"Enjoy your life, explore a lot because there are a lot of opportunities in Russia. Try to get the best score on every exam. And always make your own decisions" Muhammad Ikhvan, a second-year bachelor’s degree student of the Institute №6 “Aerospace” MAI.
Isaac Wanderemah is 20 years old, he came from Uganda and studies at the Pre-University foundation program of MAI (Russian medium). His goal is to enter Bachelor’s program in Aircraft Engineering and become an engineer.
Tanner Rawlings is 19 years old, he is from Texas and can fly a plane. His father and brother are pilots, but he decided to be involved in something more challenging and become an engineer. Among all universities of the world he chose MAI.
Eduardo wanted to do something new and significant, so he decided to be engaged in space and aviation. He chose MAI and brought this decision into life. Now he is a third-year student at the Faculty No.1 Aircraft Engineering. Let's find out how he lives and studies.
Paris, High Cuisine, Grandes Ecoles, Ocean… We associate all this with the most
romantic country in the world - France. Aurelian,
student of MAI from France, told us why he decided to enter MAI and study in Russia.
Mina Takla has a dream to build a hotel on the Moon and to circle the Earth with small satellites to prevent natural disasters. The third year student of MAI from Egypt told us about his personal views and experiences, scientific and space outreach activities, startup CosmoX and amazing space projects.
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.
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.
Jeanie van der Merwe from the Republic of South Africa who successfully graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute with Bachelor’s degree and joined the Incomar Aerospace and Defence Systems corporation.