University Antonio de Nebrija representatives visit RUDN IFL
University Antonio de Nebrija representatives visit RUDN IFL
May 15, Anna Chokadze gave a lecture devoted to Antonio de Nebrija, the eminent Spanish philologist, pedagogue, historian, grammarian and poet, after whom the University is named. In the frame of master class “Education standards in Spain and Russia” Tamara Rodil Cuadrado told about education detail
May 15, Anna Chokadze gave a lecture devoted to Antonio de Nebrija, the eminent Spanish philologist, pedagogue, historian, grammarian and poet, after whom the University is named. In the frame of master class “Education standards in Spain and Russia” Tamara Rodil Cuadrado told about education details and training of specialists standards in Spain as an example of work and education programs realized in the University Antonio de Nebrija. Anna Chokadze, official representative of the University Antonio de Nebrija in Russia, and Tamara Rodil Cuadrado, head of the University International program Department, were invited by the Foreign languages department of theory and practice. The lecture and the master class were held in the frame of their visit to the Institute of Foreign Languages.
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