On November, 26 UdSU students paid a visit to another school of Izhevsk in the framework of the UdSU project “Open the World with UdSU” initiated by the International and Public Relations Office.
The project is aimed to provide high school pupils of Izhevsk with information on international experiences which are available for UdSU students. This might help our university to attract more talented and highly motivated school graduates.
This time our students visited Izhevsk School # 56. Alexandra Galiakhmetova and Alyona Deryugina told about peculiarities of education in Finland. It is interesting that both of them are former pupils of this school, which gained even greater interest of the audience.
Elizaveta Vorobyova shared her experience of studying at the University of Zadar (Croatia). The international experience of the students showed the pupils that the opportunity UdSU gives its students is really great – they can study for a whole semester at any of partner universities of UdSU!
Jakub Saniternik, an international UdSu student, also visited the school. He is a student of University of Silesia (Katowice, Poland). He is studying at UdSU as a participant of academic student exchange program – for the second time already! He shared his impressions of studying at UdSU and living in Izhevsk.
The pupils got really interested in chances UdSU gives to its students – participation in academic student exchange programs to study in UdSU partner HEIs, communication with international students studying at UdSU, and taking part in UdSU International Student Club. This interest and enthusiasm proves that international activity in UdSU should be developed and move forward.
The pupils also got a chance to practice their English speaking skills in the conversation with UdSU students and to get a boost of motivation both learning something new from this meeting or becoming more sure of their future education choice.
By the way, we are always ready to provide pupils of the schools of Izhevsk with helpful information about our international activity!
If you have some questions or want to talk about a visit, please contact us: (3412) 917-358, IPRO