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  • Challenge Grants

    Grants

    Challenge grants are meant to encourage and help fund study abroad. Many are meant to specifically encourage students to live active, culturally-conscious lives while studying abroad.

    Grants

    Snapshot

    Location:
    Havana, Cuba;
    Tbilisi, Georgia;
    Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan;
    Warsaw, Poland;
    Irkutsk, Russia;
    Moscow, Russia;
    St. Petersburg, Russia;
    Vladivostok, Russia;
    Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Home and Abroad Scholars

    Grants

    SRAS’s Home and Abroad Scholars program combines intensive language study with a generous scholarship and a resume-building internship. Designed for maximum flexibility, this program will help support and nurture student interests in fields as diverse as journalism, economics, history, and art.
    Grants

    Snapshot

    Location:
    Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan;
    Irkutsk, Russia;
    Moscow, Russia;
    St. Petersburg, Russia;
    Vladivostok, Russia
    Terms:
    Spring, Fall
    Topics:
    Anthropology, Art & Art History, Business & Economics, Central Asian Languages, Conflict Studies, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts/Food Studies, Cybersecurity, Diplomacy, Environmental Studies, Geopolitics, Health Policy, History, Identity Studies, International Relations, Internships, Jewish Studies, Law, Literature, Museum Studies, Polish Language, Russian Language, Security Studies, Sociology, Ukrainian Language
  • Russian as a Second Language - St. Petersburg

    Study Abroad

    In St. Petersburg, you will find an exceptionally intensive and supportive study environment. Semester terms include individual/micro-group lessons to focus on your language needs, topical seminars in English or Russian, and an innovative capstone project. All terms include a broad cultural program that introduces you to the city, the many other foreign students, and to your local peers. Being cultured and friendly is part of the proud local identity and English is relatively common, making the city easy to navigate no matter what you current level of Russian. 

    Semester students for ths program should apply for Society, Business, and the Arts.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    Russian
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Spring, Summer
    Topics:
    History, Literature, Russian Language
  • Society, Business, and the Arts

    Study Abroad

    You will choose from a range of electives taught in English on culture, history, politics, economics, finance, marketing, and more. Several courses focus on the intersection of these subjects: how the economy affects the arts and the role of cultural movements within society. A wide cultural program and a weekend trip to Moscow is also included. You'll gain a wider, fuller, first-hand perspective on Russia for your future career in government, business, or academia.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    Russian and English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Spring, Fall
    Topics:
    Business & Economics, History, Hospitality/Tourism, International Relations, Law, Literature, Russian Language, Sociology
  • Spring Break 2019: Introduction to Russia

    Study Abroad

    Join SRAS for Spring Break in Russia! We will take you on a one-week grand introduction to modern Russia, its history, and its impressive culture. Follow knowledgable guides through the streets of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Sample and learn more about the local and regional cuisines. Meet your local peers in both cities to talk about what life on the ground is really like. You'll tour world-class theaters, see a wide variety of art and architecture, and see the places where both local and world history was made. This spring break experience is for anyone with an interest in Russia and its current place in the world.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Location:
    Moscow, Russia;
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Spring_Break
    Topics:
    Art & Art History, Business & Economics, History
  • St. Petersburg and Moscow: Workshop for Museum Professionals

    Study Abroad

    This two-week workshop for museum professionals is truly a unique and high-value experience. Elena Varshavskaya, who has led our art history and museum studies program in St. Petersburg for over 10 years, invites museum professionals to join her for two weeks of extensive exploration of the museums of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Peterhof, and Novgorod, meeting curators, restorers, educators, and others.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Summer
    Topics:
    Art & Art History, Continuing Education, Museum Studies
  • The Art and Science of Museums

    Study Abroad

    How can cultural and historical heritage be best preserved and transmitted? To answer this question, we will take a behind-the-scenes look at the Hermitage Museum, and explore a plethora of others including educational museums at schools of higher learning, scientific museums, museums of ethnography, memorial apartment museums, literary museums, political history museums, and more.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    English
    Location:
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Summer
    Topics:
    Art & Art History, Museum Studies
  • The Cuba-Russia Connection: Studies in Cultural Diplomacy

    Study Abroad

    The Cuba-Russia Connection invites you, through selected topics in cultural diplomacy, to become better informed about these two fascinating countries with globally-known cultures and which have played important strategic and often interrelated roles in US foreign policy.

    Study Abroad

    Snapshot

    Language:
    English
    Location:
    Havana, Cuba;
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Terms:
    Summer
    Topics:
    Diplomacy, History, International Relations, Russian Language