Russian

 

Russian is spoken not only in Russia, but all over Central Asia and in many parts of Eastern Europe. Russian is the eighth most widely spoken native language, with over 150 million first-language speakers. About 110 million people speak it as a second language. There are commercial opportunities emerging from the expanding Russian economy, including U.S. firms doing business in Russia, as well as the newly established Russian firms doing business in the U.S. All this has created an expansion of job opportunities for those who possess Russian language skills. Other career opportunities also exist in various government agencies.

The Language Flagship sponsors four Russian Flagship Programs across the U.S.; each offers unique strengths and provides undergraduate students with pathways to professional-level proficiency in Russian alongside the academic major of their choice. Visit the program links below to start your journey towards becoming a global professional!

 

Russian Flagship Program at the University of California, Los Angeles

Russian Flagship Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Overseas Russian Flagship Program