Associate Professor Julia Kazhan, Head of the German and French Philology Department of Mariupol State University visited Berlin where the scheduled meeting of participants of the international project «Digital Network University» was held. The program of activities included discussing the results of the digital university and plans for the next academic year.
The Digital Network University is a virtual association of higher educational institutions created for a long-term cooperation. The project is being implemented by the Goethe-Institut in cooperation with the universities of Germany, Austria, Georgia, Ukraine and other countries with the support of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany within the frameworks of «Eastern Partnership» program.
Within the frameworks of the project, which began in October 2018, online courses on the topics, such as «Intercultural Communication», «Education for Sustainable Development» were created and other courses on current topics are being developed. As a part of the working group, Julia Kazhan is developing a propaedeutic (preparatory) course to the basic one «Education for Sustainable Development». Its goal is to prepare students who are not native speakers for work with basic courses developed in German language.
In the next academic year, students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages of MSU can take part in the courses of the Digital Network University.
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