Students excavating a site in Dali, Kazakhstan.
The Russian Language and Literature minor program encourages students to study abroad in Russia and other post-Soviet countries. Washington University offers these programs:
- Summer, semester or year-long study in St. Petersburg, Russia under the auspices of the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE).
- Washington University Summer Program in Kazakhstan: Archaeology and History of Central Asia offers students a rare opportunity to travel to Kazakhstan, the largest of the former Soviet republics in Central Asia. Please contact Prof. Michael Frachetti (email@example.com) for more information.
Students can also petition for an alternative study abroad program by filling out the Washington University Petition Packet.
Students may count up to 6 units from study abroad toward the Russian Language and Literature minor: 3 units for a literature or culture course, and 3 units for a language course.
For more information about receiving credit for your study abroad experience, please visit the IAS Study Abroad page. To learn more about study abroad opportunities in general, contact Overseas Programs.