The Sex Lives of College Girls Guide to Release Date, Cast News, and Spoilers
If you loved Never Have I Ever, creator Mindy Kaling has more in store for you: The actress, writer, director, and producer is headed to HBO Max with The Sex Lives of College Girls. The comedy follows four college roommates of various backgrounds as they navigate campus social life, hormones, and their newfound freedom at New England’s Essex College. Here’s what else to know.
When does it come out?
The first two episodes premiere on HBO Max on Thursday, Nov. 18, followed by three new episodes on Nov. 25, three more on Dec. 2, and the final two on Dec. 9. There are 10 episodes total.
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Is there a trailer yet?
The official teaser, shared by HBO Max on Sept. 22, introduces our leading quartet after what seems like a rough night out. The following morning, someone’s alarm goes off in the dorm, setting the roommates into hilarious, hungover disarray.
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Who‘s in it?
Pauline Chalamet (The King of Staten Island, and yes Timothée’s is her brother) plays Kimberly, a book-smart valedictorian who hails from a working-class Arizona suburb. She’s “prepared for college academically — but not so much socially,” Variety.
Amrit Kaur (The D Cut, Kim’s Convenience) plays Bela, a comedy-loving “cornball” with no filter. She’s from a wealthy, northern New Jersey suburb and claims to be sex positive, though she just lost her virginity two weeks ago, per Variety.
Reneé Rapp (Mean Girls on Broadway) plays the entitled Leighton, who grew up in the Upper East Side of Manhattan in a rich, Republican family.
Newcomer Alyah Chanelle Scott plays Whitney, who enters Essex as a rising soccer star after graduating from her Los Angeles prep school. She’s also the daughter of “the most powerful Black senator in the country.”
Series regulars include Midori Francis, Gavin Leatherwood, Chris Meyer, Ilia Isorelys Paulino, Lauren Spencer, and Renika Williams.
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What is it about?
“It’s about four young women who are assigned randomly as roommates at college, in a fictional East Coast college in Vermont called Essex College,” Kaling told ELLE.com in August. “It’s an amalgam of a lot of different experiences that me and my co-creator, Justin Noble, had. The girls are so different from each other, and we get to see them at the beginning of their freshman year, and they’re all very ambitious. We see how they navigate classes and romantic relationships.”
Kaling also added that the new series feels “definitely more adult” than Never Have I Ever (the title alone gives it away). But it doesn’t just focus on sex; it also “tackles the challenges of being a young woman in college. ”
The team did “a lot of research” on college campus life, Kaling added. “It’s such a hotbed for activism, and it can be a really scary place, too. We got to explore a lot of different things, but we wanted to do it through the lens, as I always do, of comedy and diversity. We approached different issues, but with a sense of humor about it.”
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First Teaser for ‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’
For those of us who love the work of Mindy Kaling and can’t believe we have to wait a year for the next season of Never Have I Ever, there’s now a reason to celebrate.
Kaling has created a new series, called The Sex Lives of College Girls, which is set to premiere on HBO Max later this fall. Up until now, little information had been released about the show, but Kaling has offered us the first teaser for the series.
“Early mornings are not it,” she said in the caption of the clip, along with a weary face emoji. “Get ready for @thesexlivesofcollegegirls! Streaming November 18, only on @hbomax.”
In the clip, we see the show’s four leading ladies—Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp and Alyah Chanelle Scott—each hungover in bed while a phone alarm rings, and they are all trying to get one another to go shut it off. As the four are shown lying in bed with pillows over their heads, the scene is interspersed with flashbacks from the night before, where we see glitter shots, grinding on statues and so much more.
“I think I’m still drunk,” Chalamet says as the phone continues buzzing (and if that name looks familiar, it’s because she is the older sister of actor Timothée Chalamet). “If I stand, I will die,” Rapp adds.
In the official writeup from HBO Max, they say, “The Sex Lives of College Girls follows four college roommates as they arrive at New England’s prestigious Essex College. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating as they live out their new, free lives on campus.”
While this video is only the first taste we’ve gotten of Kaling’s new series, fans couldn’t contain their excitement in the comments. One user said, “I love your work Mindy so I’m so excited for another amazing show!” Another commented, “Mindy, you are killing it. No doubt, another hit! Congratulations sis!” We have to agree with one user who said, “This teaser!!!!! I want more already!!!”
We’ll be counting down the days until November 18.
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The Sex Lives of College Girls: First Look & Premiere Date!
HBO Max’s collaboration with the incomparable Mindy Kaling will be available to stream later this year.
