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Danish students are getting used to studying at NVSU

NVSU 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).

During the orientation week, members of NVSU International Office organized Culture Day at NVSU to introduce and discuss Russian, Danish and German cultures and traditions. The event included a Potluck dinner where each guest came with his or her own treat, and Danish students tried some Russian dishes.

During the event Russian students of NVSU Faculty of Humanities Angelina Ivanova and Valeriya Nekrasova, spoke about Russian culture, interesting facts and stereotypes, while Danish students talked about culture and customs of Denmark and Germany. The participants played the games I am an International Student and New Horizons, the latter developed by JAMK teachers of the University of Applied Sciences (Finland), and joined an interactive session on cultural diversity.