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The Varna Russian Center to hold Russian language certification exams

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The Varna Russian Center to hold Russian language certification exams


21.09.2021


Chernorizets Hrabar Varna Free University, founded in 1991 signed an agreement on conducting Russian language certification exams with the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute in Moscow. The document was signed by the President of the Varna Free University Krasimir Nedyalkov and the rector of the Pushkin RLI Margarita Rusetskaya.

The agreement opens up new opportunities for those wishing to receive a Russian language proficiency international certificate. The tests runs through all levels from A1 to C2, according to the European system of levels of proficiency in a foreign language. Students and residents can take exams for levels A1 – C2, and bilingual children for levels A1 – B2. The tests to be held at the Russian Center at Varna Free University.

University executive secretary and the head of the Russian Center professor Galina Shamonina, announced that the exams will be held annually as part of the fall and spring sessions, the last week of November and April at the Russian Center. Applications have to be submitted well before an exam date. 

The agreement between Varna Free University and the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute was achieved through a long-standing partnership. Russian Center at Varna Free University created in 2015 also played the part in this agreement. 

Russian Center at Varna Free University

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