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From Oxford with Love: Why do Students from a World Top University Go to Perm?

25 students from Oxford and 2 students from Aberdeen and Manchester came to study in Perm, Urals, Russia from 25 June to 3 August. Perm University has received an official Partner’2018 "stamp" by the Office of Internships, Oxford University - for academic cooperation within summer schools.

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International Groove at PSU Students Club

21 May the International 2018 Fest took place at PSU - uniting dozens students from Middle East and China, attracting wider audience from Perm.

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Young Politics Scholar Studies Public Diplomacy in Belgium

14-19 May, an academic visit for young European took place within the framework of "Public Diplomacy. The EU and Russia" Project, set by the EU division in Russia. Mikhail Grabevnik, Assistant at the Department of Political Science took part on behalf PSU.

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7th Language Festival in Perm

19 May PSU hosted for speakers in a variety of languages - experts, enthusiasts and fans of exotic "tongues", mostly from Perm local community. Young PSU scholars shared their experience in creating off-schedule classes and projects.

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PSU and University of Oxford Sign the Memorandum of Understanding

The Memorandum of Understanding for a new 10-year period was officially signed by Rector Dr. Igor Makarikhin on behalf of PSU, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Easton on behalf of the University of Oxford. "Thanks to cooperation between our Universities, a Twin Cities link was established between Oxford and Perm. We have enjoyed a series of successful projects with our Oxford colleagues, including the annual seminar in Modern British Literature, and the Victorian Center, established at PSU. ” said the Rector.

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“Relevant Problems of Studying Foreign Languages and Literatures”

Faculty of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures and Students’ Research Society «Сияние» (“Shining”) invites students to take part in out conference “Relevant Problems of Studying Foreign Languages and Literatures”, which is to be held on the 9th of April.

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The City in the Spotlight: Methodological and Epistemological Challenges for Studying Urban Governance

15–20 April 2018, Perm, Russia

Call for applications

The Centre for Comparative History and Politics at Perm State University, together with the Ukrainian Researchers Society, the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, and RWTH Aachen University invite qualified Ph.D./C. Sc. students to take part in the international spring school on urban governance, organized within the framework of the TRIPAR – Shifting Paradigms project funded by Volkswagen Foundation.

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PSU International Students to Taste the Russian New Year

60 young men and 11 girls from China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Syria, Iraq, Senegal, Somali, Yemen, Algire and Morocco came to introduce themselves and learn a bit of Russian language and winter holidays. PSU International Department greeted newly arrived students with an impromptu Winter Holiday Contest. Following the show of a traditional Russian animation short “Masha and Medved’” the international students formed 3 teams – “Feyerverk” (Firework), “Yolochka” (Fur Tree) and “Snezhinka” (Snowflake) to perform joke tasks. The participants shared a great deal of holiday and sweet prizes.

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PSU Students Share Voices on International Students' Day

On Friday 17 November our students from China, Indonesia, Vietnam and Senegal visited PSU press office where we discussed their impressions of the University. Tze, Yudha, An, Chi and Mamadu talked about their studies, academic interests, hobbies and spare time. Our guests supported the idea of an introductory video where foreign students try an unfamiliar cuisine at student canteens.

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Pictures from Foreign Students’ Visit to the Khokhlovka Cultural Reserve

On 10 October a large group of foreign students enjoyed a tour to Khokhlovka – the open air Architectural and Ethnographic Museum, 40 minutes drive from Perm. The tour fits in the foreign students’ curriculum, providing a broader informal dive into Russian culture, language and history. 43 students from China, Great Britain, Netherlands and France joined for the tour supported by the PSU International Department.

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PSU Scholars Learn to Adopt Spin-off Technologies from Portugal

In July PSU delegates participated a workshop on EU spin-off best practices. The workshop titled “University-Enterprise Cooperation via Spin-Off Companies Network” took place at the Polytechnic Institute of the City of Coimbra (Instituto Politecnico de Coimbra, Portugal).

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PSU Researchers Investigate Stalactites in Hitler’s Former Headquarters

Ceiling vaults in Adolf Hitler boot (Führerbunker) are under the threat of collapse. That is the conclusion drawn by PSU observation of stalactites in Führer's second headquarters in Obersalzberg, Bavarian Alps, Germany. The investigation has been made by Nikolai Maksimovich, professor at the Institute of Natural Sciences (PSU) and his colleague Natalia Beltyukova, researcher at the Geology Lab of Industrial Change (PSU). 

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PSU Launches Inter-Disciplinary Courses in Digital Humanities

The PSU Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology announced application for the MA Course "Digital Technologies in Socio-Cultural and Art Practices".

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PSU Starts Partnership with Cyprus University of Technology

Perm University has started official partnership with Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus University of Technology). The agreement includes cooperation in six modes: faculty exchange; student exchange; mutual participation in research projects; mutual exchange of information, scientific documentation and publications; other types of academic exchanges formally recognized by both universities; thesis co-tutorship.

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