The focus of the discussion was thematic blocks of questions related to new computer technologies, modern music, environmental pollution and so on.
The students demonstrated competencies in public speaking, the ability to present information in a foreign language, the ability to find and organize interesting data on a wide range of problems.
The event was organized by the Department of Foreign Languages and General Educational Disciplines. In general, 16 students from the University and College of Economics, Law and Information Technologies participated in the event.
Successful holding of the round table is attributed both to thorough preparation of students for the report and moderators’ interesting, creative interaction with the audience.
We wish all participants further success in their education and research. We are looking forward to the next meeting!