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Illustration for news: From Law to Linguistics: How a Columbian Student Came to Study at HSE University

From Law to Linguistics: How a Columbian Student Came to Study at HSE University

What’s the best way to learn Russian? Is it difficult to get used to the Siberian winter? Can you teach Russian language if you’re not a native speaker of it? Andres Cuéllar, a student of the Master’s programme ‘Russian as a Foreign Language in Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspective’, has discussed these and other issues with HSE News Service.

Orientation session 2019

Dear international students!

The Center of Russian as a Foreign Language invites you to an orientation session. We will be talking about Russian courses in the coming semester; levels; differences between sections; schedules, enrollment; etc.

Illustration for news: My first month in Moscow

My first month in Moscow

Johnson Chun Shing CHOW arrived to Moscow early June to study Russian, do internship and get to know more about the Russian culture. Here is how his Moscow experience unfolds

Illustration for news: Visit of Dr. Julia Lazarus, Deputy Head of the Languages Department FAN, SZ, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Visit of Dr. Julia Lazarus, Deputy Head of the Languages Department FAN, SZ, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

During the week May 21 - May 25, the Center of Russian as a Foreign Language welcomed Dr. Julia Lazarus, Deputy Head of the Languages Department FAN, SZ, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

Illustration for news: Demand for Russian Language Classes Grows

Demand for Russian Language Classes Grows

Fifteen American students have come to HSE to study Russian as a foreign language as part of ‘USA in Russia’ study abroad programme developed by the University of South Alabama in partnership with HSE since 2014. Every other year, Nicholas Gossett, Assistant Professor of Russian and Applied Linguistics, brings a group of students to Moscow to study the Russian language as well as attend lectures and seminars on Russian culture, history, business, and other subjects. The goal is for students to not only improve their knowledge of the Russian language but to also make life-long connections in Russia which will help them in the academic, professional, and personal life.


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