The Pushkin State Russian Language Institute is a public education center in Moscow specializing in the teaching of Russian as a foreign language and offering a range of language courses on all levels. It is named after the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin.
The Pushkin State Russian Language Institute was founded in 1966 as a part of Moscow State University. In 1973, it obtained its independence and in 1999 a Philological Department was established so that Russian native speakers can do bachelor’s (4 years), Master’s (2 years) and Ph.D. (3 years) programs in teaching Russian as a foreign language.
The Pushkin State Russian Language Institute offers one-month summer courses and one year or one term courses. Most of the participants are recruited through bilateral exchange programs dating back to the Soviet era. The Russian Embassy in Berlin reckons the Pushkin Institute among the officially recommended institutions for Russian language courses. The Institute promotes its courses with extremely inexpensive fees.
Faculties of State Institute of Russian Language named after A.S. Pushkin:
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Moscow is the capital of Russia, the largest city in the country and Europe, and one of the largest cities in the world. Moscow refers to global cities having a great influence on the world because of its high economic level and population. It is the main transport hub of Russia, its political, economic, cultural, and scientific center.
Moscow is located in the center of the European part of Russia, between the rivers Oka and Volga. The climate is moderate continental: heavy frosts and extreme heat are rare. The average temperature in January – minus 7.2 degrees Celsius, in July – plus 20.4 degrees Celsius.
The city has the status of a separate federal subject of the Russian Federation. It is the smallest federal subject by land area.
The name of the city as well as the names of many other cities around the world, is bound with the name of the river it is standing on (the Moskva River). The river was called this way long before the settlement appeared. It is unknown who named it and what this name means. There are two main versions: Finnio-Ugric and Slavic.
According to the first one, the word “Moskva” is derived from the Finno-Ugric language group which means “river-bear”. The Slavic theory points to the stem “mosk” denoting “marshy” or “moisture, liquid, marshland, dampness”.
The city is surrounded by 6 airports, 9 railway stations, and 3 river ports. Moscow has developed a fabulous metro (subway) system. The first stations were built in 1935.
Moscow is the largest Russian financial center. About half of Russian banks are located in Moscow. Most of the largest companies are registered and have head offices in Moscow, although their manufactures might be located thousands of km from the city.
The city is the most important center of retail sales in Russia. Moscow represents about 30% of all commodities sold in Russia.
Moscow is also a large scientific center. There are a lot of scientific research institutes carrying out research in many branches, such as nuclear power, microelectronics, space exploration and other promising directions.
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