1. Fill Online Application Form
and Arrival Form
2. Receive a short language test to check your level of the Russian language.
3. Fill and Sign the Contract.
4. Transfer the payment and send us the Confirmation of payment from the bank at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Receive official Invitation letter for Russian short-term study visa
6. Apply at the local Consulate and send us the scanned copy of the received visa at email@example.com
7. Send us your travel details (air tickets) to arrange a taxi pick-up from the airport.
For further questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1600 USD per 1 module
Includes program fee, transfer to and from the airport, books and supplies, cultural activities and the certificate.
Please note that the program fee does not include the cost of travel to and from Moscow, accommodation and medical insurance. Participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements.
16 000 rubles (270 USD) per 1 month
Accommodation provided in a twin room on campus. Each room includes 2 single size beds, a television, desk, small refrigerator and a bathroom with a shower. The dormitory contains kitchens, common areas.
Students will be responsible for additional costs not specifically mentioned above including airfare, meals, and personal expenses. These additional expenses are estimated to total approximately $700 to $1,500: (airfare) plus ($400-$600 additional expenses for meals, excursions, local transportation, mobile phone)
А0 — А1
This course is about basic communicative tools in Russian. The students learn to understand spoken and written language and to express themselves orally and in writing. Add some introductory information about the life and culture of Russians today. In learning a new language, you also become familiar with the basic structure of Russian and the system that allows Russians to communicate. We will focus on the development of 4 skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as the expansion of cultural knowledge.
А1 – А2
This module is intended for students who have completed some initial coursework in Russian or who are familiar with basic grammatical concepts and vocabulary. The course is meant to provide students with intermediate communicative tools in Russian.
The students will expand and deepen their knowledge
of Russian grammar (the various meanings conveyed by verbal aspects,
declension of modifies and adjectives (singular and plural),
unprefixed and some prefixed verbs of motion),
acquire greater command of vocabulary and increase their ability
to understand, speak, read and write Russian.
They will also learn some information
about the life and culture of Russians today.
А2 – B1
This course is dedicated to developing students’ aural/oral communications skills and also advanced reading and writing skills, capitalizing on the rich linguistic surroundings to produce a qualitative jump in speaking and writing abilities. Students work to develop more sophisticated syntax, and grammatical structures which receive high-frequency usage in written texts and are the object of special focus. Reading texts are key to student level and include texts from the areas of current affairs, culture, business, and politics.
Grammar is studied in the context of communicative tasks, vocabulary significantly expanded. Reading materials provide a basis for in-class discussion and writing assignments at home. By the end of this class, students should be able to communicate on a wide range of themes with native speakers unused to talking to foreigners.
Student utterances will begin to display markers of greater coherence
(paragraph-length discourse), and students should
show significant progress in the development
of such language functions as narration, description, and comparison.
Students should be able to more or less comfortably
read abridged newspaper texts on the above topics
and to read more specialized texts with the aid of a dictionary.
Their compositions will begin to display sophisticated logical
and paragraph structure and elements of written style.