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Schools Visits
2The foreign students coming to study at PetrSU are interested both in higher education and in the educational system in Russia on the whole. That is why several times this academic year they visited Petrozavodsk secondary schools.




An Italian Language Lesson
1In April, our Italian student Ennio Bolzonello, who is learning the Russian language at the Institute of International Program of PetrSU, gave an Italian language lesson to the students of Petrozavodsk Musical College named after K.E. Rautio.




PetrSU Foreign Students are the Participants of the Total Dictation
7Last Saturday the “Total Dictation” event took place throughout Russia. People wrote the dictation in 350 cities in Russia and abroad. Many citizens of Petrozavodsk came to test their ability to write and spell correctly. Among them were students, teachers, parents with children, married couples, and people who graduated from school decades ago. For the first time some of our foreign students tried their hand at the dictation in Russian and tested their knowledge!




Debates in English Took Place at PetrSU
 PetrSU debatesPetrSU Debate Club held another British Parliamentary style debate. This time it was held in the English language as our foreign students from the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and Ghana also took part in the debates.




Languages are the Key to New Knowledge
arolinThe students and staff members of PetrSU, who are willing to study or improve their German language, have a unique opportunity to hear German speech firsthand and learn about the culture of this country. Carolin Schultz, a native speaker, is eager to be their guide to Germany.




Celebrating Catholic Easter
16While in Russia the Easter Week is just beginning, Catholic Easter was celebrated last Sunday. PetrSU, together with the National Cultural Polish Autonomy of Karelia “Karelian Polonia”, organized an event devoted to Easter. Visiting teacher of the Polish language Karolina Pyka introduced everyone interested to the traditions and the history of celebrating this bright holiday in Poland.




Our Great Shopping Lovers
1If you plan to study and live in Petrozavodsk, our present international students are ready to give you a piece of advice what is worth-buying in the town and how you can organize your shopping expenses while studying at PetrSU. The best, the second best and the surprising. See below!




Discovering Australia with Alexandra France
2During English language class the students of the 1st year of study for the Bachelor’s degree in social work had an opportunity to meet a wonderful girl –Alexandra France, a student of the University of Melbourne. Together with the teacher Ekaterina Vasilieva she carried out a lesson dedicated to Australia. This meeting was very significant for our students: as it turned out we knew very little of the country taking up a whole continent!




Karelia is a Place of Breath-Taking Natural Phenomena
3This year the international students studying at PetrSU were really lucky to see with their own eyes and together with all Petrozavodsk and Karelia citizens two great natural phenomena – the aurora borealis and the solar eclipse.




Learning Russian is Future-Proof
Chu JingruThere is a student in PetrSU who bears two names. One of them means ‘you are talented’, the other stands for ‘healthy, strong’. Why did this girl come to our city? What surprised her in the Russian students’ life? Chu Jingru, with her second Russian name Valentina, who pursues a Master’s Degree in philology, answers these questions.



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