The Max Original comedy The Sex Loves of College Girls debuts on the streaming service with the first two episodes Thursday, November 18.
The ten-episode series continues with three new episodes on November 25 and December 2, leading up to the final two episodes of the season on December 9.
The binge method with a staggered release worked well for The Flight Attendant and Love Life, but this series looks like it could benefit from a one-episode rollout, especially if every episode is filled with the humor from the initial trailer.
Created by Emmy®-nominated writer/producer Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble, the comedy follows four college roommates as they arrive at New England’s prestigious Essex College.
A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating as they live out their new, free lives on campus.
The series stars Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott.
Additional series regulars include Midori Francis, Gavin Leatherwood, Chris Meyer, Ilia Isorelys Paulino, Lauren Spencer, and Renika Williams.
Kaling and showrunner Justin Noble co-wrote the first episode and executive produced with Howard Klein.
The series is produced by Kaling International and 3 Arts Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television.
HBO Max has tried teen dramas so far, and the results have been mixed.
Generation did not perform as well as expected, so the streamer canceled it after a 16-episode first season.
The reboot of Gossip Girl attracted bumper viewership on its opening weekend and landed a second season renewal earlier this month.
The reboot returns for its final six episodes in November.
A teen drama with a comedic approach should be fun, but it will come down to its execution and whether fans connect with the rollout plan.
Alas, check out the full trailer below and hit the comments with your thoughts.
The trailer is fun!
Will you be watching this series?
Are you cut up about the cancellation of Generation?
Hit the comments below.
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(PDF) A Comparative Study of College Girls from Four Streams of Education Regarding Their Beliefs about Upbringing of Children
challenges them to explore how to live together
happily in their families, other social groups and
communities. The very word home means the
family and so home science aims at the overall
development of every individual in the family:
young or old, men or women. Home Science
education fosters understanding of child devel-
opmental process and uses it to strengthen in-
terpersonal relationships and parent-child rela-
If the “content” of a particular educational
stream is looked at, the Home Science educa-
tion is concerned with the maintenance and
enrichment of human relationships through the
development and judicious use of all available
human and material resources to achieve a maxi-
mal satisfying life for all members of the fam-
ily. Satheesh et al. (2005) stated that all skills
required by individuals to communicate to oth-
ers and be well placed in the society is possible
only through home science. It not just teaches
child-care but Human Development and Fam-
ily Studies-one of the major in Home Science-
deals with human and their development i.e.
from child rearing, vaccination, feeding to early
childhood education to adulthood to old age;
from peer and youth problems to old age prob-
lems and their solutions; from human psychol-
ogy to population control; from rights of child,
women and human rights (Ahlawat and Shekhar
2009). Thus, it can be very well interpreted from
the work quoted above regarding the content of
Home Science education that it prepares the girls
for better parental roles which is also revealed
in the results of the present study that Girls from
Home Science stream were found to attain the
highest average modernity score on all the as-
pects under study.
The present study revealed how streams of
education vary with respect to their contribu-
tions in the modernization of college girls’ be-
liefs regarding the upbringing of children. The
college girls from Home Science stream were
found to attain the highest average modernity
score on all the aspects under study, namely
beliefs regarding the upbringing approach for
the children, role of father in child’s upbring-
ing, gender related expectations and aspirations
for the children, and expected characteristic /
qualities in children. The Science stream col-
lege girls were found to attain the second high-
est average modernity score and BA (Home Sci-
ence) and BA stream girls were observed to score
third highest and lowest average modernity
score on these aspects respectively. It can be
concluded that the Home Science stream im-
parts the most modern thoughts / beliefs related
to the upbringing approaches for children or
beliefs regarding child rearing among its stu-
dent. This means that “content” of education
imparted in Home Science Stream is the deter-
mining factor in this context.
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4 arrested over disappearance of three college girls in Dhaka
One suspect remanded for two days while other three lands in jail
Police on Sunday arrested four people in a case filed over the disappearance of three female college students from Pallabi area of Mirpur, Dhaka.
A Dhaka court sent one of them to police remand for two days and the other three to jail.
Pallabi police station OC Parvez Islam identified the four suspects as Md Tariqullah, 19, Md Rakibullah, 20, Zinnia alias Tiktok Zinnia Rose, 18, and Sharfuddin Ahmed Ayon, 18.
Of them, Rakibullah was placed on remand by Metropolitan Magistrate Begum Mahmuda Akter.
