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STUDENT GUIDE TO RUSSIA

Student Guide to SRAS Locations
Everything to Know for Staying Awhile
in Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan

Traveling abroad for a vacation is one thing - traveling abroad for semester is a whole 'nother ball game. This  guide focuses specifically on those issues of interest to students and those planning to stay in Russia, Ukraine, or Kyrgyzstan for extended periods.

As anyone who has lived in one of these countries will tell you, it's not for everyone. If you are not willing to take chances, live off strange food, and embarrass yourself by slipping on foreign etiquette and foreign tongues – we advise you to stay home. Russia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan are very different from everything you've ever known. Really. To travel there will mean growth and challenge. Be prepared for both.

The Country Guides

I. Required Reading
SRAS requires that all students enrolling in its programs read and understand the following information:    

II. Apply & Prepare

III. Other Useful Information

  

Can't find your answer?  Contact us!

   
The City Guides 

Focusing on doctors, safety, food and entertainment, as well as everyday services such as dry cleaning, haircuts, and Internet.

I. In Russia

Moscow (MGU)
See also: Russian Studies Abroad 

St. Petersburg (SPGU) 
Featured Program: Art in Russia

Irkutsk (ISLU) 
See also: Siberian Studies

Vladivostok (VGUES)
See also: Russian Far East

Also: Nizhny Novgorod

II. Outside Russia

Bishkek (LSB)
See also: Central Asian Studies

Kiev (NOVOMOVA)
See also: Policy and Conflict

Batumi (NOVOMOVA)
Summer Russian Courses

Odessa (NOVOMOVA)
Summer Russian Courses 


 Regions and Cities

Histories and descriptions of all the places you want to see in Eurasia!

 


Study Abroad
in Eurasia

Moscow State University is  Russia's largest.

SRAS Travel
Services
 
SRAS Travel Services -  Russia Your Way

The Library:
All About Russia
Click for more  information about Religion in Russia

Find Out More!

History of Russian Holidays
Internships in Russia
  The SRAS Newsletter
 Journal for Students
More Free Resources! 

 

Questions or comments?
Contact the editor.

 

 

All pages included in this section (date indicates the last update):




2015-01-10 - Batumi - A Student's Guide

2015-01-01 - Employment in and Concerning Russia

2014-12-26 - Volunteer Opportunities in Russia

2014-09-03 - ESSENTIAL Visa Information - Russia

2014-08-04 - Kyrgyz Student Visas

2014-08-04 - Kyrgyz Airports

2014-07-25 - Bishkek - A Student's Guide

2014-03-15 - Apartments, Dormitories, and Home Stays in Russia

2013-10-29 - Moscow - A Student's Guide

2013-10-28 - Common Questions About SRAS Programs

2013-10-13 - St. Petersburg - A Student's Guide

2013-10-12 - Hard to Find Foods in Russia

2013-08-22 - Health and Safety in Russia

2013-08-11 - Student Budgets and Finances

2013-08-03 - Packing Checklist and Electronics

2013-08-03 - Dual Citizens, Adoptees, and Heritage Speakers (Visa and Safety Issues)

2013-05-13 - Public Transport

2013-04-01 - Vladivostok - A Student's Guide

2013-03-05 - Internet, Post, and Phones

2013-03-04 - Kiev - A Student's City Guide

2012-12-06 - Culture Shock in Former Soviet States

2012-06-06 - International Air Travel to and from Russia

2012-05-01 - Irkutsk - A Student's Guide

2012-03-22 - Rules for Those Living in the Dormitories

2012-01-18 - A Student's Irkutsk

2011-07-14 - Nizhny Novgorod - A Student's Guide

2010-07-08 - Rules for Home Stay Students

2010-05-21 - Train Travel in Russia

2010-05-20 - At the Airport in Russia

2010-04-13 - Odessa - A Student's Guide

2008-04-24 - Pets in Russia