Erasmus+ funding for Russian language courses in Riga

Improve your Russian with Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of almost EUR 15 billion provides opportunities for over 4 million EU citizens to study, gain experience, intern and volunteer abroad. Liden & Denz (PIC 909919753) has developed 4 courses at its Riga campus for which Erasmus+ funding is available.

Who can apply for funding?

Teachers, teaching assistants, professors, trainers and administrative staff of organisations active in the fields of education or training. In order to secure the funds, your institution needs to file for an Erasmus+ grant at your national Erasmus+ agency first. If your institution needs help in applying for these grants, please contact us. It is important to understand that only teaching institutions can apply for grants, not individual members of staff.

If your institution has already secured the funds, the procedure is straightforward. Follow the rest of the information on this page, download the price sheet and enrolment form at the bottom of the table below and send it back to Liden & Denz.

The Erasmus+ mobility fund covers all aspects of your programme including travel, course, meals and accommodation.

Why study Russian in Riga with Erasmus + funding?

Riga is the only capital city in the EU with a majority of Russian speakers, making it the ideal destination for full immersion Russian language training, both for teachers of Russian and other staff members of educational institutions. The table below offers an overview on Erasmus+ funded programmes at Liden & Denz Riga. Note that only language teachers may apply for EPR3 and EPR4. Administrative staff working in schools, private or public, and which are involved in international projects, exchanges or dealing with multi-cultural issues or students can apply for Russian programmes EPR1 or EPR2.






Course Content

Russian Language & Grammar

Russian & Russian Culture in the E.U.

Russian & Russian as a Foreign Language Methodology

Russian & Russian as a Foreign Language Teacher Development

Levels available

A0 to B2+

A1+ to B2+

B1 to B2+

B1+ to B2+

Restricted start dates

(for beginners)



Available for academic staff

Available for non-academic staff



Intensity (hours / lessons per week)

21 / 25

22.5 / 27

21 / 25

29 / 35

Training components - Morning (20 lessons; daily from 09.00 till 12.30)

General Russian (groups of up to 12 participants)

20 morning lessons of General Russian (groups of up to 12 participants)

20 morning lessons of General Russian (groups of up to 12 participants)

20 morning lessons of General Russian (groups of up to 12 participants)

Training components - Afternoons

2 afternoons (13.30 - 15.35): extra Grammar lessons (mini-groups of up to 6 participants)

2 afternoons (13.30 - 15.35): extra lessons on Cultural studies (mini-groups of up to 6 participants) 

2 afternoons (13.30 - 15.35): extra training on RFL Methodology (mini-groups of up to 4 participants) 

Daily (13.30 - 16.00): extra training on RFL Methodology (groups of up to 12 participants) 

Training components - Evening


Guided field trip once per week




Upon request