Based on the defence’s plea that the matter of the other three’s remand should go to juvenile court as they are underage, the magistrate decided to hold off their remand hearing after their ages are determined.
According to police, the three girls — aged between 16 and 18 — left their homes in college uniforms on Thursday with large amounts of money, gold jewellery and their educational and birth certificates. They have since been missing.
Advocate Qazi Rowshan Dil Afroj, the elder sister of one of the girls, filed the case on Saturday with Pallabi police against the four accused and four more unidentified persons.
The families alleged that the trio was abducted after being lured with offers to travel abroad. They also claimed Tariqullah, Rakibullah, Zinnia and Ayon were involved in human trafficking.
According to the case document, the teenagers and the accused were acquainted with each other through study purposes. Tariqullah and Zinnia also used to visit the plaintiff’s sister at their home.
On the morning of September 30, the families of the three girls figured out that the trio was missing. The plaintiff also checked the houses of the four accused and failed to trace them as well.
Later that night, the plaintiff’s family found out that her sister had left home after taking Tk600,000 in cash and gold jewellery worth Tk80,000 from the family almirah as well as her educational and birth certificates.
Of the other two girls, one took off with Tk75,000 from her house and the other took off with 2.5 bhoris of gold jewellery from her house. Both of them also took their certificates.
During a frantic search for the girls, the families learned from witnesses that the trio had gotten into a white microbus from Kaillar Mor area on Paris Road at Mirpur 10, which falls under the jurisdiction of Pallabi police station, around 9am on September 30.
The plaintiff alleged that the four accused and their unidentified associates were involved in the premeditated abduction of the girls that day, after luring them with false promises.
Mindy Kaling Tackles The Party Education Years For HBO Max
Mindy Kaling has taken her rise to stardom in several different directions. Her work as an actor and writer on “The Office” led to her success with “The Mindy Project” and then the festival film “Late Night” starring herself and Emma Thompson. Lately, she has turned her focus to coming-of-age storytelling, namely with the Netflix hit “Never Have I Ever,” starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as a sophomore in high school trying to change her social status after a traumatizing freshman year.
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Now, Kaling is centering on a slightly older group of young adults with the HBO Max series “The Sex Lives of College Girls.” The show centers around four roommates – played by up-and-comers Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Renée Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott – enjoying their life at Essex College in New England.
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The show also features several veteran actors, including Sherri Shepherd, Maya Rose, Dylan Sprouse, and Rob Huebel. Additional series regulars include Midori Francis, Gavin Leatherwood, Chris Meyer, Ilia Isorelys Paulino, Lauren Spencer, and Renika Williams. Here’s the official synopsis:
Created by Emmy®-nominated writer/producer Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble, THE SEX LIVES OF COLLEGE GIRLS follows four college roommates as they arrive at New England’s prestigious Essex College. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating as they live out their new, free lives on campus.
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It will also be interesting to see how the show tackles that classic college aesthetic. So much about the typical college lifestyle has been hyper-analyzed in television and film, and this series is an opportunity to do something new with that genre. Granted, Kaling probably will not go full “Community,” but she has some room creatively to work with.
The Max Original comedy debuts on HBO Max with the first two episodes on November 18. The ten-episode series continues with three new episodes on November 25 and December 2, leading up to the final two episodes of the season on December 9.
Mindy Kaling’s ‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’ Gets First Trailer
Sex and the City gave us stories about the sex lives of women in their 30s in New York City, and now Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble are bringing us a series about the sex lives of four 18-year-olds at a prestigious New England college — and if the trailer for The Sex Lives of College Girls is any indication, it’s going to be really fun.
The trailer begins with the mind-numbing sound of an iPhone alarm, and shows four hungover women — Pauline Chalamet (Timothée Chalamet’s sister!), Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott — in four different beds not wanting to get up to turn it off. There’s a montage that shows partying, taking shots out of tiny red cups and making out with dudes. It feels like it’s been a minute since we’ve had some party media (cue the soundtrack to 2012’s Project X) and it feels appropriate that post-lockdown summer give us some salacious, shot-taking, vomit-on-the-sidewalk content.
According to Variety, the women all come from different background and are described as being “a bundle of contradictions and hormones,” and the show is about them bonding as they navigate campus life, relationships and hookups. Kaling says the show touches on various aspects of college life and academia: The characters play club sports, attend a “naked party,” deal with gender and race quotas at a school publication, and it even touches on Title IX and socio-economic inequalities some students face in college, she shared in a panel on September 22 . Oh, and it takes place in a “post-Covid” world, so thankfully, we won’t have to deal with plotlines about someone getting Covid from a stranger make out.
