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Our Summer Program in Russia

 

Russian Language & Culture

Hunter College and SUNY Brockport

 

 

Our program in Russia has been CANCELLED this session.

 

Program Description:

Location

Novgorod, Russia

Dates

June 29th, 2013 to July 28th, 2013

Credits Offered

6 Credits

Tuition is not included in the program fee!

Application Deadline

March 18th, 2013 - students applying for the STOCS scholarship

March 22nd, 2013 - all other applicants

Financial Aid

Pell, TAP, Benjamin A. Gilman, STOCS, Student Loans

Program Fee

$ 4,500.00 (estimate)

Program Fee includes AIRFARE, housing, most meals, excursions, cultural events and international health insurance

Payment Schedule

$ 350.00 Application Fee & Deposit due with all application documents before March 22nd, 2013

$ 4,150.00 Program Fee Balance due before April 26th, 2013

 

Hunter College joins forces with SUNY Brockport to provide students with the Russian Language & Culture program in the Russian city of Lord Novgorod the Great (Novgorod). Novgorod, the oldest Russian city, founded in 859, has one of the best museum collections in Russia and hosts several archaeological digs every summer because its unique soil keeps objects preserved through centuries. It also remains the center where traditional folk arts are preserved. Because of its age and geographic location every aspect of Russian history is represented in Novgorod and the resources that it provides. The city is conveniently located only 130 miles away from St. Petersburg, the center of cultural life in Russia; 70 miles away from Staraya Russa, where Dostoevsky wrote some of his novels; and about 200 miles away from Pskov, the ancient frontier city that guarded the borders of Russia from German and Swedish knights. The program includes excursions to all 3 locations.

 

 

All students will take the following classes, which together will account for 6 credits: Russian Language (at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level); Culture and History; and, Russian Traditional Art. Language classes will meet in the morning from 9am-12pm. The afternoons will include the Art or Culture and History class and/or trips to museums, historical sites, and other Novgorod attractions and activities. In addition to the homework assignments and tests for the courses, students will have two special assignments: keeping a journal of their experience and making a class presentation on a selected topic.

 

In Novgorod, students will stay with local families, where they will also eat their meals. Host families will have at least one member who speaks English, but they will make their American guests practice Russian!

 

Contact Information:

 

Estimated Costs of Attendance:

Summer 2013 - RUSSIA COA

Program Fee

$ 4,500.00 (estimate)

Tuition

$ 1,380.00

Not included in the program fee (estimates)

Additional Meals

$ 50.00

Books

$ 50.00

Visa

$ 190.00

TOTAL: $ 6,170.00