Our Teachers

A permanent staff of young and talented teachers and the excellent teaching quality is what favorably distinguishes Ruslanguage School.

All the teachers of the Ruslanguage School have an extensive experience in teaching the Russian language to foreigners. They teach in the department of the Russian language of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and at the Pushkin Institute of the Russian Language and participate regularly in numerous international scientific conferences. Their names appear on the covers of textbooks and manuals of Russian language for foreigners.

The teachers of the Ruslanguage School create the ideal learning experience for students to develop their full potential.

Natalya Markova

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Solid experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language to European and American students.

Polina Schuchkina

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Specialist of Russian grammar, phonetics and non-verbal communication.

Tatyana Shalaeva

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PhD (V. V. Vinogradov Institute of the Russian Language, Russian Academy of Sciences)

Elena Konovalova

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Teaching at the Ruslanguage School from its foundation date in 1991.

Dmitry Kryukov

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Special courses on Russian politics, history and culture.

Patimat Kotikova

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PhD (Moscow State University); certified TORFL testing specialist.

Evgeniya Pleschunova

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Over 20 years of experience in university teaching Russian as a foreign language

Irina Zakharenko

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Over 25 years of experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language.

Maria Terekhova

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Specialist in active teaching methods. The main goal of teaching is fast progress in fluent and easy speech in Russian.

Irina Zezekalo

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Over 30 years of experience of university teaching Russian as a foreign language.

Galina Gladysheva

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Over 10 years of experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language to the students from wide range of countries.

Inessa Mayevskaya

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Specialist in teaching the Russian language on all the aspects using communicative approach.