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Russian Language Summer School, from Jul 02, 2023 to Aug 26, 2023 (8 weeks (or 4-7 weeks))
Armenian School of Languages and Cultures - ASPIRANTUM is organizing a Russian language summer school in Yerevan, Armenia. The 8-week summer school will start on July 2, 2023, and will last until August 26, 2023. Applicants may also choose to participate in the 4, 5, 6, or 7 weeks program. READ THE DETAILS AND APPLY BELOW.Learn More
This 6 weeks intensive Russian Language Summer School is designed for students, at least 18 years-old, who not only want to make well-grounded progress in their knowledge of the Russian language, but also to deepen their knowledge of Russian Studies and Armenia.
Armenian School of Languages and Cultures in Yerevan organizes its second International Russian Language Summer School in Yerevan, Armenia to take place from July 07 to Aug 17 (6 weeks), 2019.
This 42 days summer school offers participants to master skills in written and oral modern Russian, reading and interpreting Russian texts from different periods as well as rapidly deepening their knowledge in colloquial Russian.
During the summer school several cultural trips will be offered, which will transform your stay in Armenia into an unforgettable, academically oriented endeavour.
On the first day (July 07, Sunday) the program will be launched in Garni, built by king Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the god Mithra/Mihr. In the evening the group will travel to Yerevan for an opening dinner.
Classes will start on July 8th and will include lectures, seminars and presentations.
This Russian Language Summer School is designed for students, at least 18 years-old, who not only want to make well-grounded progress in their knowledge of the Russian language, but also to deepen their knowledge of Russian Studies and Armenia.
The 6 weeks summer school offers an intensive Russian language course spanning 120 hours, divided into 30 days of instruction and focusing on grammar, reading, speaking, and writing. Another 20 hours is devoted to lectures on Russian linguistics, literature and history.
Upon request the summer school duration may be 4, 8 or 10 weeks.
Our courses are open to anyone with upper elementary (knowledge of alphabet, some reading and knowledge of basic grammar concepts) or intermediate knowledge of the Russian language. The lectures are organized with the academic interests of the participants in mind to ensure that BA, MA, PhD students as well as post-docs and professors who work in Russian Studies and relevant fields can benefit from it.
Lectures will be held in Russian and/or English.
You may check the testimonials of our alumni below.
The participation fee is 3590 USD for 6 weeks Russian Language course.
Application deadline is April 20, 2019.
This price includes reading and writing materials, coffee breaks, welcome and farewell parties, transportation and meal costs during cultural trips, some dinners with guest speakers.
We will not cover accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner, visa costs, insurance, travel costs to Armenia, from Armenia and in Armenia, any costs of accompanying friends or family members.
There are several scholarships available to participate in ASPIRANTUM’s Russian language winter school. For details on scholarships, please check our "scholarships" section.
Each participant of the summer school may find other sources of financial aid from their own University/School/Community or other relevant foundations.
ASPIRANTUM will provide applicants with an official letter of invitation to support scholarship and travel grant applications.
To apply please fill in the application form below.
Registered participants should send 100% of the participation fee before May 10, 2019 online or via a wire bank transfer.
For questions and inquiries please contact [email protected] or whatsapp
“I had the opportunity to improve and deepen my knowledge of Russian language, culture and literature with the help of highly qualified teachers in a friendly environment.”
Valentina BernardiMA student, University of Verona, Italy