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What the Digital Pre-University Faculty is?

18

modules

500+

lessons

10 000+

text materials

10 000+

audio materials

1000+

hours of video content

The Digital Pre-University Faculty of RUDN University gives the opportunity to prepare for admission without leaving the country and alongside with studying at school or at university.
The program has been designed to enable students to learn Russian and improve their knowledge of general education subjects up to the level, required for the admission at any Russian university.
The Digital Pre-University Faculty of RUDN University is opened for enrollment throughout the year in any corner of the world.

Educational process

Classes start: September 15, 2020
Document acceptance and enrollment: year-round

Before enrollment, each student receives a free personal consultation, during which they can ask any questions they have. Additionally, professors of RUDN University hold a free trial lesson to get a student acquainted with the Russian language and the digital educational platform.
Students receive continuous support from experienced tutors and professors - more than 10 hours of communication with a native speaker each week.
Each student can choose:
- Basic Course, which includes a set of modules on the Russian language and general education disciplines
- separate modules that he/she is interested in studying

For more information on the contents of programs and modules, see «Programs and modules».

Programs and modules

BASIC COURSE
on the Russian language and general education subjects

Duration: from 6 months up to 2 years
Form of studying: on-site and off-site training with the use of distance educational technologies
Upon a successful final assessment, the student will receive a certificate confirming knowledge of the Russian language and general disciplines at the level required for admission to Russian universities

Basic Course consists of:

4 core compulsory modules on the Russian language

  • Introductory phonetic course
  • Russian language (A1, beginner)
  • Russian language (A2, elementary)
  • Russian language (B1, intermediate)
  • 3 elective modules on general education disciplines (a student can choose from 8 options)

  • Mathematics
  • Informatics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Literature
  • Biology
  • Social Science
  • History
  • 1 elective module on academic style of speech in the areas of training (a student can choose from 5 options)

  • Medical and Biological
  • Natural Science
  • Humanitarian
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Economic
  • 1 module on Culture Studies

    SEPARATE MODULES
    on the Russian language and general education subjects

    Duration: from 1 month up to 6 months
    Form of studying: on-site and off-site training with the use of distance educational technologies
    Students can choose any module / modules
    Upon successful completion of the module/modules, the student will receive a training document on the selected module/modules

    Modules on the Russian language

  • Introductory phonetic course
  • Russian language (A1, beginner)
  • Russian language (A2, elementary)
  • Russian language (B1, intermediate)
  • Modules on general education disciplines

  • Mathematics
  • Informatics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Literature
  • Biology
  • Social Science
  • History
  • Modules on academic style of speech in the areas of training

  • Medical and Biological
  • Natural Science
  • Humanitarian
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Economic
  • The student learns:

  • letters of the Russian language, alphabet,
  • vowels and consonants of the Russian language,
  • hard and soft, voiced and deaf consonants,
  • word, syllable, phrase,
  • stress and rhythm in Russian,
  • pronunciation rules, types of intonation constructions,
  • more than 100 words of the Russian language,
  • Cyrillic writing.
  • The student

  • learns almost 800 Russian words
  • The student will be able to:

  • ask the name, introduce themselves or another person, say hello, say goodbye, turn to someone, thank, apologize, respond to thanks and apologies, ask to repeat;
  • ask a question and report on a fact or event, a person, an object, on the presence or absence of a person or object, on the quality, ask and answer questions Whose? When? Why? Where?;
  • express a desire, request, offer, invitation, consent or disagreement, refusal;
  • express attitude: evaluate the person, subject, fact, action
  • .

    Talk with native speakers:

  • in a shop with shop-assistants and cashiers;
  • in a restaurant or cafe with waiters
  • in the classroom with the teacher and students
  • in transport and in the streets with Russian-speakers
  • in the clinic and pharmacy with doctors and nurses
  • Tell a lot of interesting things:

  • about themselves, their childhood, study, work, hobbies and interests;
  • about their friends and family members;
  • about spending free time.
  • read:

  • a large text (250-300 words) and understand basic information and notice important semantic details
  • write:

  • a message from 7-10 sentences,
  • talk:

  • on the proposed topic (at least 7 phrases).
  • The student:

  • learns 1,300 Russian words
  • The student will be able to talk with native speakers:

  • in the dean’s office, at different offices and departments, etc.;
  • at the post office;
  • at the bank;
  • in the library;
  • in transport;
  • on excursions;
  • by phone.
  • The student will be able to

