ValeriyZhmaylov, vice-rector for scientific, pedagogical and educational work, was the first to address the guests.He said that those, who are good at English and German,can participate in exchange programs, since many of them are designed for college students.
SNAUstudents, whohave already been abroad, shared their experience and secrets of successful trips with guests.
During the conversation, a German lecturer, Carsten Grunwald, called young people to start preparing for international exchangeprograms today and invited them to participate in the meetings of the German club at SNAU.
As an important condition for participation in such programs is foreign language proficiency, the university staff invited the guests to undergo a small test in English or German. While their workswere being checked, college students were able to get acquainted with the faculties and laboratories of the SNAU.
All participants received certificates indicating their level of proficiency in a foreign language.