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 Letter from Poland !

2nd  semester of the 2016-2017 academic year two students of the Institute of Philology and Multilingual Education - Nazli Kadyrova (majority 5B011800 - Russian Language and Literature) and Aigerim Serikbay (majority 5B012200 - Russian language and literature in schools with non-Russian language education) will be study in Poland. Chair of Russian Language and Literature has been cooperating several years with the Pomeranian Academy  in Słupsk: lecturers  attend scientific conferences there, by academic mobility programs of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan students has semester education, undergraduates pass foreign internship. For this once, semester training became possible for our students thanks to a grant from rector of this university, Professor Zbigniew Osadowski. Girls had already started their studies and told about the beginning of the semester in their letter.


"On 2  March , 2017, we started  our  training semester  in the Pomeranian  Academy in Slupsk City, which is located 18 kilometers from the Baltic Sea.

   Our classes will take place in such disciplines: Introduction to Literary Studies, Ancient  Russian Literature, Literature at the Turn of the XVIII-XIX Centuries, Working with Scientific Text, Descriptive Grammar and etc.

At the university, in the dormitory, in the library, everybody  always ready to help  us.  On the part of Polish students and foreign  students, we see a benevolent attitude towards us and a desire to learn more about our Motherland, Kazakh language and the traditions of our people.

Our group consists  from 7 people: us and five more students from Ukraine. Classes are held in Russian. For example, in the literature with Pani Rychelsky we discussed the origins of the Ancient Russian literature, and in the lesson on the subject "Working with the scientific text", Pan Osukh explained how to properly design a scientific work and where it is more convenient to search for materials for student scientific papers (lectures, others).

We hope that this semester will be very productive for us, because the classes will be conducted under the guidance of highly qualified lecturers of the  Philology Institute .

With huge gratitude for the opportunity to study here",

2nd year course  students

Nazli Kadyrova and Aigerim Serikbay  


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