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A&M Russian Language and Civilization-Summer Session I
Moscow, Russia; St. Petersburg, Russia
Program Terms: Summer 1
This program is currently not accepting applications.
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
 Program Type:
Texas A&M Faculty-Led
 Academic Area:
Liberal Arts
Academic College: College of Liberal Arts Academic Department: International Studies, Russian
 Minimum GPA:
 Language courses available:
 Language requirement:
 Language of instruction:
English, Russian
 Program Leader:
Brett Cooke, Olga Cooke
 Program Advisor:
Olga Catalena Housing: Dormitory
Program Description:

Russia Language and Civilization

Faculty Leaders
Brett and Olga Cooke

Study Abroad Advisor
Olga Catalena




May 20 - June 24, 2014
 Moscow, Russia
Study Russian and Russia’s rich culture and history in Moscow, the emerging cultural capital of the world! Language classes are devised to prepare students for the opportunities presented by Russia’s largest city, and coordinated with onsite (English language) study of the artistic monuments that convey the country’s rich history, all while living with Russian students on the beautiful campus of Moscow Humanities University.  Students, including those just beginning the language, gain immersion experience and orient themselves in Moscow, in addition to spending a week in St. Petersburg, Russia’s second capital. Students will also visit historic Novgorod, Tula, and spend a night in the countryside at Tolstoy’s estate, seeing more of the geographically largest country in the world! A&M faculty will lead them to many additional sites and activities, guiding them to make the best use of this experience. Courses will prepare beginning students to be able to conduct meaningful business in Russia, while the basic grammar skills of intermediate students will be developed to the advanced level, giving them successful experience in Russian expression; all will gain an essential background in the culture and history.
Optional 10-week stay program (May 20-July 20): It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this faculty-led, 5-week program extend their stay for 5 more weeks of intensive language study at GRINT, our host institution; this will allow them to complete  their INTS international experience and/or fulfill Project Go! requirements (please see a brochure for a 10-week Russian program for more info). Homestays are available and Liberal Arts majors can apply for their college’s international education grants.
  • RUSS 221: Russian Field Studies I (3 hours)
  • RUSS 222: Russian Field Studies II (3 hours)
  • RUSS 101: Beginning Russian I (4 hours)
  • EURO 289: Russian Field Studies II (3 hours)
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA or instructor permission.
  • Good standing with the University
  • History and Art Museums in Moscow
  • Red Square
  • Trip to Yasnava Polyana (Tolstoy's House)
  • Trip to Novgorod
  • St. Petersburg for a week visiting Hermitage and Cathrine Palace
Estimated Program Fee  (subject to change) -- billed to University Account $5,100
Excursions & other Program Related Expenses $1,300  
In Country Transportation $400  
International Health Insurance $47  
Study Abroad Administrative Fee $300  
Miscellaneous Program Expenses (visas, tips, wire transfers, other) 439  
Lodging (hotels) $2,240  
Portion of Faculty Expenses $374  
Additional Expenses - not included in Program Fee $3,500+
Tuition & Fees (in state resident for 6 credit hours) $1,800  
International Airfare $1,100  
*Travel Documents (passport and visa--if needed) *$145  
Some Meals (those not included in Program Fee) $500  
Textbooks & Supplies varies  
Personal Spending varies  

Russian Language and Civilization Summer 2014 Brochure-2.pdf

This program is currently not accepting applications.