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I found out about ProfIntern whilst I was looking for internships in Russia and I can’t recommend them enough. They are very professional, have always answered all my questions in the most accurate way possible and very fast. They made sure that I was placed in a company that exceeds all my expectations and is the most suitable for me. I also chose accommodation with them and because of that, I met some amazing persons.
I finished an internship program in Russia this September in an artistic industry. The field I chose was art/museums and I had to work in an art museum, which for me was perfect because I am always in the search of discovering new artists and types of art. My tasks involved translating some posts and letters from Russian into English and vice-versa, which helped me improve my Russian skills as I’m learning this language. Furthermore, I had to look for local artists outside Moscow in order to promote them and their exhibitions and some of them were very inspiring. In the last part of my internship, I was asked to do research regarding the new artists around the world and their exhibitions, which I found very exciting. The team I worked with was very professional, very passionate and answered all my questions and helped me whenever I needed it.
As a Russian learner, I studied about Russia’s culture quite a lot, but I didn’t want to go to Russia with a mind full of stereotypes, I just wanted to be surprised. And I clearly was but in a good way. I really like Russia, its rich culture, art, and architecture. The best part was that I had the opportunity to communicate with native Russian speakers, which helped me improve my grammar and learn new expressions.
I suggest you think about it and go visit Russia, you won’t regret it, even though the Russian language can be a bit daunting, it’s not impossible.Book the same