  • enter into communication, get to know someone, introduce him/herself or another person, say hello, say goodbye, contact someone, thank, apologize, respond to thanks and apologies, congratulate, ask to repeat, express a wish;
  • ask a question and report on a fact or event, person, subject, on the presence or absence of a person or subject; about the number of items and their quality; about the action, time, place, reason and purpose of the action or event; express intention, desire, request, wish, advice, offer, invitation, consent or disagreement, refusal, permission or prohibition, promise, uncertainty;
  • express attitude:

  • evaluate the person, subject, fact, action, event.
  • talk and discuss important topics:

  • 1. A story about yourself. Biography: childhood, study, work, interests.
  • 2. My friend (acquaintance, family member).
  • 3. The family.
  • 4. Study, work (place of work, profession).
  • 5. Learning a foreign language.
  • 6. My day.
  • 7. Free time, leisure, interests.
  • 8. Hometown, capital.
  • 9. Health.
  • 10. The weather.
  • read and understand:

  • text (600-700 words), find basic and additional information,
  • write:

  • 15-18 sentences on the proposed topic,
  • discuss:

  • proposed topic (at least 7 phrases).
  • The student:

  • learns 2,300 Russian words
  • The student will be able to

  • communicate with native speakers in the following situations: in offices and departments; in shops, kiosks, at the cash desk; at the post office; at a bank, at a currency exchange office; in a restaurant, buffet, cafe, cafeteria; in the library; in the classroom; in the streets of the city, in transport; in the theater, museum, on excursions; at the clinic, at the doctor's, in the pharmacy; by phone, fax; in hotels; at the station, at the airport;
  • get to know someone in accordance with the norms of Russian speech etiquette,
  • introduce him/herself or another person, say hello, say goodbye, contact someone, thank, apologize, respond to thanks and apologies, congratulate; initiate and maintain communication, change the topic (direction) of the conversation; to attract attention, ask to repeat, remind, end the conversation;
  • request and report information: ask a question or report on a fact or event, person, object, on the presence or absence of a person or object, on the quantity, quality, belonging of objects; about the action, time, place, reason and purpose of the action or event; about the possibility, necessity, probability, impossibility of the action;
  • express intention, desire, request (demand), wish, advice, offer, invitation, consent or disagreement, refusal, permission or prohibition, promise, uncertainty, doubt;
  • express attitude: to assess the person, subject, fact, event, act; express preference, condemnation, surprise, sympathy, regret;
  • communicate verbally and in writing on the following topics:
  • 1. Biography: childhood, study and work, interests. The family.
  • 2. The choice of place of study or work, profession, etc.
  • 3. Education system: schools, colleges, institutes and universities in Russia and in the native country.
  • 4. The role of foreign languages in human life. Learning Russian.
  • 5. Lifestyle (working hours, leisure, traditions, communication with colleagues and friends).
  • 6. Free time. Leisure, interests, hobbies (art, sports, travel, etc.).
  • 7. The city. The capital. Hometown. The city as a center of culture and tourism. Problems of the modern city. Life in the city and in the country.
  • 8. Country. Russia. Its regions. Home country: geography, economics, culture, history, etc.
  • 9. Famous figures of science and culture of Russia and native country.
  • 10. Nature. Nature and man. Ecology.
  • read texts (900-1,000 words), understand the topic of the text, its main idea; understand the basic and additional information contained in the text, conclusions and assessments of the author
  • write in Russian on the proposed topic (at least 20 sentences)
  • speak on a proposed topic (at least 20 phrases).
  • The student will:

  • learn the topics necessary for successful first-year university studies - theorems, rules and formulas expressing the basic relationships of elementary mathematics, basic concepts of the beginnings of mathematical analysis, etc.;
  • master the methods of solving and studying the main types of equations and inequalities;
  • be able to formulate the studied theorems and rules in Russian, use mathematical terminology and symbols; to formulate definitions (or give descriptions) of the basic concepts of the studied sections of elementary mathematics, vector algebra and mathematical analysis, explain in Russian and write down solutions using mathematical terms and symbols.
  • The student will learn:

  • important definitions (descriptions) of the basic concepts of computer science;
  • names and functionality of the main computer parts; principles of information storage, information units;
  • Operating Systems;
  • structure of the file system for storing information;
  • main types of software and their purpose;
  • main objects in a text editor and processing methods;
  • The student will be able to:

  • use terminology in Russian and symbols of computer science;
  • formulate in Russian definitions (descriptions) of the studied basic concepts of computer science;
  • explain the functional purpose of the main parts of the computer; - navigate the main operating systems and file storage system;
  • navigate the main types of software (text editor, graphic editor, spreadsheets, presentations, etc.);
  • process information.
  • The student will learn:

  • basic concepts and laws of chemistry;
  • general scientific and chemical terms of great importance for further professional education;
  • atomic molecular theory; electronic structure of atoms; periodic law and structure of the periodic system of chemical elements; main types of inorganic substances and their chemical properties and methods of preparation; basic laws of chemical reactions; basic concepts of chemistry of solutions, theory of electrolytic dissociation; basic concepts.
  • The student will be able to:

  • use chemical terminology and symbolism, formulate definitions of basic concepts of the studied sections of chemistry in Russian;
  • make equations of reactions of transformation of substances of various classes based on their chemical properties;
  • solve problems, write formulas and reaction equations.
  • The student will learn:

  • several interesting topics from zoology: about the simplest animals, invertebrates, chordates;
  • main topics on human anatomy and physiology;
  • how to describe in Russian the cardiovascular, digestive, nervous and other systems of the human body.
  • The student will be able to:

  • understand and use important general scientific and biological terms;
  • characterize in Russian life forms and the diversity of species of living organisms.
  • The student will:

  • study mechanics, molecular physics and thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism in Russian;
  • The student will be able to:

  • apply basic terms and concepts of the studied branches of physics;
  • apply the laws of physics to solve typical problems;
  • formulate the conditions of tasks in Russian, explain and write down solutions;
  • solve computational problems requiring knowledge and skills from various branches of physics and mathematics.
  • The student will know:

  • periods in the history of Russia;
  • main events and dates of Russian history;
  • prominent Russian and Soviet figures and their role in the development of the state.
  • The student will be able to:

  • understand the scientific terminology of history in Russian;
  • tell about historical events from the ancient Russian state to modern Russia,
  • show on a map the territories where the most important historical events for Russia took place,
  • use the acquired knowledge in Russian.
  • The module "Social Studies" is the basis for the subsequent study of the humanities. It introduces the basic concepts of social sciences, political systems and economic models, gives a general description of the social structure of society and the main social institutions.

    The student will learn:

  • basic terms of social science in Russian;
  • trends in society development, the most important social institutions;
  • interaction of man and society, social institutions, society and the environment;
  • public relations regulation, social norms, legal regulation mechanisms.
  • The student will be able to:

  • talk in Russian about the main social objects, highlight their essential features and patterns of development;
  • work with sources of sociological and historical information (maps, reference books);
  • talk in Russian about social phenomena, understand the interconnectedness and interdependence of the phenomena of economics, politics, culture and art.
  • The student will receive knowledge of fiction as a form of art and its significance; literary criticism as a science of literature; folklore as oral poetic creation; old Russian literature; Russian literature of the 18-20 centuries. The student will study the life and creative paths of Alexander Pushkin, Mikhail Lermontov, Nilolai Gogol, Ivan Turgenev, Leo Tolstoy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Anton Chekhov, will be able to use literary terminology in Russian, convey the main content of prose and poetic works.

    The modules are made to include the Russian vocabulary of the future major planned to take at a Russian university. Each of the modules includes more than 700 words from the field of the future specialty

    The student can choose one of the five areas of training: natural-scientific, biomedical, economic, humanitarian, engineering.

    The student will know the basic terminology of the chosen specialty in Russian, prepare to understand lectures in Russian, work at seminars, study special literature and communicate in the academic and professional field

    The student will know:

  • basic syntactic constructions and language units used in the scientific style of speech;
  • lexical and grammatical compatibility of words;
  • features of the use of scientific terms;
  • how to use syntactic constructions of the scientific style of speech, make oral and written statements.
  • Each module "Scientific style of speech" contains:

  • a large amount of illustrative material;
  • audio recordings and video lectures;
  • interactive exercises for mastering vocabulary and grammatical constructions.
  • The student will learn about:

  • the geography of Russia;
  • its megacities;
  • the peoples inhabiting the Russian Federation;
  • the main holidays of Russia, traditions of the Russian people;
  • the capital of Russia - the city of Moscow, its historical and cultural attractions.
  • The student will be able to take virtual excursions to the best museums of Moscow, get acquainted with the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), its faculties, institutes, academy and campus, learn interesting facts about the life of RUDN multinational student team from 157 countries of the world.

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    F.A.Q.

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    The learning process takes place on the portal https://langrus.rudn.ru. The necessary materials for training are contained in the lessons of the modules. For recommendations on additional books, textbooks on topics of interest to the student, the student can contact the tutor.
    After completing the basic course or module, the student will receive a certificate of training in the established form. A student who has successfully completed the full program training is entitled to receive a discount of 10% of the cost of training upon admission to RUDN University on a contract basis. The university provides support in obtaining a student visa for an invitation to the Russian Federation.
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