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This course is aimed students with prior knowledge of the Russian language, who are planning to continue learning Russian and further develop their skills. To enroll in this course, students should have already studied Russian and acquired an A2 level according to CEFR or should demonstrate their proficiency to the admissions team.

During the course, students will be expected to undertake the opportunities around them and facilitate in class learning with self-study. A large focus of the work and course materials will be set in Russian to give students the best opportunity to meet the course aims.

The aims of the course will be to speak and communicate in Russian in many different spheres of activity in fields such as tourism, business, politics, education and even social networking. By the end of the course, students will be able to speak spontaneously and quickly with native speakers of Russian, as well as to express a points of view and highlighting their activities past and present within the right context and grammatical forms to a native Russian speaker.

During the programme students take 20 hours of classes each week. Students will be assessed at the start of the course and organised into classes according to their level of Russian. All classes will be organized in groups.

At the end of the course, all students are invited to be examined for the Russian government’s certificate II level of the Russian language qualification TORFL (B2), which is the Russian Language equivalent of IELTS in comparison to the English Language system.

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