Why it is Better to Study Russian Directly in Russia?

By: MGU-Russian

Many people study russian language today. Businessmen, politicians and scientists speak Russian. Many classical books are written in Russian language.
Why is important to study Russian in Russia? If person studies Russian in Russia he constantly communicates with Russian-speaking people. He speaks Russian not only upon his business, but also in the underground, in shops, at the discos, etc. And his learning of Russian language occurs more quickly than if he studies Russian under textbooks.
One of the best places in Moscow and in Russia where students may study Russian is Russian Language Centre of Moscow State University. The special atmosphere allowing studying Russian on the highest level costs here.
Moscow State University is Russia's first and biggest classical university.

It was opened in 1755. It was the first University where Russian language started to be used as the medium of instruction. A printing house and a bookstore were opened at the University, to lay the basis for national book and newspaper publishing. Throughout the 19th century the printing house boasted the highest production output in Russia.
Upon the request, during training in the Russian Language Centre you will be lodged in University Campus. But there is also attractive alternative, allowing to raise deeply the level of Russian language - accommodation in host russian family.
At the end of program you will receive the corresponding certificate and you can pass state testing and get TORFL Certificate.
While training in Russian Language Centre you will have many opportunities to speak russian language. You will find new friends with whom you can have a rest and go to discos. Also you will follow many interesting excursions across Moscow and other well-known cities of Russia.
Study Russian language with "MGU-Russian" - Russian language centre of Moscow Lomonosov State University!

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