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    Preparatory Program Programs in Languages Russian

    As students transition from high school to college, many can benefit from a preparatory program. Preparatory programs teach pupils the skills they need to excel in their studies and get the most they can out of their college experience.

    What are preparatory programs in Russian? These programs are typically designed to improve language skills and prepare scholars for further study in Russian universities. Programs involve courses in Russian grammar, pronunciation, spoken and written communication, reading and culture. They may also focus on advanced culture studies, such as art, film, technology, media, science and business. If students already know their intended field of study, preparatory programs may involve general courses in that field.

    When individuals learn Russian, they usually increase their chances of being admitted to an elite program of study at a Russian university. Language study teaches adaptability, making program participants better team players in school and at work. Learning a new language can enhance cultural awareness, increasing graduates’ marketability in today’s global economy.

    Many universities offer preparatory programs in Russian that last one year, and some offer summer programs. The cost of the program can vary depending on not only the country and university at which it is offered, but also the length of the program.

    Students who have participated in preparatory programs and increased their fluency in Russian often excel in careers that require excellent communication skills and cross-cultural knowledge. They can teach Russian or Russian literature. They can serve as CEOs, board members and executives of corporations that share interests with Russian companies. Graduates may pursue careers as museum curators, art restorers or architects who focus on Russia’s contribution to the world aesthetic. The possibilities that come with the skills honed in learning another language are often vast.

    Preparatory programs in Russian are offered in on-site learning environments as well as online. Search for your program and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.