Deadline: March 1, 2020
Program benefits: small stipend, room and board with a Russian family, three hours per week of one-to-one Russian lessons, teacher training and lesson planning assistance, a pleasant, well-equipped, and organized teaching environment.
Teacher obligations: Plan and teach four (possibly 5) 1 1/2 hour classes that meet twice a week, hold office hours, present a brief “Saturday lecture” on any aspect of American culture, airfare to Moscow, visa fee, obtain TESOL certification.
Apply via: www.serendipity-russia.com/teach.html
Deadline: February 1 (early bird) or March 1, 2020
Please invite your students to apply to a new summer program we will be offering in Siberia this coming summer 2020 through the UCSD Global Seminars Programs. Students will enroll in Summer Session I (June 28-August 2) and receive credit for two 4-unit courses, LTEU 152 and 153. LTEU 152 is an Ethnic Studies course focused on the Buryats, Indigeneity, and Identity, while LTEU 153 is a multidisciplinary Environmental Studies course on Lake Baikal. Both courses will include a Russian language instruction component, but no prior knowledge of Russian is required. The courses will be rich in experiential learning. We will be based in Irkutsk and partner with students and specialists at Irkutsk State University, but we will also travel to Moscow, Petersburg, Olkhon Island, Balagansk, and Ulan Ude. We will work with the Great Baikal Trail organization and spend a night out on the trail by the campfire. Let me know if you have any questions. For more information, you and your students can access the program link below, contact me by e-mail (below), or contact the Global Seminars Director Jim Galvin at the phone number listed below.
Thanks for your interest and for sending us your students!
Rebecca Wells, Lecturer in Russian
Literature Department, University of California, San Diego
For more information:
Phone appointment with Jim Galvin, Director of UCSD Global Seminars. Call (858) 534-1123 for appointment.
E-mail with Rebecca Wells, Faculty Leader at email@example.com.
Deadline: March 1, 2020
The Good Neighbor Scholarship (GNS) provides an exemption of one year’s worth of tuition (fall, spring, and summer) to students who were born in and are residents of a nation in the Western Hemisphere (excluding Cuba and the United States). A full list of eligibility requirements, including eligible nations, can be found within the GNS application. The exemption provided by the Good Neighbor Scholarship does not pay for any fees or charges on the tuition bill, such as health insurance, late registration fees, ISSS Support Services fee, etc. The scholarship is administered through ISSS on behalf of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The 2020-2021 Good Neighbor Scholarship application will be available February 1, 2020.The deadline for the 2020-2021 school year Good Neighbor Scholarship is March 1, 2020 by 5 pm .
In addition to the online application, the following documents are required for your application to be considered complete:
- Statement of Purpose: You must provide a typed statement (minimum of 2 pages) that addresses all of the following points:
- Campus and community involvement -Discuss your involvement with student groups, university committees, and/or community involvement/volunteering and how they contribute to your success as a student.
- Academic Goals – Explain your current academic interests and plans after graduation.
- Financial Need – Indicate need for financial assistance, including any recent changes in your financial situation (e.g. medical bills, loss of sponsorship).
Deadline: March 1, 2020 (or until Mid-May)
The Summer Language Institute (www.sli.pitt.edu)
at the University of Pittsburgh is proud to announce that we are
accepting applications for summer 2020. We
offer intensive language courses through a variety of domestic, study
abroad, and hybrid (Pittsburgh+abroad) programs in the following
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