ABA Pushkin Language School is  focused on teaching Russian to non Mother tongue speakers. We moreover offer training for people with Russian as second tongue and special Business Russian. The school is located in Pushkin, a close suburb of Saint Petersburg (24 km from the centre). Lessons are normally held at the school, centrally located and close to students’ accommodation. In class there is a maximum of 5-6 students, normally from different nationalities.

Teachers are highly qualified professionals trained to use special intensive methods of teaching Russian. The combination of skillful teachers, homely atmosphere and close proximity to Russian everyday life are the trademarks of our school that has made us popular among our students since 1997.

Do you want to learn how to really speak Russian and be able to actively use the language?

Do you want to enter the society and understand the people of this fascinating country?

Do you want to explore the rich cultural heritage of our European neighbor and its contemporary life?

Come to Pushkin, St. Petersburg and fulfill your wishes. Live in The Tsars´ Village without having to spend a fortune and study Russian in a Royal environment. We know by experience that your language proficiency will quickly improve as you will be able to use it daily, not only in the lessons, but with new friends and in your daily life here in the beautiful and safe town of Pushkin.

The city is well known for its history, founded after Peter the Great's victory over the Swedish King Karl the 12th, and turned into the Tsar's summer residence. World famous people like the poet Pushkin, Catherine the Great, the Romanov family, Rasputin, Anna Akmatova lived here in the town with the beautiful palaces drawn by famous architects such as Francesco Rastrelli who also created the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg. In town you have the fantastic parks of Alexander and Catherine and close by Pavlovsk's park named after Paul 1 and its Grand Palace built by the Scottish architect Charles Cameron.

So whatever your motives are:  improve your language skills, get better highschool grades, pass an university exam, prepare for the TRKI (Test of Russian as foreign language), establish business contacts, discover Russian literature, refresh your skills or just to enjoy your hobby, come and experience the culture, the fun and the life in Russia.