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Pushkin Institute opens in Beijing

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Pushkin Institute opens in Beijing


The China University of Petroleum students will learn Russian with a help of computer program developed by the South Ural State University. Russian university from Chelyabinsk has opened  its branch named the Pushkin Institute in Beijing, Expert Magazine reports. 

New methodology uses specially tailored computer program to plunge students into a language environment. The program is optimal for a distance learning. Internet-Olympiad in Russian language is going to be its next step.

Members of Chinese educational community are very interested in elaborations of scientists and programmers from the South Ural State University. Many of the leading Chinese universities' heads were present at the Pushkin Institute in Beijing branch opening.

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