WHAT IS RUSSIAN?
Russian is a Slavic language in the Indo-European family. From the point of view of the spoken language, its closest relatives are Ukrainian and Belarusian, the other two national languages in the East Slavic group.
According to AUCA policy, Russian language courses are required for graduates of non-Russian high schools. According to the level of Russian language of students, practical courses are designed to improve oral and writing communication skills.
The “Modern Russian Language” course is for Journalism and Mass Communication students. For other AUCA students, Russian language courses are not required but are taken as electives.
Students in the Preparatory Program can master their Russian language skills through the Russian as a Language course.
Graduates of Russian high schools in CIS countries can study either the Russian or the Kyrgyz language. The goal of the Russian Language Department is to improve the skills of Russian language for students in professional spheres.
For foreign students in AUCA there is a special program of learning the Russian language. The levels of the program are preparatory, intermediate and advanced.
Apart from the required courses for foreign students, the Russian language department offers the following electives:
For foreigners who want to study the Russian language but are not students in AUCA, the department offers a basic course in Russian language, a conversation club course, Russian language in professional spheres and other courses according to learners’ requests.
Interest in learning the Russian language continues to grow, and we have many foreigners who come here with the goal of learning Russian. For these students we offer special courses.
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