For a comprehensive list of Summer Programs, check the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies site.
Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Program (RLASP)
American Councils’ longest-running study abroad program provides intensive Russian-language immersion for US undergraduate and graduate students in Russia.
Business Russian Language and Internship Program (BRLI)
BRLI combines specialized curriculum for business Russian and a 10-hour per week internship with U.S. or Russian businesses in Moscow or St. Petersburg.
A five-week area studies summer program in Moscow for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students at all levels of Russian-language proficiency.
Eurasian Regional Language Program
Provides graduate students, advanced undergraduates, scholars, and professionals the unique opportunity to study the languages of the independent states of the former Soviet Union in an overseas, immersion setting for a summer, semester or academic year.
Russian Overseas Flagship Program
Advanced to professional (Flagship)-level training in Russian at St. Petersburg State University in St. Petersburg, Russia for students already at the advanced (2 or 2+) levels of proficiency. .
SACE – Secondary Academic Cultural Exchange (formerly High School Academic Partnership Exchange)
SACE is a school linkage program that facilitates exchanges between Eurasian and American high schools.
Summer Russian Language Teachers Program
Provides full support for teachers of Russian at the university, high school, and secondary school level to study Russian literature, language, culture, and second language pedagogy at Moscow State University for six weeks.
Teachers to Teachers: Language, Technology, Math, and Science Exchange
Teachers to Teachers supports the professional development of secondary school teachers from Russia in the fields of English as a Foreign Language (EFL), History, and Social Studies as well as Math, Hard Sciences, and Information Technology.
Title VIII Combined Research and Language Training Program
Provides full support for research and approximately ten hours per week of advanced language instruction for three to nine months in Russia, Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova.
Title VIII Research Scholar Program
Provides full support for three to nine-month research trips to Russia, Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova.