CITS Graduate Ranks Third in International Competition
Natella Usacheva, a CITS graduate of the MA interpretation programme, and her academic advisor Uliana Saveleva ranked third in the Fedorov International Competition TRANSLATOR: Creativity and Education for the best thesis in translation, translation studies and didactics of translation services. Their thesis participated in the category Market of Translation Services.
Andrey Fyodorov was a Soviet philologist, translator, literary translation theorist, one of the founders of Soviet translation theory, and professor. For 15 years (1963–1979), he was the chairman of the Department of German Philology at Saint Petersburg State University (formerly Leningrad State University).
The competition involved students of higher education institutions of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and other countries, covering different levels of higher education – Bachelor’s, Specialist and Master’s studies.
We congratulate Natella and Prof. Saveleva! May your life be filled with many more new achievements to come.