SRAS: Bishkek - Central Asian Studies

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Central Asian Studies is an innovative program preparing students for international careers. Based in the fascinating and historically significant region of Central Asia, this program combines intensive language study with courses on regional hist... read more

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Going abroad was totally worthwhile. I learned so much that it is hard to synthesize in to one statement. It totally changed my perspective on life. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with SRAS: Bishkek - Central Asian Studies
The program what I would consider "intense" in energy required, but it was worth it for me. I was looking for an opportunity to see Central Asia for myself and that's what I got (the external travel involved in the program was excellent). I also really wanted to maximize my opportunity to gain skill in Russian and that really ... - Berea College View Entire Review

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Central Asian Studies is an innovative program preparing students for international careers. Based in the fascinating and historically significant region of Central Asia, this program combines intensive language study with courses on regional history and the specific countries and major cultures of this diverse area. A month of home stay, an extensive cultural program and educational travel to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan are included to give a deeper understanding of what locals think and how they live. Stay for an optional second semester for continued language study and hands-on learning.

Central Asian Studies is for adventurous students looking to understand a militarily and economically vital part of the world where Islam and Christianity, as well as Russian, Western, Chinese, and local interests mix and sometimes collide. You'll gain a wider, fuller, first-hand perspective on geopolitics and foreign relations for your future in government, business, or academia.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • Russian
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Central Asian Studies
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