Mostly, it seems fun and horny. “I guess I’m more interested in young women and their horny exploits than I thought,” Kaling said during the panel. “One thing that a lot of my shows and projects have in common are young women who have big personalities and big ambitions. On a regular show you may watch, there may be one character like that [but] I wanted to show four young women who come in with a really strong point of view.”
Kaling says the show — which has a writer team consisting of almost entirely women — is loosely based on hers and Noble’s experiences in college. “If I wrote from my experience, the show would be called ‘The Nonexistent Sex Life of a College Closeted Gay Boy Who’s Only Friends With Girls,’” Noble said. “And that’s just a little more niche. ”
The Sex Lives of College Girls will have kind of a chaotic release schedule that feels like its becoming more common in streaming services — to keep us all on our toes! It will debut its first two episodes on November 18, its next three episodes on November 25, three more on December 2 and the final two on December 9.
Watch the trailer for The Sex Lives of College Girls, below.
90,000 A photo of the alleged killer of three female students near Orenburg was published
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A photo was published the alleged murderer of three female students near Orenburg
The police spread an orientation towards Alexander Lazarev, who allegedly killed three female students in the town of Gai, Orenburg region.RIA Novosti, 03.10.2021
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MOSCOW, October 3 – RIA Novosti. The police spread their orientation to Alexander Lazarev, who allegedly killed three female students in the town of Gai, Orenburg region. The suspect, a 29-year-old native of Orsk, was previously convicted. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Investigative Committee, on the day of the crime, the man was wearing a short light brown suede jacket, dark pants and sneakers. I had a black gym bag with me. The things were lying near the water tower in Gaya, there were traces of blood on them. The bodies of two girls with multiple stab wounds were found on September 30 in a burned apartment.The third victim was found in the yard. The victims were 17, 18 and 19 years old, they went to medical college and rented an apartment for three. At the scene of the crime, there was also a murder weapon – a kitchen knife. At first, an 18-year-old native of Bashkiria and his older brother, with whom one of the victims met, were suspected of the murder, but they themselves contacted the operatives and announced an alibi: on the day of the crime they were in Ufa . ..
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A photo of a suspect in the murder of three female students near Orenburg appeared
Alleged the murderer of female students in Gai stabbed the director of the club
And he himself came to the police with a confession
Alexander Lazarev, a suspect in the murder of three female students in the town of Gai, Orenburg Region, returned to this settlement after his imprisonment in a colony – to his wife and daughter.This was told by people who knew the alleged offender.
The details of the first crime for which Lazarev received 9 years and 4 months in prison were also found out. On February 23, 2012, during a quarrel, he stabbed the owner of the Orange club. The conflict took place near the institution, the director of the club found the strength to walk to the office where he died. Two days later, Lazarev, at that time a 20-year-old car mechanic with a criminal record for robbery, reported to the police. Despite this, many said that he could take someone else’s blame on himself.“Sasha is thin, and the owner of the bar is a master of sports in boxing,” they argued.
Lazarev met his future wife by correspondence when he was serving time in a colony. In 2017, they got married, then a daughter was born. The wife was waiting for the prisoner after his release in Gai, where he arrived when he was released this summer.
Friends say that he got a job as an auxiliary worker for a private entrepreneur. How he could be associated with the murdered students and what caused the massacre is still unclear.Recall that traces of DNA belonging to Lazarev were found on the clothes of the victims. His search continues.
See also: “The details of the biography of the alleged murderer of female students have been clarified:” The criminal subculture accepts “
Eyewitnesses filmed the arrest of a suspect in the murder of female students from Guy
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Published in the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” No. 28637 dated October 4, 2021
The student killer started with an orange
90,000 Four female students of the Higher School of Economics reported harassment by a teacher.He was not fired
According to the students, Tseluiko tried to establish informal relations with them – he made compliments in correspondence, invited him to take a walk and go to the cinema, and also invited him to his home. One of the girls claims that in her freshman year she wrote to Tseluiko to interview her on the curriculum, after which the teacher began inviting her to “drink wine or go to a Chinese restaurant.” Then their correspondence stopped after the student explained that she did not need informal communication with the teacher.
Three years later, when the student was in her fourth year, Tseluiko wrote to her again and began to ask about her vacation in Italy. According to her, in one of the messages, the teacher wrote to her the following: “Maybe you need me to sit you on my lap and say: Dasha, you are so beautiful that you already have a member?” After that, the girl blocked the teacher on the social network.
