Sign Up  |  Login

13.08.2017
Scholarships Available!

02.06.2017
Russia: Special Registration Regime in Effect

07.05.2017
SRAS Photo Contest Gets Social Media and Prize Upgrades

07.04.2017
Stetson University and SRAS Announce New Partnership

17.01.2017
The State of Study Abroad in Russia

31.05.2016
Call for Papers: Vestnik!

Find Us on Facebook
Search
by Location
and/ or by Subject and/ or by Session  


Programs Covering: Foreign Relations / Politics

Georgian Foodways
All levels

Explore issues like climate change and food security, the place of food in social justice and ethnic identity, and the role of Georgian foodways in the current global tourism economy.

Available: Summer
The Cuba-Russia Connection
All levels

The Cuba-Russia Connection explores issues of cultural diplomacy and influence in Havana, Cuba and St. Petersburg, Russia, whose cultural production in the areas of music, literature, and art has extended beyond the two countries' boundaries.

Available: Summer
Security and Society
All levels

This wide-ranging course allows students to choose from courses in security studies, cybersecurity, health policy, Jewish studies, new media, criminal justice, and more. Note that this link will take you to a new site dedicated to this program.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Custom Programs and Research Travel

SRAS's years of experience in travel, research, and education are at your disposal to achieve your individual goals. Let us help you arrange the classes, visas, accommodation, or archive access you need.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Custom & Short Term, Summer
Diplomacy and International Relations at MGIMO
Advanced Russian skills required

Enroll for regular semester classes, conducted in Russian and attended by the diverse student population of MGIMO, Russia's premier institution for politics and international relations.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year
Funding: Braver Grant
Intermediate to advanced

Get paid to get out and get active!

Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
Funding: Research Abroad Grant
Intermediate to advanced

The grant awards $1000 to one upperclassman or graduate student per year to conduct research in Russia, Kyrgyzstan, or Ukraine.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Central Asian Studies
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

Intensive language study, courses on regional history and hands-on learning of the countries and cultures. Home stay, cultural program and educational travel included.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year
Policy and Conflict in the Post-Soviet Space
All Levels – beginning to advanced

Students will visit Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, and Russia and will discuss the conflicts in these states, both past and present, with local students, teachers, and experts.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year
Russia and the Environment
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

Environmental, economic, and demographic problems. History and governmental policies surrounding the problems. Combines academic courses with an environmental internship for a broad understanding of the region.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Russian Studies Abroad
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

Chose between Moscow or St. Petersburg. Chose your classes: language, history, politics, economics, and/or culture. For those planning a professional career with ties to Russia.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year
The Russian Far East
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

Study the international diplomacy, economy, and history of the Far East from the Russian perspective. China, Japan, and the volatile Korean Peninsula are discussed.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year
Degree Programs
Advanced; Preparatory Courses Avail for Non-Advanced

Degree programs at Russian universities are becoming more and more appealing as costs continue to escalate at home and as more and more professionals trained in Russia successfully test their skills in the West.

Available: Fall