Studying in Russia

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Facilities

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 20, 2009

Antara kemudahan yang disediakan:

Hostel (1st, 3rd, 5th)

* Semua pelajar diwajibkan untuk tinggal di hostel yang disediakan.
* Harga setiap bilik berbeza mengikut saiz bilik masing-masing
* Dibahagikan mengikut “compartment=block” dimana setiap blok mengandungi 2 @ 3 bilik, bilik air & tandas.
* Penghuni setiap block disusun mengikut jantina. Lelaki & perempuan diasingkan.
* Dapur disediakan di setiap floor hostel.

Sports hall

* Sport hall boleh digunakan pada hujung minggu sahaja (sabtu & ahad). Jadual permainan disediakan bagi menggalakkan pelajar untuk bersukan dalam sukan yang mereka minati.

Recreation Hall

* Terletak di 3rd hostel.

Bilik untuk bersolat

* Untuk waktu zohor @ isya sahaja di 3rd hostel.

Study room

* 3rd & 5th hostel sahaja.

Gymnasium

* Percuma untuk pelajar
* Cuma peralatan-peralatan asas yang disediakan
* Terletak di 1st hostel

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Why am I here in Russia?

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 17, 2009

Ever wonder why a person is willing to leave behind his or her loved ones, families, relatives, home country and the comfort of being a part of the majority all the way to Russia or thousands of kilometers away from home? Have ones expected that he/she one day would further his/her studies here?

Thousands of ringgits are spent, ample of our valuable times are consumed and the fact that we may not see our parents and siblings again for the rest of the year – all of it must be for a good cause right? What else could pilot someone to carry out such big amount of sacrifices, right?

Then again, does merely reading medicine successfully fulfill the criteria and can be considered as a good reason? Sure, one would argue that medicine abroad is different to medicine locally. True I agree, especially the system, experiences + and extra language. But does it (solely) qualifies as good cause? What are the criteria?

I’m sure no one would disagree with the following statement: << Any action that serves to fulfill our purpose or objective – is a good reason but only and of course if the intention underlying the action is for the sake of Allah and Allah only >>

For Rasulullah s.a.w. said:
Abu Hafs ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab r.a. said: “I heard Allah’s Messenger s.a.w. saying: The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will receive the reward according to what he has intended. So, whoever emigrates for the sake of Allah and His Messenger, his emigration will be (counted as being) for Allah and His Messenger” - collected by al-Bukhari and Muslim [An-Nawawi’s Forty Hadiths]

Referring to the above text, if our true intention is for studying medicine/engineering only or maybe to gain new experiences that one may only gain abroad, insyaAllah, Allah will grant us just that.

But what if our true intention is solely to study for the sake of Allah and Islam, think of the reward Allah has in store and what a meaningful stay it would be for us. However, a question still remains unattended. What is our purpose in life? Quoting a verse from the holy Quran:

“I have only created jins and men, that they may serve Me. No sustenance (food or provisions) do I require of them, nor do I require that they should feed Me. For Allah is He who gives (all) sustenance, Lord of Power, Steadfast” [51:56-58]

Yes, that summarizes it all. If our action (i.e. read medicine in moscow) serves to accomplish our goals above, only then does it qualifies for all of our sacrifices to be rewarded accordingly insyaAllah (but you have to be honest to yourself). Fear not, there’s still time to make amend. =).

Your respective seniors would be more than happy to lend a helping hand (I’m sure).

Ibn ‘Umar r.a. said, Allah’s Messenger s.a.w. took hold of my shoulder and said, “Be in this world as if you were a stranger or a traveler” - collected by al-Bukhari.

Why traveler? Coz life in this world in only temporary and it is the hereafter that matters most. So again, are we really prepared for the eternal life? How hard have we tried to achieve our purpose in life?

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General

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 17, 2009

Activities & Programs throughout of the year in Volgo:

- Iftar & Terawih (Malam wasilah ke syurga)

- Orientation day for freshies

- Program Mesra Junior at Masjid

- Khatam Al-Quran (Ramadan)

- Ramadan Charity Program (Donating Clothes)

- Eve of Eid’ul Fitri Takbir at Hostel

- Eid’ul Fitri Celebration

- Chinese New Year celebration

- Deepavali celebration

- Seminar Cinta dan Kasih 2008/09

- Muslimah Day (during Woman’s Day on 8th     March)

- Maulidurrasul forum

- VolGames 2005 & 2009 (Malaysian Games)

- IMAM RSC Paramedic Training

- Yasin & Hajat Prayer for Pre-Exam season

- Weekly Halaqah (smart group)

- weekly kuliah @ Hiroshima hostel

- M&M project

- Interbatch Futsal Tournament

- Malaysian Indoor Games

- Kirovsky Awareness Campaign

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Islami Men’s Day

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 11, 2009

February 23th.
Celebration in Russia : ‘Defender of the Fatherland Day / Men’s Day.’

Our activity : “Islami Men’s Day” for Brothers.
Note : Students of Sechenov MMA ( M1 ) in their hostel and Students of RSMU ( M2 ) also in their hostel.

video

Watch the video about our activity on the day here.

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Muslimah Hari Ini

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 11, 2009

March 08th.
Celebration in Russia : ‘International Women’s Day’.

Our activity : “Women’s Day” for Sisters only.

Please click here : 1 and 2, for more about Women’s Day ‘o

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Brotherhood’s Day

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 11, 2009

April 20th.
There is no particular meaning on the date, but it is special for ‘a particular group’ in Russia that certainly does not miss to celebrate it annually.It is ‘Adolf Hitler’s Birthday’.

All international faculty( especially English faculty ) in Russian universities or foreign students in Russian faculty will be excepted in attending any classes and lectures on the day and the students will not be allowed to go outside instead only in their hostels.
( in case if you want to know more about ‘Adolf Hitler’s Birthday, please ask your seniors when you are in moscow. )

During the day, we, Malaysian students took as wise as we could to fill our free time by doing some activities :

Our activity : “Brotherhood’s Day” in Hostel -Kahovskaya-.
Note :
depends on the hostel where will you live.

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May 1 2009

Posted by Muslim Student Network on May 11, 2009

Celebration in Russia : ‘Labor Day.’

Our activity : “Inter-Usrah Games.”
Note : Students from – Sechenov MMA ( M1 ), RSMU ( M2 ), and MAI.







Note : we were playing futsal and ‘baling selipar’ ( traditional game ) – The main games,
by the way, some students took their opportunity for playing basketball too.

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