Russian language School in Moscow
Ruslanguage is the Russian language school in Russia which was founded in 1991 with the co-operation of the Moscow State University of Lomonosov (MSU). Its main goal is to develop and implement Russian study programs, as well as to promote the Russian language and culture around the world. Throughout 26 years the Ruslanguage School has provided Russian language training in groups and individually to thousands of demanding clients and has gathered outstanding experience to meet the needs of every particular student who would like to study Russian abroad.
The Russian language school in Moscow also participates in Russian study programs held under interstate and inter-university agreements (ACTR, University of Tübingen, Tokai, Soka, James Madison, Columbia University, etc.)
Besides the organization of Russian study programs for foreign students, the Ruslanguage School has prepared a number of professors and teachers of the Russian language for their participation in international conferences and seminars. In 1998, according to an agreement with the Italian Institute of Russian Language and Culture in Rome, professors and teachers of the Russian language were chosen to animate conferences there. One of them was then awarded the International Prize of Dante Alighieri, one of the most prestigious European awards in Literature.
2016Ruslanguage school celebrates its 25th anniversary. To mark this milestone, we launch a year-long series of academic events, cultural programs and activities. Russian language courses in summertime are offered with discounted prices. All updates, upcoming events and reports are available at the school's blog and Facebook.
2015About 500 students from more than 50 countries of the world joined us to study Russian and learn more about our culture.
2013Center for Russian Language and Culture was renamed into Ruslanguage School. We made the big jump and moved from the campus of Moscow State University to open our school on the Old Arbat str, a unique place in the heart of Moscow, 5 min of foot from the metro station Arbatskaya.
2008The Centre was involved with the implementation of state programs to promote Russian language and culture abroad.
2007Following a presidential decree, the Centre took part in a program for the promotion of “The Year of Russian Language in Russia and abroad”.
2006Our Centre collaborated in the Russian state program “Days of Russian Language in Italy” to promote this event.
2000Our Centre became an independent structure, and was then called “Centre of Russian Language and Culture”. We started to develop our own training programs for foreigners
From 1991 to 2000Our Centre was situated on the campus of Moscow State University, first at the Philological Faculty, then at the Faculty of Foreign Languages.