We teach Russian! Our students are from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, France, Poland, etc. Our program is designed for foreigners who study Russian language outside of Russia. We offer START & ELEMENTARY courses for beginners and PRE-INTERMEDIATE & INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCE courses for those who are familiar with basic Russian grammar. Group, Individual and Corporate classes are available. If you wish to study in Russia we can offer classes at our partner schools in St.Petersburg and Petrozavodsk. Every year we travel to Russia with our students so they could practice Russian and explore one of the most beautiful and magnificent country in the world.
Katya is a professional teacher of Russian as a foreign language with a MA’s degree from Sholokhov Moscow State University for the Humanities and diplomas from Moscow State University and People’s Frendship University of Russia (Moscow, Russia). She is teaching Russian in Singapore since 2007.
Natasha is a high-qualified Russian language teacher. She received her BA and MA’s degree at Novosibirsk State Technical University (Novosibirsk, Russia), where she was teaching foreigners after her graduation. Natasha joined RLC in 2011.
Tamara is Pushkin State Russian Language Institute (Moscow, Russia) graduate. She has BA’s degree in Russian language and literature and MA’s degree in Teaching Russian as a foreign language. She was teaching foreigners and Russian students in Moscow before she moved to Singapore in 2014.
Anna has a PhD in Slavic Studies from the University of Southern California (Los Angeles, USA) and in Russian Literature from Tver State University (Russia). She has taught Russian language and literature for six years at American and Singaporean universities. She joined RLC at the beginning of 2015.
Valentina graduated from Pushkin State Russian language Institute (Moscow, Russia) and have a Master degree in teaching Russian as a foreign language. Before joining our team in Singapore she was teaching Russian for foreigners in Moscow and was working as a methodist of Russian as a foreign language for the online courses.