About the Program
Participants expand their command of structure and improve their Russian proficiency to the Intermediate Low level or better. Participants who complete the course successfully will be able to navigate comfortably in a Russian-speaking environment, engage easily in day-to-day exchanges, and participate fully in daily interpersonal exchanges in Russian. They will have a solid foundation for further study or for interacting effectively in Russia or a Russian-speaking community.
May 28 - July 26, 2019
The summer program consists of two 4.5-week courses, with participants receiving grades for each. Participants study 5 hours a day, Monday-Thursday, and 3 hours on Friday, and earn 8 undergraduate credits or 6 graduate credits of First-Year Russian.
All courses are contingent upon enrollment and funding.