In order to protect our students' and employees' health and stop the spread of coronavirus epidemic, Minin University has developed a plan for the transition to distance learning with maintaining the quality of education.
On February 20, 2020, representatives of Nizhny Novgorod companies and educational organizations had a meeting with the delegation of Uzbekistan at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Nizhny Novgorod Region. The delegation of Uzbekistan included Mr. Shohrukh Gulamov, the Advisor on trade and economic issues of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Russia, and Mr. Fariddin Nasriev, the Consul General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Kazan.
December 17, 2019, foreign students of Minin university participated in the X International Festival of National Cultures “In this big world”. The festival included a series of events aimed at expanding students’ knowledge about the diversity of national cultures, specifics of national traditions and customs of the peoples all over the world and strengthening of moral values and tolerance among young people.
According to the results of the annual international rating of “green” universities - UI GreenMetric, Minin University took the 7th position among Russian universities. The university entered the top three among 46 Russian universities-participants in the nomination "waste management". In the world ranking Minin University moved up by more than 10 positions, leaving behind many leading universities from Russia, the USA, Western and Northern Europe.
Within the framework of the visit, a working meeting of Czech colleagues with the leaders of various educational projects of the Minin University Faculty of Humanities was held. The meeting tackled the prospects of development of cooperation and implementation of joint scientific, research projects and academic mobility programs for students and teachers.
During the visit, a working meeting of Chinese colleagues with representatives of various faculties of Minin University was held. The meeting discussed the prospects of development of cooperation and implementation of joint scientific, research projects and academic mobility programs for students and teachers.
Calluso Adriana, Rifatto Simona, Roberta Canale, Zangari Maria Pia are 3rd year students of the University of Messina (Italy) that have studied Russian and literature at Minin university during the fall semester. We asked Rifatto Simona what is the difference between education in Russia and in Italy and why it is necessary to know Russian in Italy.
The joint program of the French Institute in Russia and the International Center for Pedagogical Research in the city of Sevres provides an opportunity for Russian students to work in secondary schools in France as Russian language teacher assistants. In May 2019, Ms. Olga Skvortsova, a 5th year student specializing in teaching English and French, became the winner of the All-Russian competition of Russian language teacher assistants.
Representatives of Shandong province (China) arrived at Minin University to study the Russian language. During one year they will be studying Russian in order to prepare for admission to Minin university.