MSLU opens a series of meetings with foreign applicants under the "Russian Education Explained" project
The virtual platform of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Brussels hosted a conference with the participation of Moscow State Linguistic University. Irina Shokina, Head of the Department for International Cooperation at MSLU, Director of the UN Language Skills Training Programme, and Olga Egorova, Director of the Project Office for International Cooperation at MSLU, talked about academic programs MSLU can offer to prospective foreign students, including Rusian as a foreign language with a number of majors in different fields from humanities to IT, MA academic programs in English, PhD programs and the ways to get enrolled, about short- and long-term internships where foreign students can participate being students of partner universities or on their own, about the Program training Interpreters and Translators for International Oragnizations including the UN, FAO, IMF and others at MSLU, Winter and Summer Schools of the Russian Language and Culture and Alumni network value for our graduates career success, opportunities for an international career, international traineeship and project opportunities that MSLU offers to its students and graduates. MSLU has different Erasmus + cooperation schemes where its international students can participate and there are several major collaborations with international organizations going on.
This was the first presentation in the "Russian Education Explained" series.
The “Russian Education Explained” project informs of how to get a high-quality and prestigious education in Russia and thus to lay the foundation for a successful career. Leading Russian universities, which have programs for training students from abroad, take part in the series of meetings.
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