GRINT Centre for Education and Culture: Study Russian Language, Culture, History and Politics in Moscow, Russia




Accommodation

ACCOMMODATION

HOMESTAY
Provides a private room for each visitor with a typical Moscow family, where a friendly home atmosphere will allow the student to use Russian in a natural way maximizing language practice. All facilities are provided (cooking, bedding, television, telephone, etc). Breakfast is  provided 7 days a week. 

DORMITORIES
Students who prefer a more independent style of life in Moscow may stay in the student dorm. Our students live in a separate section which has eight bedrooms, INTERNET access, a lounge with a telephone and TV, a kitchen, and separate bathrooms for both men and women. We usually put two students per room, but single rooms can be specially arranged on demand.

HOTEL
Accommodation at hostels or even hotels from three to five stars can be arranged on request. Please email us for details.

MEALS
Most of our programs are based on halfboard, but there are a number of places on-campus which serve inexpensive lunches (as well as other meals). Full board can be arranged on request.

TRANSPORTATION
Our students can be met at the airport / train station and transferred to the airport / train station at the end of the program.

MEDICINE
Students must obtain their own medical insurance which should be checked for validity in Russia. In case of illness, the student will be taken to the medical hospital of his/her choice but the student will be responsible for the cost of any medical treatment provided.
 
POST-TRAVEL PROGRAMS
Can be arranged in:
Russia:
Golden Ring towns, Volga-river region, St.Petersburg, Trans-Siberian Railway , etc.
Ukraine: Kiev, Crimea
Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

Photo Gallery
Traditional dancing lessons for the Spring Holiday Maslenitca
 
We are both happy to be in Moscow
 
Looks like fun
 
We met in Moscow
 
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