Max Domas, Japan
I am a graduate student of the FEFU Oriental Institute–School of Regional and International Studies. I sincerely enjoy this time and am glad that I came here. My first acquaintance with Vladivostok and FEFU took place back in 2013, when I arrived on the exchange program, spent six months here and returned to my university. But a lot of impressions, pleasant memories, friendly meetings, and pleasant acquaintances remained with me. I just couldn't help but come back here again.
I feel that the teachers really care about my progress in studying
I always have something to tell my friends in Germany about the life on campus, my walks around the city and the surrounding area. I love to visit the Tobizin Cape on Russky Island, it’s absolutely amazing! I have very warm relations with both Russian and international students. We spend time together, talking. By the way, I noticed one important feature: gentlemanhood. Local boys always give way to girls, hold the door. And I also learned to be polite with the opposite sex. The system of study in Russia differs from the European one. Here I feel cared for and about, I feel that the teachers really care about my progress in studying. I love the place!