Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia) Career path of foreign graduates of Moscow State University
“I came from China and studied for my Master’s degree from 2017 to 2019. Now I work in China as a Russian language teacher and translator. At the School of Translation and Interpretation, I not only received the necessary knowledge, but also significantly broadened my horizons.
In the classroom, I understood what linguistics is, how translation helps a person and society, why rhetoric is needed. In the learning process, the teachers did their best to combine theory and practice. It is this valuable knowledge that has shaped my professionalism and always helps me a lot when I work as a translator at exhibitions and as a teacher at school.”Zheng Xiaotong (China)Translator, Russian language teacher, graduate of the School of Translation and Interpretation, Moscow State University
“I confess that studying at the Faculty of Materials Science was not easy, but very interesting. Most of the lectures I attended I chose based on my personal preference. This is very convenient when you choose courses that are close to the topic of your scientific work. With regard to research work, the range of topics proposed is very wide. Materials Science students are accepted by many research groups. After reviewing their work, you can choose the one that interests you. The biggest advantage of studying at the Faculty of Materials Science is a semester-long instrumental practical seminar, where you learn how to conduct a scientific work using a certain research instrument.”Shakhnozabonu Aliyeva (Tajikistan)Analyst chemist at the Research Center for Ecology and Environment of Central Asia in Dushanbe, graduate of the Faculty of Materials Science, Moscow State University.
“The School of Materials Science of Moscow State University is one of the best scientific schools in Russia. The Faculty of Materials Science offers many opportunities for scientific exchange in the form of internships in laboratories around the world. This greatly helps to broaden your horizons. horizons and improve your professional skills.”Liu Ming (China)Scientist, graduate of the Faculty of Materials Science, Moscow State University
“Studying at the School of Translation and Interpretation helped me to acquire the necessary knowledge and introduced me to interesting people. I got very useful experience and wonderful memories. I am proud to have a diploma from the School of Translation and Interpretation. Despite the coronavirus, I was immediately able to find a job at a Korean medical tourism company. The diploma helped me a lot, because I am the only person in the company who speaks Russian. At work, I often have to translate various documents, and here the knowledge and skills acquired at the faculty are very useful.”Kim Soyeon (South Korea)Marketing Manager for Russia and CIS countries at Himedi, graduate of the School of Translation and Interpretation, Moscow State University