- Russian (native)
- Belarusian (native)
- Belarusian State University, philology department, major in Belarusian language and literature (1999), Czech language (2000) (http://philology.bsu.by/by/).
- Ph.D. dissertation on “Linguistic Ethnic Stereotypes and Their Representations in Belarusian, Russian and Polish Lexicography of the 19th Century”.
Numerous courses in Czech and Slovak language (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic and Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia).
Olga is a highly qualified instructor of Slavic languages with many years of experience working with students of all levels. For more than 15 years she has taught Slavic languages at Belarusian State University and has also lectured at Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic), University of Jena (Jena, Germany) and the University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria). Since 2012 Olga has taught at the City Lingva Language Education Center in Minsk.
Since 2003, Olga has been teaching Czech and Slovak, specializing in preparing students for entrance to universities in Czech Republic and Slovakia, as well as teaching Belarusian as a foreign language.
Olga has written her own textbooks on both Czech language and Old Church Slavonic, which can be found in BSU’s the electronic catalog (http://elib.bsu.by/). In addition to these materials, she also uses a variety of modern authentic Czech, Slovak and Belarusian textbooks by different authors as well as other resources to help students master the language as easily as possible.