1. Russian Evening Classes at Hills Road Sixth-Form College
- Tel: 01223 278002
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: HSFC, Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 8PE
- Details: http://www.hillsroad.ac.uk/adult/courses
- Cost: Approximately £110-140 (depending on the course)
- Time: 19:00-21:00
The following evening classes usually run at Hills Road during term time (please confirm the dates and fees by visiting the college’s website):
- Online Russian Advanced
- Online Russian Improvers
- Online Russian Intermediates
- Online Russian Lower Improvers
2. Russian Saturday Classes For Adults at Cambridge Russian School (at Long-Road Sixth-Form College)
- General info: http://www.camrusschool.org.uk
- Enrolment: email@example.com
- Address: Long Rd, Cambridge, CB2 8PX
- Room: G2
- Day and time: Saturdays, between 12:00 and 17:00
- Tutor: Anna Nerukh
The following Saturday classes run at Cambridge Russian School during term time (currently via Zoom):
– Russian for Near Beginners (Level 1)
– Everyday Russian (Pre-Intermediate)
To find out exact times, please consult the Russian School’s timetable (scroll down to the bottom of the page to the section “Adults”)
Anna Nerukh is a native Russian-speaker with extensive experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language, as well as translating and interpreting to and from Russian. For over ten years Anna has been teaching Russian from beginners to GCSE and A level at Cambridge Russian School and Hills Road Sixth-Form College.
Kill a few birds with one stone!
– Being a part of the Cambridge Russian School, you will also be able to:
- meet many local Russians and Russian-speakers in a warm, relaxed and friendly space, make friends and practise your language skills over a cup of tea or coffee
- attend Cambridge Russian School events, festivals and performances FREE of charge
- prepare for GCSE/A level Russian in the future
3. Cambridge Residential Russian Summer Schools
Usually run for 5 full days at the end of August, in Cambridge
Targeted at anyone aged 15+, including those in the middle of their A-levels and those starting or doing a university course linked to Russian history, politics, literature or art. There is no upper age limit.
- 20 hours of language tuition in small groups, with a strong emphasis on the linguistic component: speaking and listening, reading, writing and grammar — all in a fun and creative way.
- Emphasis on interaction, group work, role-play and discussions.
- Plus 5 hours of extra-curricular activities.
- 5 levels – from Absolute Beginners to Fluent, based on an initial assessment test.
- Tutors are all native speakers – experienced, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic.