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The programme is aimed at training professionals who can successfully apply various methods of philological analysis and interpretation of literary works, literary editing and copywriting, compiling electronic databases, digital libraries, portals and web archives. Programme graduates also work with complex texts in Russian and foreign languages.
A year ago, when we were all just starting our lives in Zoom, MsTeams and other wonderful virtual places, it seemed as if one of our biggest problems was organising practical tasks and projects. However, what we feared did not come true: on the contrary, it turned out that the virtual world is simply waiting to be conquered by philologists.
At the end of August, second – year students of the educational program “Philology” visited the next expedition. This time they were in the village of Bykovka in Vorotynsky district. This is the ancestral home of one of the wealthiest families of Imperial Russia.
Nizhny Novgorod exchange student Polina Zhukova, a student of the Humanities Faculty, HSE Nizhny Novgorod, is currently studying at University of Jyvaskyla (Finland) in the framework of international academic mobility programme. She has shared with us her impressions on living and studying in Finland.