09.10.2019In Italy classes begin in October. Pushkin Institute – Center of Russian Language and Culture at Luigi Van Vitelli Campania University welcomed all those who want to study Russian language and learn traditions and customs of our country with a first class on October 3, 2019.
Every year we see a growing interest in Russian language and culture in Italy. More than 50 people signed up for a three-month course. For this, tremendous credit goes to the administration of Italian partner-university, in particular to Prorector Rosanna Cioffi, and Maria Luisa Chirico, director of the Department of Philology and Cultural Values, as well as to B.B. Takushinova, curator of the Center, lector of the Chair of Linguocommunicativistics and Applied Foreign Languages at the Institute of Foreign Languages and International Tourism, who guide the promotional and organizational activity.
In this anniversary year for our university, M.V. Dzhagaryan, senior lector of the Chair of Linguocommunicativistics and Applied Foreign Languages guides an educational and cultural activity at Pushkin Institute – Center of Russian Language and Culture at Luigi Van Vitelli Campania University.
No doubt, that a fruitful work of the Center is based on a long-term successful interinstitutional cooperation of the Department of Philology and Cultural Values of Luigi Van Vitelli Campania University and Institute of Foreign Languages and International Tourism, headed by Professor A.M. Akopyants, backed by the Department of International Relations and Pushkin Institute of PSU, headed by Professor I.B. Fedotova. Curation of the joint international projects with Italy is done by V.K. Narymov, coordinator of the Center of Italian Language and Culture, Associate Professor at the Char of Linguocommunicativistics and Applied Foreign Languages.