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08.04.2017
Russia on the Ground - March, 2017

08.04.2017
Russian Foreign Affairs in the News, March, 2017

07.04.2017
Stetson University and SRAS Announce New Partnership

06.04.2017
Extended Deadlines for Summer, 2017

01.04.2017
How the News is Reported in Russia, March, 2017

17.01.2017
The State of Study Abroad in Russia

05.06.2016
Scholarships Available!

31.05.2016
Call for Papers: Vestnik!

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Programs Covering: Internship

Internships
Language level needed varies by internship

Gain professional experience in translation or journalism or in NGOs, think tanks, museums, businesses, theatres, and more. All programs combined with language study!

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Custom & Short Term
Security and Society
All levels

This wide-ranging course allows students to chose from courses in history, Jewish studies, security, political science, sociology, and more. Semester courses offer a particular focus on today's security issues (cybersecurity, information warfare, etc.)

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Siberian Summer Adventure
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

SRAS has partnered with GBT to provide any interested volunteer with a well-rounded educational experience and unforgettable summer adventure in Siberia.

Available: Summer
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
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
Siberian Studies
All Levels - from beginning to advanced

From colonialism to industrialization to modern Siberia. Environmental, economic, and demographic problems. Combines academic courses with an environmental internship for a broad understanding of the region.

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