“I like the way life of postgraduates is organized in the university”: Vietnamese postgraduate student Chan Van Tu speaks about studying in Russia
Chan Van Tu, a postgraduate student at Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR), first came to Russia from Vietnam in 2012, when he started a bachelor's degree program at Voronezh State University. On accomplishing his master’s, he again decided to choose Russia and opted for TUSUR.
Today, the Vietnamese postgraduate is working in the plasma electronics laboratory and taking part in research involving plasma electron sources.
At this stage, together with his colleagues Tu is doing the work that will let him prepare his Ph.D. thesis related to beam and plasma processing of various surfaces. Tu says he plans to defend his dissertation next fall and then return to Vietnam. For now, he has no specific plans for further work.
“During the three years that I’ve been studying here, I’ve seen high standards of education and scientific work at TUSUR. It is difficult sometimes, but always very interesting. I was very lucky to meet my scientific supervisor here. I also like the way life of postgraduate students is organized in this university. There are very good conditions for living and working comfortably," adds Chan Wang Tu.