Learn Ukrainian, BCMS, and Russian Online with UT Extension (UT Enrollment Not Required)

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Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Fall 2021

SC 506 is the first of a two-semester online course designed to introduce you to the languages and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia (BCMS). This course prepares you for real-life situational discourse (appropriate for beginner-level students) in which you might find yourself when interacting with the target culture. 

Course assignments will allow you to work independently, but you can also expect to work with peers on various activities, such as project assignments, or video recording conversations in BCMS. We will have our class twice a week (Mondays and Wednesdays), each time for an hour. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, you will work on your own. 

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Lang. Training: Russian Online (University of Texas at Austin)


Open to UT and non-UT learners!

Welcome to the world of Russian Online where you will begin to learn the rich and enigmatic language and culture of Russia. Your companions for this journey include your instructor, fellow students, Polina, her good friend Oleg the hedgehog, and many others. This course is designed to allow you the flexibility of working at times that fit your schedule while also offering the structure needed to learn a language.

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Lang. Training: Summer Online Intensive Russian (UW-Madison)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+ has a limited number of seats open in its ONLINE Intensive First- and Second-Year Russian courses in Summer 2021.

Dates: June 14 – August 6, 2021
Times: 8:50-10:45 am and 12:05-2:10 pm Central Time, Monday-Friday

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Prof. Devt: Russian Teacher Training Workshops (Indiana U)

Deadline: Ongoing

Indiana University invites Russian instructors of all levels to a workshop series on topics in effective language teaching organized by the Russian Flagship program and the Hamilton Lugar School. A limited number of seats are still available. Registration for the remaining seats will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Study Abroad: Hungarian Studies Balassi Scholarship

Deadline: April 29, 2021

Call for scholarship application of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary for the credit-based Hungarian Language and Hungarian Studies Programme in the academic year of 2021/2022.

The scholarship is intended for individuals of non-Hungarian citizenship (and of non-Hungarian decency) to increase their Hungarian language competence and “Hungarology” knowledge acquired at universities outside Hungary.

The objective of the Hungarian Language and Hungarian Studies scholarship is to improve, broaden and strengthen the Hungarian language skills and “Hungarology” knowledge of graduate or undergraduate students of Hungarian studies. The two-semester course takes place in the MFA in Budapest with the cooperation of the University of Pécs and with KKM Magyar Diplomáciai Akadémia Kft. (KKM MDA Kft., a background institution of the MFA)

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Lang. Training: Second/Third Year Russian Online (Yale)

This year Yale Summer Session is offering Second-Year Russian and Third-Year Russian fully synchronously on zoom.  The application is now open. Session A runs from June 7 to July 9, and session B is from July 12 to August 13. The students can register for both sessions or just one (equivalent of one semester).Please let your students know about these opportunities for summer study.  Here is the link to more information: https://summer.yale.edu/academics/courses-yale#searchStudents interested in the Second-Year Russian can email  julia.titus@yale.edu, and those who are thinking about Third-Year Russian, can contact  Constantine Muravnik at constantine.muravnik@yale.edu