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SRAS Moscow: Russian as a Second Language
Moscow, Russian Federation (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Fall,
Spring
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Program Sponsor: SRAS 
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Lang. of Instruction: English, Russian Housing: Homestay, Residence Hall
Program Type: Off-Campus Study Areas of Study: Culture, Russian
Program Description:
Program Description:

Moscow: Russian as a Second Language

 Moscow, Russia's political and economic capital, is home to not only most of Russia's federal government, but also most of Russia's major businesses and the Russian headquarters of international corporations. The city overflows with NGOs, museums, and cultural institutions. All of this offers students an extraordinary opportunity to make potential professional contacts, understand Russia's current development trajectory, and to take in as much Russian culture as possible in one location. Moscow is also Europe's largest city and a major regional hub for all of Eurasia. It is a diverse city, with cultural infrastructure serving a diverse population. In Moscow, you'll explore all of this as part of your guided cultural program.

Moscow is especially recommended if you are looking to make Russia or Eurasia a part of your career. Moscow is also for those who enjoy a thriving metropolis, filled with places that you've read about in books. It is also surprisingly accessible, with highly efficient public transport, and very affordable with the current ruble/dollar exchange rate.

SRAS' Moscow RSL program is specially designed for those with intermediate to advanced Russian language skills. At least two semesters of previous Russian language instruction are required.

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All SRAS Russian as a Second Language (RSL) programs aim to immerse you in the language with a combination of classroom hours, peer tutoring, and other out-of-classroom experiences.

RS-200/300/400 Russian Language Study
Small, intensive classes focus on reading, writing, grammar, speaking, comprehension, and phonetics for 20 hours per week. Classes available for intermediate and advanced students. At least two semesters of previous Russian langauge instruction required.
Fall/Spring: 288 hours/16 credits
Summer I (8 weeks): 160 hours/8 credits
Summer II (6 weeks): 120 hours/6 credits

For more information, and to apply, click here.

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Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2022 01-MAR-2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Spring 2023 01-MAR-2022 01-APR-2022 TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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