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Language Immersion Courses in Russia

Derzhavin Institute

St. Petersburg, Russia
Derzhavin Institute came into existence in 2003 at St. Petersburg, Russia to provide students with a rich Russian language learning experience. The institute sits on a fresh reconstruction of an 18th century mansion. The institute is equipped with 12 classrooms, DVD/VCR players & projectors in each room and free-internet WIFI, theatre, library self study area with study materials, literature & multimedia facilities. There is also a cafe where the students can have coffee & meal which provides an opportunity to interact and foster language learning in a casual way. Some non-instructional... See full description.

Educa Language School

St. Petersburg, Russia
Educa is a specialized Russian language school located in St. Petersburg, Russia. The institution prides itself on its modern approach, flexibility, and highly-experienced teachers. The institution has made available a good range of Russian language courses, including General Russian language course; Business Russian (Russian for Economics, Marketing, Top Managers, Engineering, Oil and Gas Industry, Financial specialists etc.); Russian for Specific Purposes (for sportsmen, different sports coaches, scientists, those who are interested in Russian art, Russian literature, Russian cinema... See full description.

EDUCA Russian Language Center

St. Petersburg, Russia
Our Center offers a wide variety of Courses in Russian Language: -General Russian (20 in-class Russian lessons per week); - Intensive group course (30 in-class Russian lessons per week) - -Combined course (20 group + 5 individual lessons per week and 30 group + 5 individual lessons per week) - -General 1-1 course -Russian for Business and Specific Purposes; -Full Immersion programs (combining in-class Russian lessons and communicative practice in streets, shops, cafes etc. under teacher’s supervision) and more. All out tutors have higher education in linguistics and/or tuition... See full description.

Educacentre Language School

St. Petersburg
Welcome to Educacentre Russian Language School! Our school was established in 1989 and over the last 20 years we have built a reputation for providing high quality Russian language courses in Saint Petersburg. Every year we welcome hundreds of students from over 50 different countries, including Brazil, Germany, France, Italy and Great Britain. Our mission is to provide great quality courses of Russian language at affordable prices. Whether you would like to learn Russian for business or for everyday life and communication or just for your own pleasure, we have a course that meets your... See full description.

Enjoy Russian, Russian language school

Petrozavodsk, Russia
Enjoy Russian is a Russian Language School, which came into being in Petrozavodsk in 2003. The school operates with the mission to make the language learning process both effective and enjoyable. For this reason, the courses offered at the school are a combination of Russian language classes, living with Russian host families, communicating with Russian students and participating in a number of cultural activities. The courses organized are all structured with the participant’s expectations and wishes in mind. Classes are conducted in small classes of 4-6 people, so that maximum... See full description.

Institute of International Educational Programs of St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University

St. Petersburg, Russia
Summer and Winter Study Programs: Institute of International Educational Programs of St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University together with international partners annually organizes Summer and Winter Study Programs including: A wide range of international short-term educational programs for students, academic staff and specialists in different spheres of science and technology; various cultural activities.

Novosibirsk State Technical University

Novosibirsk, Russia
Novosibirsk State Technical University is one of the largest universities in Siberia. It was established in 1950 as Novosibirsk Electric Technical Institute (NETI); and in 1992 it was renamed the Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU). The founder of the Novosibirsk State Technical University is the Russian Federation. Functions and powers of the founder of NSTU are performed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Novosibirsk State Technical University offers about 120 programs of study in technical, economic, and humanitarian fields at the... See full description.

Omsk State Pedagogical University

Omsk, Russia
Omsk State Pedagogical University (OSPU) in Russia was founded in 1932.  The school plays a major leadership role among the pedagogical universities in the West Siberian region, serving as the leader in training professionals in the field of education (and other fields). About Omsk State Pedagogical University The primary mission of Omsk State Pedagogical University is the preservation and multiplication of intellectual values—in receiving and disseminating modern knowledge and information in the process of educating the future teachers of Siberia.  The institution... See full description.

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About Language Immersion Courses in Russia

Are you thinking about studying a new language, but are having a bit of difficulty deciding the direction you’d like your studies to take?  Have you ever considered studying Russian, a language spoken by hundreds of millions of people in Russia and in countries beyond?  If you have, or of this sounds interesting, you may want to consider a full-immersion program, one in which you study the language while actually living in Russia. 
Studying Russian in the land of its origin has a twofold benefit, and naturally the first of these is the effectiveness of this form of language acquisition.  According to language experts, there are no language-learning methods, including those programs touted in the media as “the fastest way to learn a new language,” that are as rapid or as effective as a full-immersion language program.
While living in Russia you’ll study under a native Russian instructor and have around the clock exposure to the Russian language.  This includes the classroom component, where class sizes are small and the instruction is intensive, and the many cultural excursions and enjoyable outings you’ll take, where every person you meet becomes a de-facto Russian language instructor.  Through this combination of methods you’ll be able to quickly master this intricate language, while simultaneously making many lasting new friendships and creating treasured memories.
This brings us to the second benefit of studying Russian in Russia:  the enjoyable and enriching adventures you’ll have along the way.  While language schools can be found throughout Russia, you’ll undoubtedly find the largest concentration in the country’s largest and most populous city, Moscow.
Moscow is the capital of Russia and the country’s most cosmopolitan city.  It is also where you’ll find the greatest number of interesting and educational sights, along with a slew of enjoyable diversions to fill your time.  Some of these include:
The Kremlin
Once the seat of the country’s communist leadership, the Kremlin is now a world-renowned museum, one of the world’s largest.  Visitors here can peruse the ancient state regalia of Russia, including priceless icons and the collective treasures of Russian Tsars, hidden away for centuries in the structure’s chambers and cathedrals.
Poklonnajo Mountain
Poklonnajo Mountain is considered the most important and significant monument in Russia and a must-see for international students.  Constructed to commemorate the victory of the Great Patriotic War, the massive monument is a Russian treasure, one that is situated in a large park (135 hectares) that is expertly landscaped and extremely inviting to visitors.
Bolshoi Theater
Save for the famous “La Scala” Theater in Milan, the Bolshoi is the largest theater in all of Europe.  Although the building itself is fairly new by comparison, the foundation dates back to January of 1825 and features an 8-column portico, atop of which sits the carriage of Apollon.  Visitors can take in a show at the Bolshoi, which presented the famous “Triumph of the Muses” at its inaugural event, or simply take a guided backstage tour with a knowledgeable guide.
Learning the Russian language can open up a world of opportunity both personally and professionally, and learning it while studying in Russia is not only the fastest track to mastery, but a rare chance to bask in this beautifully diverse culture—a culture unfortunately once despised by the United States due to differences in political ideology.