About Us

Academic exchange between Germany and the former Soviet Union began in the 1980s. In 1993, the DAAD opened a Regional Office in Moscow at Leninskij Prospekt 95a, where it still operates today.

In addition to its Regional Office, the DAAD maintains three Information Centres (ICs) in Russia: in Kazan, Novosibirsk and St. Petersburg.

A number of DAAD instructors currently teach at Russian universities, including two long-term visiting lecturers, 30 DAAD Lektors and four DAAD language assistants.

Bronze statues of Goethe and Schiller in Weimar.

German Studies in Russia

On the following pages, you can find more information about the organisations and institutions which promote research in the area of German language studies and support knowledge transfer in the German Studies community.

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The office of the DAAD Moscow branch.

DAAD Regional Office Moscow

Since the DAAD Regional Office in Moscow first opened in 1993, its director and employees have conveyed the interests of the DAAD and its members to the agencies of the Russian Federation.

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The Kremlin in Moscow.

DAAD Information Point in Kazan

The DAAD opened the Information Point at the Kazan Federal University (KFU) in 2013.

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IC Nowosivbirsk.

DAAD Information Point in Novosibirsk

The DAAD opened its Information Point at the Novosibirsk State Technical University (NGTU) in 2001. The Information Point is responsible for the DAAD’s programme activities in the entire Siberian region.

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The Moika River in Saint Petersburg.

DAAD Information Point in Saint Petersburg

The DAAD Information Point in St. Petersburg was established at the Herzen State Pedagogical University in 2002.

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Contact

Here you will find information on our contact details and counselling hours.

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About the DAAD

A brief look back at history shows that the DAAD has a long tradition of uniting people and academia.

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