Our staff is a passionate group of people who are enthusiastic about teaching and inspiring students toward high achievements, so that they may aspire to the highest ideals and realize their maximum potential.
Our mission is to inculcate the love of the word in students, as this is the meaning of the Greek philologia. Since learning another language is a key to cognition, those who can master another language gain true freedom. Thus, our daily task consists in reminding our students that learning another language is like building an imaginary city, and each person brings their own bricks and stones with them.
Dear students – future philologists, interpreters, applied linguists, advertising experts, and journalists! May you build a beautiful, stylish, and spacious city of dreams so that guests, upon leaving, may say: “What a place!”
Director – Polina P. Dashinimaeva, Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor.
“Over the course of time, having gained a certain level of experience, I would like to say the following: nothing is better than when our graduates achieve their dreams and become successful while staying decent and kind people. It is well that our graduates seek ways to become wealthy, but he who uses tricks and dirty business is worthless. It is better to stay honest than to lose one’s reputation”.
First Deputy Director, Russian Philology School – Marina N. Zhornikova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor. Graduated from Buryat State University. In 2004 completed her Candidate of Philology dissertation in Russian Literature (10.01.01)
Motto: “Any group achievement is 99% work and 1% expectation of success.”
Deputy Director for Academic Affairs, Foreign Languages School – Erzhena V. Semenova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, alumna of Buryat State University. In 2007 she completed her Candidate of Philology dissertation in English Philology.
Research interests: Theory of Language, Philosophy of Language
Favourite Aphorism: “There are no exceptions in languages, there are rules that we don’t know” (Young Grammarians)
Deputy Director for Distance and Part-Time Education –Svetlana V. Arkhipova, Candidate of Philology. In 2013 she completed her Candidate of Philology dissertation in Linguistics (10.02.19)
Research interests: Psychology, Terminology
Deputy Director for Student Affairs – Galina V. Ulazaeva, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, graduated from Buryat State University. In 2004 completed her Candidate of Philology dissertation in Comparative Linguistics.
Research interests: Contrastive Linguistics, Phraseology, Russian as a Foreign Language, Rhetoric.
Aphorism: “Be attentive to your thoughts; they are the basis of your actions” (Lao Tse)
Deputy Director for Sports Affairs – Irina V. Orlova, Senior Instructor
Russian Language and General Linguistics
Russian and Foreign Literature
Theory and History of the Language
German and French Languages
Translation and Intercultural Communication
Journalism and Advertising
Admission exams questions for academic program “Theory of the Language” (10.02.19)
Admission exams questions for academic program “Russian Language” (10.02.01)
Questions for admission exam in the Russian language (10.02.01)
Questions for admission exam in the Theory of the Language (10.02.19)
Address: Republic of Buryatia, Ulan-Ude, ul. Ranzhurova 6, (korp. № 2 BGU),