The master's program here gave me many wonderful classroom hours—we studied various editing theories, the history of Soviet cinema, analyzed the works of famous directors from the point of view of psychoanalysis. Not only were lessons themselves important, but also the time between them when you continue to discuss what you read, watched, or heard with those who are truly interested in it.
The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences is more than just a faculty. I is a live organism, a full-fledged cultural community that graduates people into the world who are able to think, speak, and write. And many of them later become friends and colleagues—this is important and a valuable advantage of the Faculty.