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Danish students are getting used to studying at NVSU

NSVU held an orientation week for students of University College of South Denmark (UC SYD). During that week, foreign students learned about the Russian culture and customs and had a tour of the city and the university. 2nd year students from UC SYD, Anja Holz and Julia-Diana Zernecke, had come to NVSU to take practical training at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology and study the program in Social Education as part of the Erasmus + student mobility program (Key Action 1: Credit mobility).

First NVSU students returned from Germany

Students of the Faculty of Humanities, Arina Safina and Irina Bezukladova, returned from the University of Applied Languages in Munich (SDI - Sprachen & Dolmetscher Institut München) where they had studied during autumn semester of 2019 within Erasmus+ Program. Here is what they shared about their experience of studying in Germany.

NVSU has taken part in a seminar on student support services

On February 5-7, 2020, Daria Polyakova, member of NVSU International Office, took part a practical seminar on the development of student support services, held at Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Monterrey, Mexico). Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education is a private university in Mexico and one of the country’s leading institutions of higher education. This seminar was a part in joint work of student and international services of partner universities. The seminar agenda included discussions of various practices and activities aimed at supporting student community, such as improving living and eating conditions, creating a harmonious socio-cultural environment on campus, supporting cultural identity, and developing youth social activity.

NVSU students has returned from study in Latvia

Students of the Faculty of Information Technology and Mathematics, Anna Pluzyan and Yerbol Zhakenov studied at the University of Liepaja during the fall semester of 2019 as part of the Erasmus + program. Anna and Erbol talked about studying in Europe.

Communication without borders

Yerbol Zhakenov and Anna Pluzyan, students of NVSU Faculty of Information Technology and Mathematics, have attended the seminar “Communication without borders” held on November 1-9, 2019 in Berlin (Germany). Seminar participants have studied visual communication tools and discussed the homework received at one of the seminar stages. Yerbol Zhakenov says, “The seminar was very bright and namable. It was very interesting to meet people from different countries like Greece, Macedonia, Georgia, Germany, Latvia and other. The participants introduced their countries and presented national dishes. It was a great opportunity to get to know a different culture.” NVSU students will take part in the third stage of the seminar which is to be held in Sochi in 2020.

NVSU student has returned from Finland

Rostislav Nikulitsa, a student of NVSU Faculty of Arts and Design, has completed his studies in Finland and returned home. Rostislav spent an autumn semester at JAMK University of Applied Sciences in Jyväskylä studying the program of Musical Education. “The educational program depends solely on the students’ musical preferences and technical skills, with the main emphasis on practice. I think this a huge plus of studying at JAMK University of Applied Sciences,” said Rostislav.

Liepaja University Lecturer visits NVSU

Liepaja University Lecturer Patriks Morevs (Latvia) visited Nizhnevartovsk State University, a LiepU partner university. During his visit, Patriks Morevs was giving lectures on analytic geometric and mathematical analysis to NVSU bachelor students majoring in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Computer Science and Computer Engineering, Information Systems and Technologies, and Pedagogical Education. The students also learned about the benefits of the Erasmus+ program, the opportunities to study abroad, and about Liepaja University. A month earlier, Ramil Mammadli, a lecturer of the NVSU Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics, had given lectures on data bases and programming to students of the University of Liepaja majoring in Information Technologies. The visit of Patrick Morevs was the final event of the project on academic mobility of students and teachers between the Nizhnevartovsk State University and Liepaja University (Key Action 1: Learning mobility of individuals). During the visit, members of partner universities discussed further cooperation in education and research.

An NVSU lecturer gave a course of lectures at the University of Liepaja

Ramil Mammadli, Associate Professor at the NVSU Department for Computer Science and Methods of Teaching Computer Science, has returned from Latvia, where he taught at the University of Liepaja (Liepaja, Latvia). The visit was financed by the EU Erasmus+ 2014-2020 program, as part of the project on academic mobility of students and teachers (Key Action 1: Learning mobility of individuals) between Nizhnevartovsk State University and the University of Liepaja. Ramil Mammadli gave a 12-hour course on Advanced Database Technologies to students majoring in Information Technology. The course included lectures on Transact-SQL programming, dynamic SQL, stored procedures and user-defined functions, triggers, cursors, XML, and spatial data.

NVSU has held a research and methodical seminar on “Environment, Health and Climate change: Facing the challenges and Adapting to Impacts: Experience of the European Union”

On November 25, the Faculty of Ecology and Engineering, Nizhnevartovsk State University, held a scientific and methodical seminar “Environment, Health and Climate change: Facing the challenges and Adapting to Impacts: Experience of the European Union” joined by university professors, master and graduate students, as well as professionals in ecology, environmental management, and geoecology. The seminar participants discussed the issues of paleoclimatology, climate change, aquatic ecosystems, biological diversity, impact of climate change on public health, implementation of adaptation programs in EU countries, international agreements on climate change and adaptation to the effects of change and climate change indicators: EU research. The results of the seminar are to be published as e-version book of seminar proceedings uploaded on the platform and included in the RSCI citation system. The seminar was part of Jean Monnet Module project “Environment, Health and Climate change: Facing the challenges and Adapting to Impacts: Experience of the European Union” (600178-EPP-1-2018-1-RU-EPPJMO-MODULE), financed by the European Commission. The seminar was organized by the NVSU Department for Ecology, Faculty of Ecology and Engineering. The Organizing Committee was represented by Denis Pogonyshev, First Vice-Rector, Vice-Rector for Research, and Irina Pogonysheva, Associate Professor of the Department for Ecology.