Cross-Cultural Communications Department was founded in 2006 to satisfy the growing need for English speakers in the region.
The Department is in charge of the following courses:
The main task of the Department is to provide the high level of English teaching using both traditional methods and methodology and innovative technologies.
The Department owns a wide range of audio and video materials, manuals, textbooks, scientific literature. Work on the electronic library of teaching guides is underway.
Our primary research areas are:
The Department has a phonetic lab and a computer classroom.