International Enrollees Learnt About Moscow Poly
Moscow Poly has held a one-time orientation internship for international enrollees. Students fr om Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan learnt about what is waiting for them at the University after the admission.
The Internship started with a ‘Formula Student’ lab tour at the Center for Engineering Development that is a home station to the racing cars that are almost entirely developed by students. They develop an engineering product that is afterwards constructed on professional machinery located in the Center and then, show case it at the international contests.
Acting head of the Center for Project Activity, Ivan Petykhov shared details about on what other projects can be assigned to Moscow Poly students.
In addition, a representative from Uzbekistan, Edae Velieva, shared her career path from Moscow Poly graduate to the University employee.
The head of the Office for International Integration and International Students Affairs, Anastasia Kolesnikova, in her turn, held a presentation for the international guests and talked on the admission and accommodation rules.
“The cooperation with all international students is pointwise. We hold tours and webinars for them, participate in educational fairs. It`s not only about building a pool [of students] but also maintain it, render support to the students during their education. The University is very active in its official networks wh ere we answer questions that international students might have; do our best to improve the conditions they are under while in Russia and at University, in particular. Encorporation of these efforts pays off. Thus, around 1,700 international students from 66 countries study at the University. Moscow Poly is ready to welcome everyone, the atmosphere here is friendly and creative”, - noted Anastasia.