Do Svidaniya Moskva! 

Hello international blog readers! This is my last post about my experience in Moscow and I would like to devote this post to all of the people who made my trip unforgettable.

Working for the summer university at the National Research University Higher School of Economics gave me an opportunity to interact with people from various countries of the planet! And more importantly, it helped me build a network of relationships throughout the world!

First I would love to thank the director of summer university Oksana Chernenko, the woman who created the first international summer university in 2014, and by 2015 the university almost tripled the amount of their students! Thank you for letting me be a part of your international program and work alongside these amazing students from all over the world.

6Also, I would like to thank both groups of Korean students that we had from Seoul National University and Seoul National University of Science and Technology! It was a pleasure to get to know all of you and your culture.


I would also like to thank all of the other students that I had the pleasure to meet! On these two pictures Please meet Julia , Valeria, Regina and Sara from Germany, Daniel from the U.S. and Omar from China!

Beside my new friends from the university, I would like to thank my friends that had been hanging out with me and showing me beautiful Moscow. I would like to thank Natalie, Anna, Yana, Lilya, Lesya and Masha! I had a great time!

And of course, I will definitely miss amazing Russian food! Yuuummmmm!!!


Evgeniya Tsibina blogs from Moscow, Russia in the summer of 2015. The International Business major chose an internship for her international experience.

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