1. Institution’s nameMoscow Region State University
2. Faculty (department)Center of the Russian language,

International Office


3. Postal address

Web– Homepage

Moscow Region State University

Radio Street 10A

105005 Moscow


Tel. : +7 (495) 780-09-44 (ext. 1466)

Fax: +7 499 261 22 28


4. Contact person/coordinatorCoordinator
Ms. Svetlana Tonsheva

Course’s profile

5. Course titleModern Russian Language
6. Course profileThis course has been worked out for the beginners (A1, A2), students with basic knowledge (B1/B2) and students with advanced level as well (C1, C2). It combines great opportunities not only to study the modern Russian in all its aspects but also to visit the best places of interest both in Moscow region and in Moscow (accompanied by the tutors)
7. ECTS points available?Yes
8. Class hours/week72 hours in total
9. Language of instructionRussian and if necessary support in German or English
10. Integrated practical training/ research programTraining topics: practicing in Russian in the everyday life, visiting the places of interest together with the tutors, live discussions.

Certification in TORFL.

11. Integrated cultural program: excursions etc.City tour, visiting the museums of Moscow and

Moscow region (Kremlin, Pushkin Fine Arts Museum, Tretyakov Picture Gallery, Kolomenskoye, Sergiev Possad), bus tour in Moscow and Moscow region, boat tour along the Moskva-River, etc


12. Number of students (min-max)30 – 50
13. Course’s duration3 weeks (August 3 – August 22, 2020)
14. Course’s earliest possible beginningAugust 3, 2020
15. Cost of the programme (incl. tuition fee and cultural program)65.000 rubles (incl. tuition and accommodation fees, cultural program, catering (half-board))


16. Accommodation conditionsStudent’s hostel (double and triple rooms within shared flats with a bathroom for 7-8 persons; kitchen on the floor) Furnishing is provided. Towels and tableware are to be brought along. Accommodation is included into the price.



17. Accommodation conditions: guest family (optional)No