Foreign Languages Course is one of the most prestigious studies in Ukraine and Russia.

Ukrainian and Russian universities provide all levels of education: Bachelor, Master, PG/PhD, and Doctoral programs.


The duration of the courses:

➢ Bachelor’s Degree: 4 years

➢ Master’s Degree: 2 years

➢ PG/PhD: 3-4 years


The Medium of Instruction for foreign students is available in English/Russian.




Russian and Ukrainian universities start their academic year on the 1st of September and finish in the middle of June (depends on the university). The year is divided into 2 semesters:

  • ● The 1st semester lasts from September,1 to the last week of January.
  • ● The 2nd semester lasts from the first week of February to the middle of June.


There are 5 working days (Monday-Friday) and 2 weekends (Saturday, Sunday) at universities.

Classes usually start at 8/9:00 and finish at 16:00.


During their studies, students have:


— practical lessons (seminars);

— excursions;

— unit tests;

— colloquiums;

— project work;

— final tests.

In the end of each semester students have to pass an examination session. If the students pass it successfully, they go on a winter/summer vacation. In case they fail the exams, students have to prepare and pass the failed exam once more.

The winter vacation usually lasts from January to February, and the summer vacation – from the mid of June to the end of August. While being on holidays, students can travel all over Russia/Ukraine, CIS countries and European countries as well!


Both Ukrainian and Russian university provide a wide range of languages to learn! You can study English, German, French, Polish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew, Turkish, Ukrainian and Russian, Italian, Spanish, Arabic.


Language fields of studies:

  • ● Computational Linguistics
  • ● Contact Linguistics
  • ● Descriptive Linguistics
  • ● Historical Linguistics
  • ● Language Acquisition
  • ● Morphology
  • ● Phonetics
  • ● Phonology
  • ● Pragmatics
  • ● Prosody
  • ● Psycholinguistics
  • ● Semantics
  • ● Sociolinguistics
  • ● Syntax
  • ● Typology