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Bachelor's Programme in Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication
Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication
Our Bachelor’s programme combines traditional approaches to foreign language instruction with state-of-the-art practices. We aim to provide our students with personalized learning tracks, by offering a selection of foreign languages, areas of specialization, elective courses and other fields of study to choose from. Having mastered two foreign languages, our graduates can apply their skills and specific competencies to pursue careers in education, translation / interpreting or intercultural communications.
Every March and April, the School of Foreign Languages (SFL) traditionally holds four student conferences. The conferences have much in common, but each of them still has their own history, traditions, and unique profile. While waiting for the student science marathon, we met with the organizers and asked them about the specific features of each conference and innovations for this year.
A new track called Text and Discourse is being added to the bachelor’s programme in Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication. We talked to Anna Sebryuk, Associate Professor at School of Foreign languages, and discussed discourse, features of the new track, and opportunities for students.
Within this project, a group of students is engaged in comparing different approaches and strategies for the transition from offline to online education that universities around the world are using. The project team are also developing useful materials for teachers and students. We talked to Arina Barasy, a 2nd-year student of the Master's programme in Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication, who is the head of the project group. She told us about the objectives and achievements of the project.
A Project group from the School of Foreign Languages is developing three blended online courses, English for Academic Purposes, Legal English, and Business English. We spoke to Diana Burimskaya, the head of the group, about these new initiatives.