Learn Russian at Liden & Denz Moscow

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Our centre in the Russian capital is located in the central part of the city, a short walk from the Belorusskaya Railway Station, a terminus for trains from Berlin and Warsaw. Our premises are on the ground floor of a building that belongs to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Most of the office space is used by foreign diplomats and accredited correspondents of the international press. The closest metro station (Belorusskaya) can be reached on foot in less than five minutes. For a map of the neighbourhood and directions how to find us, please refer to our “contact us” section.

The Liden & Denz Moscow features eleven classrooms and is equipped with the latest technology (iPads, free Wifi for students, LCD TV and DVD sets in most classrooms). Moderately priced places for lunch can be found around the corner from the school.

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  • 5 minutes walk from the Metro station

  • 11 classrooms

  • Free WiFi

  • Students’ iPads

  • Students’ lounge

  • Vending machines

  • Courtyard

  • Capacity of 100 students

Student Mix by Region

  • Western Europe

    95%

  • Asia/Pacific

    80%

  • Central/Eastern Europe

    75%

  • North America

    70%

  • Latin America

    55%

  • Other Regions

    40%

Student Mix by Age

  • 16-20

    50%

  • 21-25

    90%

  • 26-35

    75%

  • 36-50

    60%

  • 51+

    53%

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Anastasia Dubrovina
Centre Director

The Moscow centre is run by Anastasia Dubrovina (born 1982) who has been working for Liden & Denz since September 2010. Anastasia graduated from the Plekhanov State University of Economics and has over 10 years of work experience in international relations gained from her previous employment in the hotel industry.

"I used to work in the Hospitality business for almost 10 years, and after changing my work — I feel like I still work in a 5 diamonds hotel: I'm hosting people in one of the most amazing places in the country. It’s not only about providing a place to live or study, it's also about making their stay fun and unforgettable!"

Irina Nekrashevich
Academic Director

Academic Director of Moscow Centre Irina Nekrashevich has been working for Liden & Denz since 2006 and is in the current Academic Management position since October 2012. Irina graduated from Faculty of Philology Moscow State University (Lomonosov) and has more than 20 years of work experience in teaching Russian as a foreign language.

"For me, Liden & Denz Moscow is the perfect spot to learn Russian, as you feel very welcomed, and you have the best atmosphere to abandon all of the stereotypes about Russia. People here are very warm, helpful and cheerful; the city itself is full of history and it’s just very hard not to fall in love with it, even during a short stay."

Liden & Denz Moscow Institute

Gruzinsky per. 3-181, Ground floor, Moscow, Russian Federation
Office hours: Monday – Friday from 08.30 until 19.00 Moscow Time

  • Postal Code: 123056

  • Telephone: +7 (499) 254 49 91

  • Emergency Mobile phone: +7 916 577 72 11

  • Mail: moscow@lidenz.ru

How to find us

Take the metro to Belorusskaya (circle line) and use the exit Belorussky Voksal (Belarus Railway Station), then turn right and walk down Gruzinski Val for about 300 Meters. Gruzinsky pereulok is the second street to the left. House number 3 will the second building on the right side of the pereulok. The building is a very long 9-floor-block dating back to the Seventies. Do not walk along the building but turn right into the court yard where you will see gates and guards controlling access to the area. Tell them that you are visiting Liden & Denz – that is enough to be let in. We are on the ground floor of entrance number 6, office 181, door code 66 key 9864.