Following the strictest criteria of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, this University Language Course lays the basic foundations for Level A2 Russian. As Russia is an important country in the European and global economic landscape, obtaining advanced basic skills in this language can lead to many job opportunities, as Russia has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the region. In addition, the language course prepares students to pass the CEFR Level A2 exam, which gives them the opportunity to obtain a permanent and international qualification. 

Enroll today and start improving your Russian language skills with the most advanced educational technology at your disposal" 

Most Russian language schools and academies offer traditional teaching, based on the memorization of vocabulary and grammar. However, teachers and psychologists believe that the best way to stimulate language learning is not to submit the learner to formalized, linear learning, but rather, to encourage imagination and learning through sensory exploration in order to be able to understand and interpret what is around us. In this way, students will be able to participate in a more immersive experience to master the essentials of Russian. 

You will enjoy the only intensive program  that is 100% specifically designed to obtain the Russian Level A2 of the CEFR. 


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It is proven that learning languages increases your intelligence. Learning a foreign language strengthens the brain's neural networks”  

José Antonio Marina.
Philosopher, writer, and teacher.

A unique and stimulating experience 

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Flexible and Tailored 

Take the best language course from home, at your own pace and according to your availability and schedule. 

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Acquire Skills and Abilities

With our method, you will practice and consolidate the skills required for this level. 

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Join a large community and exchange knowledge and experiences with students from all over the world.

Structure and content

Thanks to a methodical and practical approach, this Language Course prepares the student in the most important aspects to be developed in order to successfully pass the Level A2 Russian language exam. Therefore, the syllabus focuses on advanced basics such as media expression, vacations or art and culture. Russia is a culturally rich country, with worldwide influences such as Russian ballet or Tolstoy's literature, so learning this language is also a great opportunity to immerse yourself in its culture. 


Where, When and How is it Taught?

This course takes place over 6 months and is divided into 12 content modules. It can be done completely online, including attending the different sessions and tutorials.

The only intensive program 100% specifically designed to obtain Russian Level A2 of the CEFR”

Module 1. People and their Surroundings

1.1. It's my Birthday Today 
1.2. How Are You Feeling?  
1.3. I Love that Hairstyle 
1.4. I'm Getting Old  

Module Objectives

  • Greetings and Farewells 
  • Introductions
  • Introduce new people or provide a simple description of them
  • Understand sentences and expressions related to areas of immediate priority.
  • Exchange personal information
  • Establish social contact: greetings and farewells
  • Ask for and provide personal information

Module 2. Healthy Eating and Lifestyle

2.1. Let's Go to the Doctor 
2.2. My Mother is a Vegetarian 
2.3. Shall We Go Out or Have Dinner at Home?  
2.4. Tomorrow I Will Start Going to the Gym 

Module Objectives

  • Introduce new people or provide a simple description of them and daily activities 
  • Describe family and living conditions 
  • Describe daily actions 
  • Share experiences 
  • Express intentions
  • Find specific and predictable information 
  • Express state of health and physical sensations
  • Express improvements or worsening of health or moods 
  • React to the feelings of others 
  • Express physical states and ailments, describe symptoms and give advice

Module 3. Do you Study or Work?

3.1. I Teach Spanish
3.2. In the Library 
3.3. A Work Meeting 
3.4. Retirement  

Module Objectives

  • Write simple poems about people 
  • Control classroom discourse 
  • Conduct interviews and be interviewed
  • Express interests, commitments and difficulties 
  • Select, organize and present information
  • Understand work-related phrases and expressions
  • Describe current or most recent jobs 

Module 4. Weekends

4.1. We Have to Do the Shopping 
4.2. Visiting the City 
4.3. On a Trip 
4.4. Booking Tickets 

Module Objectives

  • Explain what they like and dislike about something
  • Find specific and predictable information in everyday written material
  • Use simple, everyday politeness formulas
  • Order and offer food in a restaurant
  • Describe foods and express tastes
  • Compare and assess
  • Express their tastes and preferences 

Module 5. Where Do You Live?

