Learn Russian at Liden & Denz St. Petersburg

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Since June 2015, Liden & Denz in St. Petersburg is located at Italianskaya ulitsa 17, at the south-eastern edge of the Square of Arts (Ploshad Iskusstv), between the Philharmonia and the historical shopping arcade Passage. The area is rich in landmark buildings, such as the Grand Hotel Europe, the Russian Museum or the Mikhailovsky theatre. The closest metro station (Nevsky Prospekt/Gostiny Dvor)  is reachable on foot in less than 5 minutes.

You cannot be more central in St.Petersburg! Our new home has been purposely built from the ground up – in a historical and newly renovated building. Latest technologies were implemented including LED lighting throughout, efficient sound insulation, state of the art ventilation in all rooms, and a super fast WiFi network. All 13 classrooms come with a modern design and have access to natural light. All windows (18 in total) open the view to a quiet yard in the historical centre of St. Petersburg.

We believe it to be the ideal environment to learn Russian!

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  • 5 minutes walk from Metro station

  • 13 modern classrooms

  • Free WiFi

  • Students’ iPads

  • Students’ lounge

  • Vending machines

  • Courtyard with 24-hour summer cafe

  • Capacity of 115 students

Student Mix by Region

  • Western Europe

    95%

  • Central/Eastern Europe

    80%

  • Asia/Pacific

    70%

  • North America

    70%

  • Latin America

    55%

  • Other Regions

    40%

Student Mix by Age

  • 16-20

    45%

  • 21-25

    80%

  • 26-35

    55%

  • 36-50

    45%

  • 51+

    40%

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Anna Stepanova
Centre Director

The St. Petersburg Сampus is run by Anna Stepanova, who has held this position at Liden & Denz since summer 2017, starting as the head of travel booking department.
She graduated from St.Petersburg Technical University with dual degrees in Economics and European Literature.

"It is a pleasure for me to be working as the director of the Liden & Denz Saint-Petersburg Campus. I am very proud of our professional staff and am privileged to be working at such a prestigious school located in the historical heart of this wonderful city!"

Nadezhda Lyubich
Director of Studies

Nadezhda Lyubich joined Liden & Denz team in 2015. She graduated from St.Petersburg State University in 2001 with a degree in Russian as a Foreign Language and English.

"Saint Petersburg is my hometown and I couldn’t imagine living somewhere else. This is the city of beauty, cultural world treasures and place of inspiration for many Russian poets.  I am sure you will enjoy the warm atmosphere of our Institute and will fall in love with our city!"

Liden & Denz St.Petersburg Institute and Booking Office

Italianskaya ulitsa 17, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation
Office hours: Monday – Friday from 08.30 until 19.00 Moscow Time

  • Postal Code: 191186

  • Telephone: +7 812 334-07-88

  • Emergency Mobile phone: +7 921 975 22 41

  • Mail: bookings@lidenz.ru

How to find us

Our main centre is easily accessible by Metro (Nevsky Prospekt/Gostiny Dvor) or by bus/trolleybus using any line along Nevsky Prospekt or Sadovaya Ulitsa. Liden & Denz is located in the courtyard of Italianskaya ulitsa 17 at the south-eastern edge of Ploshad Iskusstv (Art Square), between the shopping arcade Passage and the Philharmonia.