University of Texas - Austin: Moscow - Moscow Plus Summer Program

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The new Moscow Plus Program still provides first-rate intensive classes in Russian language and culture; but instruction is not confined to the classroom. Bridge course students have opportunities to try out their communication skills in real-life... read more

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I learned a lot about daily life in Russia. My speaking skills increased somewhat, though I wish I had worked more on them. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Past Review Exhilarating!
Very worthwhile. My listening comprehension improved dramatically. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
The experience was absolutely worthwhile. Along with the obvious language skills, I learned a lot about Russian attitudes and casual interaction, and gained confidence from navigating and interacting with strangers in Moscow. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Texas - Austin: Moscow - Moscow Plus Summer Program
I learned how to live outside of my comfort zone. In that sense, I feel as if I had learned to live in general. Having to rely on and have faith in yourself to navigate a foreign culture safely matures one drastically. I feel as if Russia made a man out of me. Also, having to actively take advantage of any amount of free time an... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review

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The new Moscow Plus Program still provides first-rate intensive classes in Russian language and culture; but instruction is not confined to the classroom. Bridge course students have opportunities to try out their communication skills in real-life situational environments all over the city of Moscow: in shops, restaurants, business and government establishments—wherever Russian is used in specific situations! Students enroll only for the Second-Summer Session, and will receive five weeks of instruction and participate in cultural excursions and a weekend in St. Petersburg. A UT Resident Director accompanies the group for the duration of its time abroad.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Russian, Central and East European Studies
  • Russian Studies
  • Russian Language, Literature
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