"Любовь сильнее смерти и страха смерти. Только ею, только любовью и движется жизнь."
"Love is stronger than death and fear of death. Life is supported by love and advances only through love."
-- I. S. Turgenev
Russian is one of the top five most spoken languages in the world with more than 270 million speakers, and is considered a critical language by the United States, meaning Russian speakers are in high demand but low supply. Adding Russian courses to your Webster degree adds value to your resume and gives you an edge in the international job market.
Why Study Russian at Webster University?
- Pride. Russian is a fun and challenging language that the enthusiastic professors at Webster are proud to offer to its students.
- Future prospects. Russia has one of the ten strongest economies in the world and is still a growing market. Being able to communicate with companies that do business with the United States would make you a valuable asset.
Society of International Languages and Cultures: SILC hosts multiple entertaining and culturally-focused events throughout the school year, and every event is open for anyone to attend.