IFNTUOG students have been trained at Canadian University

In all countries, schools, universities and other educational institutions have switched to distance program mode because of the quarantine caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The University of Regina (Canada) has started a new course aimed at the integration with foreign universities. The students of the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ilona Sapizhak (IHPA), Marta Dumych (IEM), Iryna Demkovych (IHPA), Eduard Tokach and Jorge Rivadeneyra (IPE) did not miss the opportunity to feel like the students of the Canadian university for several weeks.

The Winter 2021 Virtual International Student Orientation Program in which IFNTUNOG students participated was a course at the University of Regina where an international students had the opportunity to join different groups and study their chosen disciplines for a semester. The training included a combination of live virtual online meetings using Zoom platform (synchronously) and web-based UR Courses (asynchronously).

1The students of IHPA, Iryna Demkovych and Ilona Sapizhak shared their impressions of studies at the University of Regina. They told that they always wanted to study abroad, to get acquainted with other students, cultures, traditions. Thanks to the university and the Center for International Cooperation (CIC) in particular, they were able to realize their dream.

In general, for the students, this program is not only to know more about the learning process in other countries, but an invaluable experience and new reality in foreign language environment.


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