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Enrolment Periods

 

ENROLMENT FOR THE 3RD TERM IS NOW OPEN

Enrolment for the Summer Term is now open. 

Please do not enrol/pay for any Beginner course for the Summer Term.  In the event that you pay for a course that is already full you will be refunded but to be placed on the waiting list for the next course to begin, please email eveningcourses@ucl.ac.uk rather than applying online.

Complete Beginners

  • Complete beginners should apply for the first part of a Beginners course, starting in October (i.e. Lessons 1 - 10). 
  • You do not need to be assessed prior to enrolment
  • Enrol and pay during the relevant enrolment period and before the enrolment deadline
  • If there is more than one Beginners group for your language, please specify on which day you wish to attend

Non-Beginners

  • All non-beginners studying in any term (Autumn, Winter, Summer) need to be assessed prior to enrolment to ensure they are placed in the most appropriate class
  • During the assessment process, you will have an opportunity to speak with your prospective teacher
  • Submit your enrolment form (see above)
  • Be sure to also complete the and email it to eveningcourses@ucl.ac.uk
  • Once submitted, it will be passed to your prospective teacher, who will contact you by phone or email to learn more about you and your language studies and answer any questions
  • If space is available on the most suitable course, we will reserve a place, but you must still enrol online and pay the fees to confirm it once assessed
  • Please apply as early as possible so we can ensure assessment before the commencement of the course

Returning students

  • Welcome back!
  • If you have previously attended a SSEES Evening Course and wish to attend the next level up, no assessment is required
  • If your contact details have not changed, simply pay via our online store for the next course up 

Intermediate and Advanced Russian Students

Students applying for places on Lower Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, and Advanced Russian courses also need to complete a brief multiple choice placement test. The tests are self-scored (i.e. the answers are at the end).

Lower and Upper Intermediate Russian

Upper Intermediate and Advanced Russian

After you have done the test, calculate your score, and write it on the bottom of your assessment form.