The Maurice Thorez Institute of Foreign Languages / Moscow State Linguistic University
The government of the Russian Federation has introduced numerous measures to control the spread of coronavirus infection in our country. Russian universities are also concerned about the situation and are actively following all the recommendations provided by the government in order to protect the health and safety of students.
Though there are no cases of coronavirus infection at MSLU, starting March 16, MSLU will provide online courses for all students including foreign exchange students. Access to MSLU Main building will be limited for students but we all remain in touch via e-mail. We have already forwarded this information to all students.
All the important information regarding the current situation is published on our website. If you or your students have questions we will be glad to help you. firstname.lastname@example.org, +7 (499) 245-22-11.
7 Bulgarian stories, 7 Bulgarian writers, 7 student translators
September 17: the Library of Foreign Literature named after M.I. Rudomino hosted a presentation of the book "7 Bulgarian stories, 7 Bulgarian writers, 7 student translators", a joint project of MSLU, the Bulgarian Cultural Institute and the Library of Foreign Literature.
Webinar by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) at MSLU
In accordance with the plan of cooperation of our university with WIPO, on September 15, a free WIPO webinar "PCT System: Typical Errors in Filing International Applications and During the International Phase" was organized. The webinar was attended by representatives of the Faculty of Translating and Interpreting, the Institute of International Law and Justice and the Project Office for International Cooperation. A total of 32 students and university staff were trained online.
Visit to the Office of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in Moscow
On September 3, students of the Program for the Training of Interpreters for International Organizations (MSLU), accompanied by Head of the Programme Irina Shokina and curators Varvara Kozlova and Daria Toidze met with office management and translators of the Moscow office of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), namely Oleg Kobyakov, Director of the FAO Office for Liaison with the Russian Federation, Aleksandr Poddubny, a FAO staff interpreter (graduate of the M. Torez Moscow State Pedagogical Institute), and other staff.