Since 1950, the Language Workshop has enabled thousands of students and professionals to learn languages critical to academic research, economic development, human rights, diplomacy, national security, cultural exchange, scientific advancement, and other global issues.
Participants go beyond the classroom to engage with their language and its culture through clubs, cooking demonstrations, conversation tables, tutorials, individualized projects, music, dance, film nights, and more. Network with other language professionals through career events, guest speakers, and alumni presentations. Study in small classes with highly qualified instructors from around the globe.
One of the most affordable credit-bearing language programs in the country, the Workshop further supports participants by offering a wide range of undergraduate and graduate funding.
The most important thing that a language does for you is provide you access to a whole new worldview: a different way of doing things, different philosophies, beliefs, and ways of communicating.Connor Leach (Turkish, 2013; Russian, 2014)
Norvell Theater and Drama Center, A201
IU Psychology Building, Room 115
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship applications for summer 2019 are now open!
The Language Workshop reinforced the IU's commitment to the study of critical languages by hosting the Project Global Officers Leadership Meeting Oct. 28-30 at the Indiana Memorial Union on the Bloomington campus.
The Indiana University Language Workshop seeks instructors for its 2019 program in Russian.