Deadline: March 15, 2021, Ongoing
Nazarbayev University (NU) in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, in collaboration
with Arizona State University, is pleased to announce their next session
of the Summer School in Russian and Eurasian Studies (SSRES), which
will be an online, intensive summer language program in Kazakh
(SSRES). The 8-week intensive course, which will be online for summer
2021 offers over 140 contact hours.
Program dates for SSRES 2021:
June 7 – July 30 (8 weeks, equivalent of one academic year)
American students are encouraged to apply to the program through
Arizona State University’s Critical Language’s Institute, through
which Title VIII funding is available (see more information below).
In addition, students applying through Arizona State University will
earn US-based academic credits, workshops, and other program support.
For more information about applying through the Critical Languages
Institute at Arizona State University, please see their site:
https://melikian.asu.edu/cli/kazakh , or email the Director, Irina
For more detailed information about the program at NU, please see the
website: https://ssh.nu.edu.kz/academics/summer-school-in-russian-and-eurasian-studies-2021/, or contact the Program Director, Dr. Amanda Murphy at email@example.com.
NU is a highly selective English-language university in Astana,
Kazakhstan, which houses over 40 different specialists on Eurasia from
various disciplines, who teach classes for our MA and Ph.D. programs
in Eurasian Studies. During the summer, they host a Eurasian Studies
Lecture series. This year they will offer a variety of virtual
excursions that will allow students to explore the farthest corners of