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National Cuisine Meeting
4At the end of November people from the USA celebrate Thanksgiving Day – a holiday that gives a start to Christmas and New Year celebrations. One of the traditions of that day is a dinner in a family circle. But the majority of PetrSU international students is staying at this time in Petrozavodsk learning the Russian language or studying at the university faculties and institutes.




The Russian Language as a Step to the Diplomatic Career (Mikulas)
MikulasBillboards, leaflets, café menus, shop signs, newspaper and the Internet articles, music – all these things are additional “manual” of studying Russian for Mikulas Zvara.




International Students' Day
3November, 17 is traditionally celebrated all over the world as the International Students' Day. Here is Anatoly Voronin’s, our rector, address to all Petrozavodsk State University students.




I Study to Become a Professional (Aleksandr)
AleksandrAleksandr Shumikhin is a student of “International Policy Studies” course at International University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan). He came to Petrozavodsk State University as an exchange student and is studying at the Institute of History, Political and Social Sciences for five months. We have learnt about his studies, plans and hobbies from Aleksandr himself.




A Joyful Long Weekend
 1The end of the previous week was full of events in Petrozavodsk and the weekend lasted for four days. There was so much to do for the students during those days.




I Want to Take the Atmosphere of this Town back Home (Kristina)
1“A year ago when I had just started studying Russian I felt as if I was in the first grade. This is because I had to study the alphabet and to learn to read again. At first I studied letters and spelled the words but managed it all very slowly,” – recollects Kristina Pankova who has been studying at the faculty of Philology for the whole autumn semester.




Open University Lectures
1This fall the Open University of PetrSU invites everyone to attend the video courses and lectures devoted to world culture and local history. It is a great opportunity for the foreign students of PetrSU to learn more about the country and the republic where they are currently living and studying at.




From Halifax to Petrozavodsk for the Karelian Language
LloydCanadian student Richard Lloyd Christoph Morin is a participant of the Finnish-Russian Student Exchange Program FIRST. He is getting a Master’s degree at the University of Joensuu. He came to Karelia and Petrozavodsk State University to collect the materials for his research on the reasons for studying Karelian in Karelia and Finland.




Studying Never Stops!
3PetrSU international students don’t even lose a weekend to learn something new and to get acquainted with new people and places. And the work in the Student Business Incubator of PetrSU goes on day and night and doesn’t stop at weekends, too! All the participants of the international business school “Leadership in Business” could make sure of it on October, 4-5.




Getting Acquainted with Petrozavodsk
1On sunny Saturday, October 4th, PetrSU foreign students and the teacher from Poland who teach Polish at PetrSU attended the free excursion organized by the National Library of Karelia “Read Streets like Books”.



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