Ukrainian language resources

Resources for Students of Ukrainian

Published: May 23, 2022

TThis list of web resources to assist students learning the Russian language was developed by SRAS and is now hosted on Folkways, part of the SRAS Family of Sites! If you have a resource to recommend, please contact us!

Testing Resources

report an error back to top

The Step to Ukraine project provides extensive testing – with writen and audio portions – as part of its projects implemented by the UK-based International Institute for Education, Culture and Diaspora Relations – MIOK.

Language Life School has a short grammar-based test available.

The City of Olevsk put together a simple test to celebrate International Literacy Day.


Books for Learning Ukrainian

report an error back to top

The following have been recommended by US-based college instructors.


Free Online Resources for Learning Ukrainian


Online Courses for Learning Ukrainian


Selected Ukrainian Cultural Links

  • The Ukrainian Folklore Project is an interesting site sponsored by the University of Alberta. Lots of info, pics, video footage and other multimedia presentations.
  • Ukraine Alive is a project sponsored by the Canadian government to teach 3rd graders about Ukraine as part of the standard state curriculum. Lots of videos of various kid’s games, cultural events, and more.
  • Ukrainian Holidays gives histories and current dates for Ukraine’s extensive list of holidays!

About the author



SRAS Wikis are maintained collectively by SRAS Challenge Grant Writers and Home and Abroad Scholars. They are meant to be continually updated repositories of information created for students and by students to best suit each SRAS location.

Program attended: SRAS Staff Member

View all posts by: SRASwiki

Josh Wilson

Josh Wilson

Josh lived in Moscow from 2003, when he first arrived to study Russian with SRAS, until 2022. He holds an M.A. in Theatre and a B.A. in History from Idaho State University, where his masters thesis was written on the political economy of Soviet-era censorship organs affecting the stage. At SRAS, Josh assists in program development and leads our Internship Programs. He is also the editor-in-chief for the SRAS newsletter, the SRAS Family of Sites, and Vestnik. He has previously served as Communications Director to Bellerage Alinga and has served as a consultant or translator to several businesses and organizations with interests in Russia.

Program attended: SRAS Staff Member

View all posts by: Josh Wilson