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Study Abroad Programs in Russia

ACM (Associated Colleges of the Midwest) Russia Program in Krasnodar (approved by Kenyon College)
Krasnodar; fall.
GLCA recognized
Intermediate Russian is required. The setting is Krasnodar, a provincial university center in the Caucasus Mountains. Students will combine intensive language study under Russian faculty with study of Soviet civilization under the direction of an American resident director. Personal ties with Russian students and opportunities for contact with Russian families enrich both the social and academic opportunities that are available. Students will be housed with Russian families. Faculty representative: Assistant Professor Natalia Olshanskaya. March 15.

University of Arizona Russian Abroad
Moscow, St. Petersburg; fall, spring, summer, academic year.
Provides high quality language programs in Moscow and St. Petersburg and internships in western firms in Moscow.
E-mail: dphillip@u.arizona.edu
340 Modern Languages, Tucson, AZ 85721
Phone: 1-520-621-7344

CCCU (Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities) Russian Studies Program
Nizhnii Novgorod; fall, spring.
Enables students to study Russian language , history, and culture; live with a Russian family; and travel to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladimir, and Suzdal.
E-mail: student-programs@cccu.org
329 Eighth Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 1-202-546-8713

CCIS (College Consortium for International Studies) in Russia
Language, culture courses and a "Russia Today" lecture series, similar to the lecture series in the MIAS-IUM program. CCIS also offers a summer program centered on language and culture.

CIEE in St. Petersburg: The Cooperative Russian Language Program (approved by Kenyon College)
St. Petersburg; fall, spring, summer, academic year.
This is an opportunity for qualified students to study Russian at St. Petersburg State University. The semester program is for upper-intermediate and advanced students and includes fourteen weeks of intensive Russian-language study and an eleven-day field trip; classes are small and are conducted in Russian. The academic-year program is designed for students who have completed at least three years of Russian language and who are majoring in economics, history, political science, sociology, or Russian language and literature. To be eligible for the year-long program, a student must have participated in a resident Russian language-study program in the former Soviet Union for at least six weeks. Participants in the semester and academic-year programs live in university residence halls with Soviet students as roommates. All meals are provided at the university cafeteria. April 1, November 1.

CIES: USA International Partners for Study Abroad
St. Petersburg; fall, winter, spring, summer, academic year.
Choose one of several customized programs in RussianDrama and Theatre Arts; Ballet and Dance; Political Science; Museum Studies; or Russian Interlude.
E-mail: cieusa@goodnet.com
P.O. Box 83358, Phoenix, AZ 85071
Phone: 1-602-942-6732

College of Saint Scholastica: Russian Language Study Tour
Petrozavodsk, summer.
Features intensive Russian language instruction by highly skilled bilingual Russian teachers.
E-mail: tmorgan@css.edu
1200 Kenwood, Duluth, MN 55811 USA
Phone: 1-218-723-6032

University of Colorado at Denver: Russian Civilization and Culture Program.
St. Petersburg, summer.
A unique opportunity to study civilization, culture and fine arts in Russia.
E-mail: international@carbon.cudenver.edu
Campus Box 185, P.O. Box 173364, Denver, CO 80217-3364
Phone: 1-303-556-3489

EF International Language School in Russia
Moscow; fall, spring, academic year.
Offers flexible language study and job opportunities in Moscow.

Georgetown University: Russian Language and Culture
St. Petersburg, summer.
Seven-week, six credit program; four-day field trip to Moscow; historical and cultural excursions; two-day
orientation in Helsinki, Finland; Deadline in March.Seven-week, six credit program; four-day field trip to Moscow; historical and cultural excursions; two-day orientation in Helsinki, Finland; Deadline in March.
E-mail: sscefps@gunet.georgetown.edu
Box 571012, Washington, DC 20057-1012 USA
Phone: 1-202-687-6184

IES Russian Language and Area Studies Program (approved by Kenyon College)
Moscow; fall, spring, academic year.
At least one year of college-level Russian is required. Intermediate-level students take their area studies courses in English. For advanced students, all classes are taught in Russian. Qualified students may also enroll in the Russian State University of the Humanities. Extensive field trips and cultural programs in Moscow, along with field trips to St. Petersburg and other places of interest in and near Russia, are included. Housing is with Russian families or in university residence halls. April 1, October 15.

Indiana University Russian tour
St. Petersburg, summer.
Russian language study tour with lectures, and excursions of general, historical and cultural interest
Franklin Hall - 303, Bloomington, IN 47405 USA
Phone: 1-812-855-9304

Middlebury College School in Russia
Moscow, Voronezh, Yaroslavl; spring, fall, summer, academic year.

Monterey Institute of International Studies
Moscow, summer.
Six weeks of intensive courses at the Moscow Linguistics University. Six semester units in Language, Culture and Russian Business Politics; 90 hours of content-based instruction.
E-mail: ILP@miis.edu
425 Van Buren Street, Monterey, CA 93940 USA
Phone: 1-408-647-6551

The Moscow Institute for Advanced Studies and the International University of Moscow (MIAS-IUM)
Moscow; spring, fall, summer, academic year.
Includes language courses, elective courses, the internship program, a lecture series, and graduate research support.

University of Richmond Russia Summer Study Abroad Program
St. Petersburg, six weeks.

School for International Training (approved by Kenyon College)
St. Petersburg; fall, spring.
College Semester Abroad.

The School of Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS)
This school offers programs at several locations in Russia and with differing objectives, depending on student interest.

State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY): Russian Language and Culture Program
Tver'; fall, spring, summer, academic year.
Students take courses in Russian language, history, literature and culture. Field trips and homestays are also included. This program does not provide for direct enrollment in host university courses.
E-mail: studyabroad@acsu.buffalo.edu
210 Talbert Hall, Box 601604, Buffalo, NY 14260-1604

Tufts University
Moscow; spring, fall, academic year.
Allows students from a variety of backgrounds including the hard sciences to study in Russia at Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology. Completion of 6 semesters of college level Russian or the equivalent is required.
E-mail: ghainswo@emerald.tufts.edu
Ballou Hall, Medford, MA 02155-7084 USA
Phone: 1-617-627-3152

University of Tulsa: Summer Program in Zelenograd
Zelenograd; summer.
Six weeks of cultural exploration while studying at the MIET.
E-mail: StudyAbroad@utulsa.edu
Office of Study Abroad, Tyrrell 102 600 South College Ave,, Tulsa, OK 74104-3189 USA
Phone: 1-918-631-3229

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Summer Program in Russian
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhnii Novgorod; summer.
Six week program of based at Moscow State University; provides a wonderful opportunity to study language in a Russian environment and experience Russian culture and life.
E-mail: imakovee@vt.edu
Dept of Foreign Languages, 331 Major Williams Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0225 USA
Phone: 1-540-231-8304 1-540-961-2049

A major or minor in Modern Languages Course Offerings 2002-2003 Faculty Students

Resources at Kenyon Study Abroad Programs Russian Links