Start teaching english in Russia
Start teaching english in Russia
Start teaching english in Russia
  • The largest network of language schools in Russia
  • Best Foreign Language School in Eastern Europe*
  • Established 1975 in London
  • Cambridge authorized platinum exam centre
  • More than 125 native English speaking teachers
  • Operating in Russia since 1994

Language link International Language Centre

Language Link is one of the largest providers of English language teaching services in the Russian Federation. With over 200 native speaking teachers from the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in its employ, Language Link is able to offer its language teaching services in over 75 locations throughout Russia. In addition to over 30 schools in and around Moscow, Language Link has teaching operations in many other major metropolitan areas to include St. Petersburg, Samara, Volgograd, Rostov na Donu, Krasnodar, Orenburg, Stavropol, Cherkessk and Ufa.

*Language Link is recognized as the "Best Foreign Language School 2020 in Eastern Europe" by the British internet media outlet — Corporate Vision Magazine.
Language Link tops the rating-list and holds the titles: "Expert of the Year" 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 acknowledged by Schoolrate — the Russian analytical rating agency in the field of foreign language courses.
Language Link is the first Russian platinum Cambridge centre authorised by Cambridge English Language Assessment. Language Link bears the titles of «The best exam centre 2018- 2019», «The best inspections rating 2013-2018», «The Best in work with Preparation centres 2015-2016» according to Cambridge Assessment English.​


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Teaching English in Russia with language Link

If you want to teach English abroad, Language Link offers excellent opportunities — both full-time EFL jobs for qualified teachers as well as paid internships for those without experience or TEFL certification.

According to teachers' reviews, Teaching English with Language Link is a truly unforgettable experience that is also professionally enriching. At Language Link, you will be part of a dedicated international team that includes people from the USA, the UK, South Africa and other English-speaking countries.

With Language Link’s support and training, you’ll be equipped to teach the English language to kids, teens and adults. If you come with an open mind, enthusiasm and a genuine interest in people, you’re likely to have one of the best years of your life.

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Marc Buchner
Marc Buchner
Marc came to Language Link from London where he had been performing on the stage ever since graduating the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Judging by Marc's 'performance' in the classroom, he must have been great on the stage. When Marc left Language Link, we truly lost one of our great 'character' actors.
Sarah Puett
Sarah Puett
Sarah came to Language Link with a year’s teaching experience that she had gained in Indonesia. Very soon after Sarah’s arrival, it was obvious that Indonesia’s loss was going to be Language Link’s gain. Within six months, Sarah was put up for an ADOS position; and within a few months of that she was teaching interns the skills needed to be an effective teacher. As good a friend as she was a teacher, there were more than a few sad faces the day S...
Tim McAlpine
Tim McAlpineUnited Kingdom
Tim is another Scotsman. With this many Scots working for Language Link, we must truly be one of the better deals on the market.
Shawn Butler
Shawn Butler
Shawn, having come to Russia on two previous occasions as a student, wanted to top off these experiences in a different role. He therefore chose to return to Russia as a teacher trainee in Language Link's Teacher-Internship Programme. While a member of Language Link's teaching staff, Shawn got the opportunity to experience life in Russia from two different perspectives.
Joe Bilz
Joe Bilz
Joe spent his first year working as an intern teacher in Volgograd. Within no time, Joe was making quite the impression on his students. Passionate about his teaching, Joe seemed to spend every waking moment either preparing for lessons, teaching lessons or . . . drinking Coke. Oh well, as the old saying goes, 'All work and no play makes Jack (or Joe) a dull boy'. In any event, his students certainly didn't find anything dull ...