Online Winter School Of The Russian Language And Culture (21 February – 05 March 2022)

A Russian language course of 48 academic hours delivered by top-ranked experts.

The course is well suited for both beginners and more proficient learners of Russian.

Masterful combination of grammar, vocabulary and conversation topics will help you acquire basic knowledge or deepen your expertise of the Russian language.

To make your experience even more exciting, NARFU is cooperating with the best museums and speakers to provide interactive virtual tours, lectures and other colorful events.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be awarded an official NARFU certificate to confirm their achievements.

Mode of study: Online (Moscow time)

Application deadline: 14th February 2022
The application form is available on

English taught courses (January – May 2022)

There are courses available in a variety of research areas: comparative social work, environmental engineering, health and wellbeing in the Circumpolar area, Software Systems and Services Development in the Global Environment, to name a few.

Level: Bachelor, Master

Mode of study: offline (at the campus)

Application deadline: 5th December 2021

More information is available on the web-page

International Online School Arctic Engineering (May 2022)

The school programme is aimed at addressing the key issues that a new generation of engineers faces nowadays: energy sources management, construction technologies and combatting icing accretion on industrial applications in the Arctic region. Lectures given by leading experts and scientists will provide the participants with approaches of solving the problems created by the climatic, geological conditions and logistics of the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions with the focus on:

  • Perspectives of oil and gas field development in the Arctic
  • Prospects of using different energy resources in the High North
  • Special features of the using ecologically green material in the Arctic conditions
  • Icing of constructions in the Arctic condition
  • Aspects of using solid fuels in the Arctic

Workload: 3 ECTS

Mode of study: Online (Moscow time)

Application deadline: May 2022

More information is available on the School web-page

Please find more information in the attached flyers under "Related files" on the right.