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From the experience of teaching the Russian language at Xi’an Petroleum University

Luo Hudie
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Luo Hudie, China Lecturer in the Department of Russian at Xi’an Shiyou University, China, e-mail:


Based on the analysis of publications it has been revealed that one of the priority directions of state policy in the leading countries of the world is internationalization of education as a set of purposeful measures of integration of educational content in order to form cross-cultural competences. The process of internationalization of education in China is characterized by an increase in research and educational programs, expansion of faculty mobility, improvement of the legal framework for international mobility.

The implementation of the international Chinese initiative “One Belt, One Road” has put forward new requirements for the training of highly qualified specialists in the Russian language. Chairs of the Russian language in Chinese universities are constantly reforming and updating training models to meet the requirements of the new situation. In this article we analyze the practice of the joint Chinese-Russian educational program for the training of Russian-speaking bachelors.

The measures to improve the model of joint training of Russian-speaking specialists in Xi’an Oil University are named: a wide implementation of digital technologies, pre-training curriculum, international teaching teams, administration and support of the educational process, adaptation of professional competencies in Russian language for technical, engineering and military professions; creation of a translation methodology of academic grades; support for students to address academic and social issues during foreign.

Key words: internationalization of education, Russian language teaching, a system of practical courses.



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