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Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program

Period

Summer: Jun. 3 - Aug. 5, 2008
Fall Semester: Aug. 26 - Dec. 17, 2008
Academic Year: Aug. 26, 2008 - May 14, 2009

The program

The academic program is designed to improve participants' oral, listening, reading, and writing proficiency in Russian language and to develop their knowledge of Russian history, politics, culture, and society.

The program provides twenty to twenty-four hours per week of in-class instruction in Russian grammar, phonetics, conversation, cultural studies, and literature at universities and major academic centers in Moscow (Moscow International University), St. Petersburg (Russian State Pedagogical University) and Vladimir (KORA Center for Russian Language). All classes are conducted in Russian. Weekly cultural excursions within the host city and a seven- to ten-day mid-program trip are provided each semester. During the academic year (September through May), participants may audit regular host university classes in addition to their Russian courses if schedules permit.

Students receive academic credit for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses through Bryn Mawr College.

Requirements for eligibility

  • At least two years of college-level Russian. (Students with less than two years should contact American Councils)
  • A valid passport at time of application

Deadline for applications

Summer: Mar. 1, 2008
Fall Semester: Apr. 1, 2008
Academic Year: Apr. 1, 2008

Prices

Program price includes: international airfare; housing; tuition; most meals; all group travel in Russia; insurance; orientation in Washington, D.C.; and a Russian visa. Exact prices will be announced in December 2007.

Information and contacts

American Councils
Russian and Eurasian Outbound Programs
address: 1776 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
tel. 001.202.8337522
fax. 001.202.8337523
mail. outbound@americancouncils.org

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