Virtual booth for online Study Abroad Fairs
Russian study abroad experience

Virtual booth for online Study Abroad Fairs

In the pandemic time, many universities move their traditional Study Abroad Fairs online and arrange virtual events. Organizers use different online fair platforms and different booth setups, which makes effective presenting of programs and services quite complicated. In response to these challenges, “Learn Russian in the European Union” has built a universal Virtual Study Abroad […]

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Virtual booth for online Study Abroad Fairs

Russian study abroad experience

In the pandemic time, many universities move their traditional Study Abroad Fairs online and arrange virtual events. Organizers use different online fair platforms and different booth setups, which makes effective presenting of programs and services quite complicated.

In response to these challenges, “Learn Russian in the European Union” has built a universal Virtual Study Abroad Fair booth. We have optimized it for introducing our programs and Daugavpils in a compact and more entertaining way – with videos, narrated presentations, maps, student testimonials, and downloadable materials. We hope it may be interesting to explore.

Please find our virtual fair booth at https://study-abroad-fair.learnrussianineu.com/

We would appreciate your sharing this link with all people interested in attending in-person study abroad programs.

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Etude on Dvinsk by F.Fedorov

The Baltic region is one of the most catastrophe prone regions of the 2nd millennium, especially its second part; it is the centre of attraction of ‘geopolitical’ interests of the European world. Probably the most tragic fate has befallen to the eastern part of the present Latvia and its multi-titled town of Dinaburg – Dvinsk – Daugavpils. During its 730 years long history, the town went through five rather autonomous periods of development, five different lives (German, Polish, Russian, Latvian, Soviet), and at the beginning of the 1990s it entered into the 6th period.

The history of Dinaburg – Dvinsk – Daugavpils is the history of five attempts by the town to begin its life anew; and this is determined not only by the fact that the town was four times burned down and had to start life from scratch, but first and foremost because each of these periods was characterized by a total change of ethnos and the socio-cultural field.

The present article deals with the cultural space of the town in one of the most efficient periods of its development – from the 1860s till World War I.

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