Summer School on Russian Language and Culture (Russian A2-B1)
This Summer School offers you an intensive Russian language training. You’ll have up to 4 hours of Russian a day, 6 hours of Russian Grammar and Phonetics a week and a serious of lectures on Russian History, Media, Mentality, Art and Culture.
“Living in Russia has been such an amazing experience. Russia has always been a land relatively unknown to citizens of the USA. My eyes have been opened to the beauty of the culture, the hospitality of the people and the riches of the History. Our study abroad program was organized and run by talented professors who discussed current issues from a neutral perspective. They never tried to sway our opinions. They allowed us to formulate our own opinions and come to our own conclusions. I am astounded by the program and the professors.” Aaron Carlson, USA.
“I came to Russia with the hope of greatly improving my Russian, that was my goal. Our first day, I remember sitting there having the teachers introduce themselves, and just the genuine warmth and sincere excitement that I felt from all of them. We were welcomed as a part of the University, not just exchange students. That was my first impression, and it remained true throughout the whole program. All of our teachers were genuinely interested in the development of our Russian, and making sure everything was doing well personally also. Our host mother was great, the city was perfect, the program organized, and the teachers awesome. Couldn’t have asked for more!” Christopher Larson, USA.
Fee: 1700 euro (includes the tuition fee, 4 excursions, accommodation with a host family (2 students in one room), breakfast and dinner).
We offer a series of lectures in Russian mentality, Russian History, Economics and Politics. All lectures are in English.
We offer you Elementary Intensive Russian or Intermediate Russian language course. Our teachers have many years of experience in teaching foreign students, so you will easily boost your skills.
On the one hand you will experience the real life of the modern Russian city, on the other hand you will visit old typical Russian towns and monasteries. You will see with your own eyes how the famous Matryoshka is made, paint it with your own hands and take it home as a souvenir. Moreover you will participate in Russian folk games.
You will live in a nice host family not far from the University. You get breakfast and dinner at home. Lunch is served in a café. Families really enjoy having a foreign guest, so they will indulge you with traditional Russian dishes. There is no better way to feel the culture and get new great friends, than to live in a family.