1. Russian Evening Classes at Hills Road Sixth-Form College
- Tel: 01223 278002
- E-mail: email@example.com
- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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.
Cambridge Residential Russian Summer School 2021
Virtual Russian Course on Zoom 2020
Cambridge Residential Russian Summer School 2019
Cambridge Residential Russian Summer School 2018
Cambridge Residential Russian Summer School 2017
Cambridge Residential Russian Summer School 2016