Ninda lived and studied in Indonesia, and then entered TSU.
She got a job with UNIPROFI, and soon, thanks to her efforts, the number of Indonesian students in Tomsk will increase at least 150%.
- Hello, Ninda! Tell me where are you from.
- Hi, I'm from Indonesia.
- Can you tell us a little about yourself?
- I graduated from high school in Indonesia in 2018. My brother and mother wanted me to get higher education in another country. We tackled this issue and found a state scholarship to study in Russia. And here I am.
- What area have you chosen? Do you like studying at TSU?
- I am in my second year of a bachelor's degree in International Relations. Yes, of course, I like it, but sometimes I have difficulties understanding the Russian language, it is so difficult!
- Let's talk a little about work.
- Ok on! Yes, I work in an office in the TSU main building.
- What is your position and what are your main responsibilities?
- I am a translator working with Indonesian students. My main task is the translation and preparation of documents. I also help with the processing of visas for students from Indonesia, sorting documents, and making copies of them.
- How long is your working day?
- I handle translation and documentation throughout the working week, Monday through Friday. I work about two hours a day, sometimes more. It all depends on the amount of work and my schedule. I like that I can choose a convenient time to work myself.
- Have you faced any difficulties in your work?
- To be honest, I didn't have any difficulties. If I don't understand something in Russian, I can always communicate in English or use a translator.
- How long have you worked at the labor exchange?
- I have been working since mid-July and plan to work until the end of December while I can.
- If it's not a secret, how many students from Indonesia want to enter TSU? :)
- Quite a lot ... As far as I know, now there are about 50 students from Indonesia in Tomsk, and next year another 20 Indonesian applicants are planning to study here, at TSU.