraft Engineering for one semester as an exchange student.