Vladivostok: Russia and the Asia-Pacific

Study Abroad

Although a neighbor to the highly successful Pacific Asian nations of Japan, South Korea, and China, Russia's Far East has always lagged in terms of economic development because of historical, geographic, and policy challenges. Today, however, there are several ambitious projects focused on developing this massive and resource-rich Russian region. This program will critically analyze and explore first-hand the business climate in general as well many of these projects in particular -- including the free port, special economic zones, the "Far East Hectare" project, and infrastructure initiatives in both their investment attractiveness and socio-political value.

It is precisely this proximity to strong Asian economies that is moving Vladivostok even more to the forefront in representing Russian business interests in the region. Vladivostok is drawing increasing numbers of visitors from not only Japan, Korea, and China, but also the countries of Southeast Asia, and also India. Tourists, business people, and students are shaping what is truly a multicultural and dynamic city.

Courses

Travel and Cultural Program

Housing and Location

Research and Volunteering

Transcripts and Credit Transfer

Scholarships and Grants

Budget Breakdown

Snapshot

Language:
Russian and English
Location:
Vladivostok, Russia
Terms:
Fall, Spring
Topics:
Business & Economics, History, International Relations, Russian Language

Eligibility/Prerequisites

  • GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • 18 years of age at time of application

Dates & Costs

  • 2020 Fall
    Year: 2020 Fall
    Dates: 10 September 2020 - 20 December 2020
    Application Deadline: 15 May 2020
    Cost: $11,495
  • 2021 Spring
    Year: 2021 Spring
    Dates: 29 January 2021 - 30 May 2021
    Application Deadline: 15 October 2021
    Cost: $11,495

Program Inclusions

Tuition, accommodation, visa and registration, pre-departure information, roundtrip airport transfers, cultural programming, health and emergency insurance, use of a mobile telephone for duration of program, and SRAS in-country support.