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Bachelor's Programme in Foreign Languages and Intercultural Business Communication
Foreign Languages and Intercultural Business Communication
The programme prepares professionals with high proficiency in two foreign languages and specialization in one of the three profile areas: foreign languages and intercultural communication, translation and digital technologies, or intercultural business communication.
A flexible curriculum allows for individual educational trajectories as there two tracks to choose from: an academic track for students wishing to build careers in academia or a practice-oriented track geared towards employment at universities, publishing houses, translation agencies, and international companies.
The start of a new academic year is an excellent time to plan the next steps in your academic career. On September 1, HSE University announced the start of its annual Student Research Paper Competition (SRPC-2022). Participation is open to students of Russian and international universities and to 2022 graduates. Last year, a total of 2,196 papers were submitted to the SRPC, of which 435 were from external participants.
HSE University employs highly qualified French language specialists, and the number of educational programmes that involve studying French is increasing every year. The number of students wishing to study both the French language and French culture is growing as well. The partnership agreement between HSE University-Nizhny Novgorod and Alliance Française Nizhny Novgorod, a cultural and educational non-profit organisation, marks the beginning of a new stage of the existing partnership.
Questions of intercultural interaction interest people of all ages and professions more and more. Today, everyone feels the need to learn foreign languages, but for successful communication, first of all, you need to know the language of other cultures. How to avoid intercultural misunderstanding, and why should one learn the language of culture? These and other questions were answered by Dean of the Faculty of Humanities Marina Tsvetkova and Academic Supervisor of the Master's Program "Media Text and Digital Communications" Nelli Boryshneva at the Major League Open Lecture Hall.