Three more HSE students also spoke about harassment by Tseluiko. According to two of them, the teacher preferred to correspond in the telegram, because there it is possible to delete the correspondence, including the messages of the interlocutor.At the same time, the publication has screenshots of correspondences at its disposal, confirming the words of the girls.
In the summer of 2020, two students wrote a complaint to the dean’s office, after which they were invited to a conversation with a representative of the HSE security directorate. As the newspaper notes, in total, the girls testified four times about their experiences in personal meetings with the leadership of the university.
In October 2020, a confrontation between students and Tseluiko took place at the university. The teacher accused the students of lying and called the accusations “complete nonsense.”“It all looks like a trial, in which word against word, and no evidence. I believe that I did not violate anything, ”he said at the meeting, the audio recording of which is at the disposal of the newspaper.
As a result, the vice-rector of the university, Evgeny Artemov, who is responsible for ensuring security, told the girls that Tseluiko would no longer be allowed to meet with the students, and also suggested that they start word of mouth. “Word of mouth is very strong. Little by little I will push him down, ”said Artyomov.
According to the students, the security directorate of the university promised them that they would not renew their contract with Tseluiko after 2021. However, in July, the university reported that Tseluiko continued to work.
Classmates of the students killed near Orenburg behaved strangely
In the town of Gai, Orenburg region, three young female students of a medical college were found murdered. The girls rented an apartment where a fire broke out on the night of September 30. The bodies of two female students with stab wounds were found inside.The third girl was found in the yard. Investigators now have no murder suspects. Why this is happening, we found out from local residents.
The city of Guy, where the triple murder took place, is quite decent, not a backwater. There are several schools, a technical school, a Palace of Culture, sports clubs, and a museum of local lore. Most of the population works at the mining and processing plant. We asked the journalists of the Guy.RF edition about the crime situation.
– We have a population of 40 thousand, Gai himself is quite calm, quiet and small, you can get around him on foot.There was no such serious crime here. In the dashing nineties, no showdowns will be remembered, there were no gangster groups born. There were seldom domestic killings in the city – although I don’t remember the last time I was. In short, Guy is not Chicago. Therefore, the people felt safe here, – says the journalist of the local media. – What happened to the students is a shock for us, for the first time such a resonant crime.
Students rented an apartment in a four-story building on Molodezhnaya Street.The house has four entrances and a total of 48 apartments. All the neighbors knew each other. After the incident, the entrance where the victims lived was cordoned off.
– The house is located near the city center. Students to the medical college on foot for 10-12 minutes, – says a neighbor of the victims. – Our area is very decent. There are not even drunks and marginals. We saw these girls, but we didn’t communicate with them. What for? They are young, we are pensioners. There was never any noise from them. Nobody heard anything that night either…
According to the residents of the house, it was not possible to find the criminal in hot pursuit.
– At least we have a decent city only by local standards, but that is, of course, a province. For example, cameras were not installed on houses and streets here, therefore, it was not possible for the police to track the killer, – adds the interlocutor. – Local operatives arrived, cordoned off the house, the area near the entrance, spent five hours in the apartment of the victims, and left essentially with nothing. They probably had no experience in investigating such high-profile crimes…
Meanwhile, local journalists and residents of the city suggest that the perpetrator is most likely an acquaintance of the girls. Perhaps this person was under illegal drugs. According to the townspeople, there are enough drug addicts in Gai.
– The police make a helpless gesture: they have no versions yet. Since there are no CCTV cameras in the city, they will have to look for the criminal using digital media – maybe something remained in the phones of the victims, local journalists argue. – We still arrived at the medical college where the victims studied – they did not talk to us there.The fellow students of the dead also behave strangely: they stood and giggled, for some reason refused to communicate.
All three dead girls are from Bashkiria. They lived in remote villages. 19-year-old Zulfiya Sanikina hails from the village of Yumashevo, 17-year-old deceased student from Verkhny Idrisovo, 18-year-old Adilya Karimova came to study from the small village of Tuembetovo. One of the residents of the village of Verkhnee Idrisovo told about the youngest victim.
“This girl is from a large family, her closest relative is the head of our local village council,” says the murdered countrywoman.- The family is decent, average income, do not live in poverty. Of course, the parents wanted the girl to get out of this hole, so they sent her to study at a medical college, after which there are prospects of entering a decent university.
The girlfriends with whom she rented an apartment, the parents of the deceased knew. Mom was constantly in touch with her daughter. Their girl did not make any strange acquaintances. What happened, no one still can understand.
