Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) has officially kicked off the International Polytechnic Winter School 2022 online.
More than 450 international students from 20 countries, including China, Germany, France, Portugal, Croatia, Italy, India, and others, will participate in the new season.
- At Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, the International Polytechnic Winter School 2022 has commenced online.
- The new season will feature around 450 international students from 20 countries, including China, Germany, France, Portugal, Croatia, Italy, India, and others.
- From January to March, Polytechnic University will host 26 programs, six of which will be held for the first time.
Polytechnic University will hold 26 programs from January through March, six of which will be offered for the first time.
Transport Machinery, Project Management for Sustainable Development, Quantitative Finance: Financial Markets, HR Analytics and Human Capital Development, Russia in the World, and World Languages and TESOL are among the programs available.
Successful completion of the programs will result in international certificates with European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits that participants can utilize at their home universities, as is customary.
The opening ceremony, which was held via the Microsoft Teams platform, drew over 350 people.
The International Polytechnic Summer and Winter Schools is one of Polytechnic University’s largest international undertakings. The schools have already been held multiple times online during the pandemic.
Many students from SPbPU partner universities are among those attending the International Polytechnic Winter School 2022, including Tsinghua University, Zhejiang University, Shanghai Maritime University, Munich Technical University, and others.
In general, the number of Chinese participants has increased significantly this season. This is partly owing to the activities of the SPbPU’s Shanghai official representative office.
International students at the International Polytechnic Winter School will study space technologies, engineering, natural sciences, civil engineering, Russian language and culture, in addition to new programs.
Moreover, students will have a full cultural program in their spare time, which will be broadcast online.
Participants will also enjoy a virtual tour of the Hermitage and take an interactive walk around Polytechnic University’s campus.
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