Summer/Winter School "INTERVOLGA"
Russian Language & Culture Summer/Winter School «INTERVOLGA»
We propose a unique chance to start your knowledge of the Russian language and country in the heart of Russia. The course is designed to allow an acquisition or fast improvement of the language skills, while being immersed into the authentic Russian culture. You will have an opportunity to be involved in a variety of interactive educational projects to experience the Russian cultural diversity and to get an idea of the economy, geography and history of the Volga Region.
We offer you:
- 72 academic hours of class-room training course aimed at improving speaking, listening, writing skills
- 50 academic hours of project work (Language and Country Studies), exciting tours along the Volga river, outings to Zhiguli mountains, excursions to Samara, Kazan and Moscow
- the Certificate of Togliatti State University with 3 ECTS credits appointed and information about subjects, academic load and student's achievements in the course
- Masterclasses of dancing, singing and handicraft.
The tuition fee includes payment for the classes, two excursions and mailing expenses for providing the student with an official invitation for visa to the Russian Federation.
Room for 2 – 1 600 RUR (25€ / 27$)
Room for 4 – 3 200 RUR (50€ / 54$)
Accommodation fee per 1 day
The participants are provided with double rooms in a student hostel. Accommodation in a single room in a hotel can be provided on participant's request (at additional cost).
Free Wi-fi Internet access across the campus and all accommodation areas is available.
If you have any questions, please, do not hesitate to contact us: + 7 (8482) 53 92 05, +7 (8482) 54 00 54, + 7 (8482) 54 63 99.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
We can arrange any special summer program on your (group!) requests.
Welcome to Russian Language & Culture Summer School «INTERVOLGA» at Togliatti State University!
INTERVOLGA - 2014 FEEDBACK
I wanted to thank you for the amazing summer school. The day I arrived in Russia, I was mostly afraid of everything and I had no idea what to expect. I arrived on the airport, barely knowing more then that I needed to find a sign with my name. Three weeks later and I had the stay of my life! I laughed with amazing people, I have been driving through the city with three street pirates, I had some intense talks with Russians, I have danced the Bachata and I have even seen some sides of myself that I have never seen before.
Mark de Groot