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Summer Programs Abroad - 2018

Rachel Stauffer, PhD, Joins SRAS

Travel Alert for Russian Cities: May 25 - July 25, 2018

Thank You ASEEES Organizers and Attendees!

Extended Program Deadlines - Spring, 2018

Scholarships Available!

Stetson University and SRAS Announce New Partnership

Call for Papers: Vestnik!

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Study Abroad This Summer!
Affordable Programs That Will Grow Your Resume

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  SRAS student Corrine Hughes makes some local friends
while abroad in Eurasia.

SRAS specializes in innovative study abroad programs in Eurasia. All programs are geared to be eligible for US college credit. Basing our programs in Eurasia allows us to take advantage of both the region's strong educational and cultural opportunities and low costs of living.

Why should you study abroad? Study abroad has been shown to both boost employability as well as improve cognitive skills, creativity, and academic performance. This is achieved by challenging students to live within a culture unlike their own, to interact with people who think and live differently, and to learn to thrive independently despite the challenges this presents.

Eurasia offers highly unique experiences in geopolitically, historically, and culturally interesting locations. Thus, students can build their resumes and personal skills rapidly and within student budgets. This is why SRAS has been successfully sending students abroad to Eurasia for over 20 years.

SRAS programs are available to undergraduates, graduate students, professionals, and "gap year" students. One need not be currently enrolled in a university program to attend SRAS programs. Previous language study is not needed for most programs. More information. More programs (fall and spring semesters).

- SRAS Summer Program Lineup -

Georgian Foodways

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. This program includes extensive travel throughout beautiful Georgia, housing in guest houses, homestays, and hostels, and most meals.

Available: Summer
Security and Society

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
The Art and Science of Museums

An excursion-based three-week program. Understand how St. Petersburg's best museums collect, display, preserve, and restore their famed collections. Tour art, history, and house museums as well as restoration and storage facilities.

Available: 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

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, Summer
Funding: SRAS Challenge Grants

Students who can meet the challenge are rewarded with grant funding. SRAS Challenge Grants can be combined to boost your award as far as you think you can take it.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Central Asian Studies

Focus on anthropology and/or linguistics. Courses on regional history and hands-on learning of the countries and cultures. Home stay and extensive cultural program included. Summer programs include a week-long horse trek into the mountains to experience nomadism and meet local nomads.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Summer
Russia and the Environment

Where environmental, economic, and demographic problems converge. Study 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
The Cuba-Russia Connection

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
Russian as a Second Language (RSL)

Twenty hours per week of Russian language training. Individualized Russian tutoring and intensive Russian also available in most locations.

Available: Fall, Spring, Year, Custom & Short Term, Summer


SRAS programs are also available for Fall and Spring Semesters! Click here.

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