Development of intercultural, educational, innovative, and sportiveprojects is a top priority task for MKIK. Students of all areas of study have the opportunity to communicate with global experts from various fields of activity, participate in student exchanges and educational programmes abroad.
International specialists, experts, andembassy officers not only give lectures and conduct workshops but also supervise the activities of students in joint professional projects, take part in reviews and defenses of student works.
Collaboration of MKIK with its international partners is carried out in different directions from student exchanges to participation in international exhibitions.
MKIK has concluded 6 agreements on collaboration with international partners:
The First Slavic Gymnasium (Prague, the Czech Republic), 2015, Direct cooperation agreement;
The University of Hradec Králové(Hradec Králové, the Czech Republic), 2015, Cooperation agreement;
Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre at the Embassy of India (Moscow, the Russian Federation), 2017, Joint endeavor agreement;
School Supérieure De Design (Troyes, the French Republic), 2019, Agreement of intent;
The Bauhaus School of Design (Dessau, the Federal Republic of Germany), 2019, Agreement of intent;
Vilnius University of Applied Sciences (Vilnius, the Republic of Lithuania), 2019, Agreement of intent;
INTERACTION WITH EMBASSIES
MKIK collaborates with embassies of other European countries in Moscow. Their joint work is aimed atdevelopment of students’ professional competencies. It includes:
joint project activities with the Embassy of the Czech Republic (annually since 2015);
creative meetings at the Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre at the Embassy of India (2018);
creative meetings at the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda (2017).
MKIK implements language courses to improve students’ level of foreign language competence.
Students participate in staging performances in English within theLinguistic Theatre.
Students participate in international conferences presenting their reports in English.