Lecturer(s): Florence MILON


Russian courses are meant for beginners and non-beginners. Language learning may pave the way for a double degree with a Russian university or for internship in Russia. Learning about Russia will help discover the country and move beyond classic stereotypes.


International mobility, academic life, discovering, curiosity, cross-cultural communication, cultural practices


  • Level 1 (A1-A2): Beginners, 3 hours of class per week. Learning the Cyrillic alphabet. Learning basic grammar. Learning basic vocabulary. Assimilating the main language structures. Discovering the cultural background.
  • Level 3/4 (B1-B2) : Students who have already studied Russian in high school, 1:30 hours per week. Learning about the sociocultural environment, with a focus on social issues and the news (everyday life, the economy, cultural features...)

Learning Outcomes

  • Developing oral and written comprehension on topics related to everyday life and campus life.
  • Learning to speak and write on topical issues.
  • Using language skills in specific situations.
  • Learning about culture.


Know-how = 50% final exam + 50% continuous assessment.