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The Russian Center at Mons University in Belgium hosts a seminar on Russian language and culture for a small group of students every year. In 2020, this event had to be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This summer, the Russian Center resumed its traditional summer activities. From August 16 to August 27, seven people...

31.08.2021 Subject: Russian Language

Sochi State University with support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation continue the Russian as a Second Language program in 2021 with online course “Russian as Foreign language in  Tourism and Hotel Management I Travel Russia”. This course is created for North Arizona University students  (А2 level).  During the lessons students talk...

15.02.2021
Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Russian Language

Photo credit: russianireland.com The Post-Primary Languages ​​Ireland School of the Irish Department of Education will provide free Russian language classes for students in grades 5-6 in Galway and Limerick. The lessons will help schoolchildren prepare for the final...

21.08.2020 Subject: Array

Photo credit: rs.gov.ru A conference for high school students who study Russian as a second langua age was held at Oxford High School. Over 150 students from fifteen leading schools in the UK took part in it. During the conference, schoolchildren, teachers and scientists discussed historical, political...

27.11.2019 Subject: Array

Photo: Hammamet More than 50 directors and Russian language and culture centers from Africa, and also parents of bilingual kids have participated in 2-days pedagogical forum in Hammamet, Tunisia. The forum was conducted in the frames of international conference dedicated to the role of Russian language in contemporary world, TASS...

25.11.2019 Subject: Russian Language

RSL advanced training courses for teachers working in France are conducted in Paris on November, 18-20. Contemporary Education in Russian Multicultural World is the main topic. Leading teachers and Moscow Teachers University scholars participate in it, Russian Education portal reports. Lectures on contemporary methods of teaching Russian as a second language,...

18.11.2019 Subject: Russian Language

Photo credit: dop29.ru The week of the Russian language began in France, the Russian Education website reports. It is included in the program of educational expeditions organized with the assistance of the Ministry of Education. They are going to take place in Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg and Marseille. ...

15.11.2019 Subject: Russian Language


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