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Russian language course available at Singapore University

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Russian language course available at Singapore University


People can study Russian in Singapore now, the Russkaya gazeta paper reports. Russian language is taught in Nanyang Technological University. This is the first university in the city-state, where the Russian language is taught as a foreign language. At present forty people registered on this course. As university workers told reporters, this language was chosen after they had conducted a special poll and found out preferences and wishes of the students.

It is worth reminding that last spring Russian Language and Literature Center was opened at Hangzhou Dianzi University, China. It was established with active support from Perm State National Research University. Russian specialists will participate in teaching process of Chinese students.Besides Russian-Chinese International University will work in Zhejiang. New higher educational institution is created on the basis of Lomonosov Moscow State University and Beijing Polytechnic University. Students will receive MSU diplomas after graduation and will speak three languages – Russian, Chinese and English. Mathematics, computer science, chemistry, ecology, Russian language and economics will be taught there. Up to five thousand students plan to study there already this year.

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