Read the article “The second suspect in the murder of female students near Orenburg proved his innocence”
Published in the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” No. 28636 dated October 1, 2021
Guy, not Chicago!
Southern Federal University | Press-center: Student of IFZHiMKK SFedU won gold at DigitalSkills
4-year student of the Institute of Philology, Journalism and Intercultural Communication of the Southern Federal University Elena Kochash won gold at the Third Industry Championship in the field of information technology DigitalSkills 2021.She won in the category “Teaching English in a distance format”. The compatriot and expert mentor of the student is Anna Andrienko, Associate Professor of the Department of English Philology.
“The competition was pretty intense. In total, there were 5 participants in our competence, a student from a Moscow Pedagogical University and a teacher from the Moscow College of Business (they took 2nd and 3rd places) made me quite strong. In total, we had to solve 6 modules, each module is designed for 3 hours.We worked for three days, two modules a day. Here our pedagogical competence, language competence and ability to work with educational platforms were tested in order to make the lesson as effective as possible. I would like to express many thanks to Anna Alexandrovna Andrienko, my mentor, mentor and so-called “compatriot”. Without her, nothing would have happened, she taught me a lot in the process of these competitions and preparation for them, incredibly supported me and, in general, saw the potential in me, “Elena Kochash emphasized.
The championship was held from 21 to 24 September in Kazan. Among the participants were 25 students and employees of SFedU. This year, the prestigious competitions were held in 35 competencies in the field of information and digital technologies. SFedU students and staff competed in nine competencies:
- “Web Design and Development”,
- “Industrial Robotics”,
- “Development of mobile applications”,
- “Quantum technologies”,
- Machine Learning and Big Data,
- “Teaching English in a distance format”,
- “Development of a solution using blockchain technologies”,
- “Digital Business Opportunities.”
The “Golden” competence for IFZHiMKK, “Teaching English in a distance format”, was presented for the first time.
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90,000 Internship at the University of Cologne, 4th year student Evgeniya Solonovich
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My internship at the University of Cologne (Germany)
Spring semester 2013 I spent on an internship at the University of Cologne (Germany).
The University of Cologne is one of the oldest universities in all of Europe, founded in 1388. The Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences is by far the largest in Germany, with about 9,000 students.
In March, a month before the official start of the semester, I had the opportunity to take a semester German course, which I gladly took advantage of. At that time, I already spoke this language at an intermediate level, but unlike English, I could not speak it at all.Language courses became a huge plus of my internship – I not only improved my knowledge of the language to a decent level and was able to finally speak, but also gained invaluable learning experience in a multinational group (out of 15 people in the group, a maximum of 2 were from the same country).
The educational process at the university is structured somewhat differently than in Russia. Before the start of the semester, the student independently chooses the courses that are of interest to him, and, depending on the time of their conduct, forms his own personal schedule.The main requirement is to get a certain number of points per semester. Typically, each individual course can run from April to May or July. Accordingly, exams are held in June and August, and it is also possible to pass them in the fall. Attendance at classes is strictly a student’s personal business. All lecture presentations and problem solutions can be found electronically. It is noteworthy that even with such favorable conditions, students still strive to attend all classes so as not to miss any useful information.Some courses involve solving cases in groups of 4-6 people. Successful completion of this assignment may affect the test score. The exams are very strict, it is impossible to use any help or retake it in case of an unsatisfactory result. Therefore, students are very responsible in their preparation, and at this time it is almost impossible to find a free space in the library.
Being a student in Germany is a real pleasure.Starting from free travel on any transport in their federal state and ending with a huge number of events and parties. The University of Cologne has a huge number of exchange students from all over the world! An internship there is an invaluable opportunity to learn something new about other cultures, hear dozens of new languages and even taste national dishes prepared by students from other countries.
It should also be mentioned that Cologne is located in the center of Europe, which is very convenient for travel.Among exchange students, weekend excursions to neighboring cities or even countries, for example, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, are not uncommon. You can literally travel all over Europe, or at least Germany.
During this time, I have significantly improved my level of language skills, acquired a clear understanding of my further education and career, and made a lot of new friends. I would highly recommend an internship to all students who are aiming for success. It can be difficult to live independently in a foreign country and apply exclusively in foreign languages, but the benefits of such an experience can be endlessly listed.
4th year student of the Faculty of Management
90,000 Four BSPU students made it to the finals of the professional skills competition “A teacher from the capital for a capital education”
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