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Bachelor’s Programme 'Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication'

Our Bachelor’s programme combines traditional approaches to foreign language instruction with state-of-the-art practices. We aim to provide our students with personalized learning tracks, by offering a selection of foreign languages, areas of specialization, elective courses and other fields of study to choose from. Having mastered two foreign languages, our graduates can apply their skills and specific competencies to pursue careers in education, translation / interpreting or intercultural communications.


4 years
Full-time Programme
165 000 –
550 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2020
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
Instruction in Russian and English


HSE Introduces New Grading System Starting September 1, 2019

Appointment of New Department Head & Undergraduate Programme Academic Supervisor

The School of Foreign Languages announces the appointment of a new Head of the Department and Undergraduate Programme Academic Supervisor.

City and Campus Guides for International Students

On August 28, at an orientation session for foreign students at HSE University, graduates of the School of Foreign Languages presented an audio guide to help students navigate HSE University’s Basmannaya complex, as well as a printed guide, ‘Enjoy Moscow with Us!’, that contains 10 unique walking tours around Moscow.

First Graduation Ceremony

On 28th of June Bachelor Programme held the first Graduation Ceremony

Graduation Ceremony 2019

On June 28, the School of Foreign Languages held a graduation ceremony for its new bachelor's and master's graduates.

Student Papers Earn Praise at International Conference in Hungary

Fourth-year students Ekaterina Sotskova and Elizaveta Turkina of HSE University’s School of Foreign Languages (SFL) participated in an international multidisciplinary conference held on June 4-7 in Budapest, Hungary.

Five Seconds to Answer a Tricky Question

Do you know when the Queen sent her first e-mail? Would your coursemate be offended if you called him a “lad”?These were just some of the tricky questions that Anastasia Agapova, a student from the HSE School of Foreign Languages, had to answer in the “5 for English” show.


A NASA engineer visited the HSE School of Foreign Languages

Chilly Moscow

On January 20 2019, students, both Russian and international, who are studying  on the Foreign Languages and Cross-cultural Communication programme, went on a city-tour of“Moscow and its citizens”. 

Specifics of teaching English to foreign students

On the January 18 2019, a new student meeting as part of the Open Talks project was held at the School of Foreign Languages.