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    Irina Kraeva

Irina Kraeva


Surname: Kraeva
First name: Irina
Address for correspondence: E-mail
Nationality: Russian

Affiliation with educational networks/associations:

  • Templeton International Fellowship (gifted education and talent development) ;
  • MSLU coordinator  in ERASMUS MUNDUS Consortium programme MULTIELE (the Joint Master Degree in Learning and Teaching of Spanish in Multilingual and International Contexts);
  • Representing  MSLU in the Methodological Association of Russian Universities for Language Education.                      

Work information:

Occupation or position currently held: Dean of Humanities and Applied Sciences Faculty
Main activities and responsibilities: 2011,2012 - Head of Moscow National Examination Board in Foreign Languages
Name of employer: Moscow State Linguistic University (MSLU)
Country of employment: Russia

Education and training

  • Moscow State Linguistic University (former Moris Torez Moscow
  • State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages), 1975 – 1980, B.A., M.A.   
  • Moscow State Linguistic University Post-graduate course, 1983 - 1987, Ph.D.

Languages of communication:

Mother tongue Russian
Other languages English, French

Contribution to the project:

  • 20-21 October 2008 - Conference on Languages of Schooling in the Russian Federation and CIS Countries: Council of Europe and Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow, Russia;
  • Dylan Seminars in Switzerland (Plurilingualism: Economic, Social, Cultural and Educational Issues), Bocken, October, 2008;
  • ECML  Workshop №8/2009 “Majority language instruction as basis for plurilingual education”;
  • European Language Council Special Interest Group „The Future of Language Degrees“, 2012;
  • Seminar on Languages of Schooling, Council of  Europe, Strasbourg, September, 2012


  • “Glossary on the Bologna Process: English – German – Russian”, Beitrage zur Hochschulpolitik 7/2006 (co-authorship);
  • “Glossary on the Principal Religious Concepts: Cristianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism ( in 5 languages: Russian, Arabic, English, German, French)”, MSLU, 2008
  • (co-authorship);
  •  “The Armenian Language for CIS countries” – MSLU, 2009 (co-authorship);
  • “The Uzbek Language for CIS countries” – MSLU, 2012 (co-authorship);
  • “The Kyrgyz Language for CIS countries”– MSLU, 2012(co-authorship) 




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Moscow State Linguistic University


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