This year, graduation of the first master’s student, a representative of another state – the P.R. China – who studied full-time on a “Pedagogical education” training program, major “Foreign Language” took place.
Minin university students from the Faculty of Humanities took part in the international online internship “Elementary School of the 21st Century. Foreign Practices " that was organized from March 11 to March 25, 2021 by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus. The program was placed at the online educational platform SKLAD of the Agency for Innovation and Professional Development "Edu Travel Agency "(Minsk, Belarus).
In the second semester of the 2020/2021 academic year, three students from the University of Messina (Italy) will study at Minin university within the virtual academic mobility program. Italian students will be offered courses on English, Russian language and literature.
In the second semester of the 2020/2021 academic year, Minin university graduate students will have a unique opportunity to attend a lecture course conducted by teachers of The EdUHK, one of the world's best universities in the sphere of pedagogics and higher education.
Ms. Iroda Ismailova is a master’s degree student of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena whose major is “German as a Second Language / as a Foreign Language and Intercultural Studies”. While doing teaching internship at Minin university, Ms. Ismailova worked with two groups of undergraduate students.
Anna Pastone and Davide Pafumi who studied at Minin university in the spring semester of the 2019/2020 academic year, have successfully presented their diploma theses in linguistics. Ms. Marina Aksenova and Ms. Ekaterina Midova, Minin university teachers of the Department of foreign language professional communication, were academic advisers of these works on the part of Minin university.
From November 9 to November 20, the Department of General and Social Pedagogics was realizing the additional education program "Modern education system in the Russian Federation" that had a format of an open online course. The whole program lasted 72 academic hours
Ms. Katharina Kolbiarts and Mr. Bernhard Aigner are students of the University of Vienna. Their major is "Teaching German as a Foreign Language" and at present time they are working as trainees with a group of Minin university graduate students.
On October 18, the jury has announced the results of the All-Russian competition for teachers of the German language that took place within the All-Russian educational online conference "Open the world through teaching German".
Classes took place at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (Poland) on September 19 as a part of the symposium for teachers of Russian as a foreign language. Minin university teachers participated in the event via online conference.