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Foreign students received diplomas of Vyatka State University

  • 15 July, 10:15
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Also, during the ceremony, students of VyatSU Preparatory Faculty received their certificates

On July 10, the Vyatka State University held the presentation of diplomas to foreign students. The ceremony was attended by the Vice-Rector for educational and social work Yuri Kuvaldin.

Addressing graduates, Yuri Ivanovich emphasized:

It is always difficult to study in another city, especially in another country. You have overcome difficulties with honor, using the opportunity to get acquainted with the rich culture of Russia. It is important to remember that we are all children of Earth and should strive for mutual understanding by studying the traditions and languages ​​of different nations.

Wang Rui, Li Qiuyue, Tang Yuyan, Fan Lin, Hu Yue, Shan Runda, Yang Biyun, Yang Guiyun - these are the names of those who received master's degree in “Philology” (profile “Russian as a foreign language”).

We hope that the VyatSU diploma will allow us to get a good job in China, -

shared Shan Runda, the holder of the diploma with honors. His compatriot Yang Guiyun has other plans: she will continue her studies at the VyatSU postgraduate school.

During the ceremony, certificates to graduates of the Preparatory Faculty were also presented. Most of them chose Vyatka State University to continue their studies.

Thank you for being with us! -

Elena Syrtsova, the Director of the Institute for Lifelong Education, thanked the graduates.

The Dean of the Preparatory Faculty Irina Merkulova noted the importance of not only the knowledge acquired at VyatSU, but also the new experience of friendship, mutual understanding, acquaintance with the culture of another country - it is truly priceless!

The Head of the Department of Russian as a foreign language Elena Zonova and teacher Nadezhda Komarova addressed to graduates with warm parting words.

The solemn graduation ceremony turned out to be generous with smiles, wishes and, of course, a memorable photo about the University that gave a start in life!

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