5.1. I Want to Move House 
5.2. It’s Your Turn to Do the Washing Up 
5.3. Call the Fire Department! 

Module Objectives

  • Describe everyday aspects of their environment
  • Understand simple instructions on how to get from place to place
  • Understand signs and signals found in public places
  • Order and offer everyday goods and services
  • Ask for and give directions to a place
  • Obtain information and manage easy transactions in public services

Module 6. Vacations

6.1. At the Travel Agency 
6.2. Packing our Bags 
6.3. Breakfast Included 
6.4. Tour Guide 

Module Objectives

  • Make brief statements about objects and possessions
  • Make comparisons
  • Describe daily actions
  • Request, search, select and provide information
  • Find places. Describe and make comparisons about their environment

Module 7. Travel and Transport    

7.1. Flying to an Island 
7.2. A Boat Trip 
7.3. I've Missed the Train 
7.4. A Flat Tire 

Module Objectives

  • Give a simple description or presentation of tastes and preferences
  • Describe plans and appointments
  • Invitations and suggestions
  • Exchange opinions
  • Describe places and monuments
  • Get simple travel information
  • Ask for and give directions to a place and buy tickets
  • Discuss future and possible actions

Module 8. Media

8.1. I've Received a Letter 
8.2. I Hate Advertising 
8.3. A Computer Virus 
8.4. My Favorite Program

Module Objectives

  • Write short and simple imaginary biographies
  • Identify the main idea of television news
  • Provide feedback on problems
  • Value facts, people, services and events
  • Exchange ideas and information

Module 9. Art and Culture

9.1. We’re Going to the Theater  
9.2. Tell Me a Story 
9.3. Monuments and Museums 
9.4. I Want to Play in an Orchestra

Module Objectives

  • Discuss known socio-cultural aspects
  • Give a simple description or presentation of living conditions
  • Describe habits and regular activities
  • Exchange ideas and information
  • Ask and answer questions about customs and actions of daily life
  • Invite, congratulate and value facts, people, services and events.

Module 10. Government, Politics and Society

10.1. Electoral Campaign 
10.2. A Military Parade 
10.3. Before the Judge  

Module Objectives

  • Explain what they like and dislike about something
  • Understand and extract essential information from short recorded passages.
  • Narrate real or invented facts
  • Selecting information, describe, locate, manage
  • Express where and when something happens. Connect actions in the present, past and future

Module 11. Economics and Finance    

11.1. Payment Methods 
11.2. Setting Up a Business 
11.3. The Customer is Always Right 

 Module Objectives

  • Understand phrases and expressions related to shopping
  • Use simple, everyday politeness formulas. Express tastes and preferences
  • Ask for and offer things
  • Perform simple transactions in stores
  • Give and receive information related to quantities, numbers and prices
  • Make simple purchases by saying what you want and asking for the price
  • Express preferences, agreement/disagreement. Compare

Module 12. Geography and Nature

12.1. At the Botanical Garden  
12.2. The Weather Report 
12.3. A Map of My Region 
12.4. A New Pet 

Module Objectives

  • Know the climate at different times and in different countries
  • Describe changes in nature
  • Understand alternative energy sources 

TECH has the broadest and most complete syllabus on the market: in this program you will find the 45 specific topics required by the CEFR for Level A2 Russian"  

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"I have always been interested in Russian culture and language as an avenue for professional growth, but I never found the motivation to get started because I was put off by the difficulty of the language or learning a new alphabet. Luckily, this Language Preparation Course encouraged me to take the plunge and I couldn't be happier. Thanks to it, I can say that I speak almost intermediate Russian and I'm already looking to enroll in the B2 and take the final leap"

Susana Santana
Spanish businesswoman
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"I knew I needed Russian in my work environment, as I work in a sector that caters to many tourists from this region. With this TECH Language Preparation Course I was able to quickly get up to speed and handle the vocabulary required to relate to my clients and make an even greater impression on them"

Pablo García
Manager in the catering sector