The Slavic Department actively encourages students to participate in study abroad programs in Russia and other East European countries. Through the University of California’s Study Abroad Program, students may spend the fall or spring semester in St. Petersburg and do intensive work on Russian language, literature, and culture. UC-sponsored programs emphasize Russian language as well as cultural studies. For information see the Slavic Department’s information poster.
Other institutions also offer programs in Russia and East European countries, both during the school year and summer. Please consult with the Major Advisor for information about these programs.
Read more about studying abroad on the Berkeley Study Abroad website.
The Berkeley Study Abroad advisor for the Czech Republic and Russia is Michelle Ayazi, email@example.com.
Berkeley Study Abroad advising information here.
Domestic programs with intensive language study include:
- Middlebury (Russian)
- Yale (Russian)
- Arizona State University (Armenian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian)
- Indiana University (Russian)
- University of Pittsburgh (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Turkish, and Ukrainian)
- UCLA (Russian)
These programs can be applied to your UC Berkeley transcript as transfer credit units, and language placement assessments can confirm coursework toward your Slavic major or minor. Syllabus review by faculty advisor and passing letter grades are required.
Additionally, visit the website of UC Berkeley’s Institute for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ISEEES), and their list of Study Abroad resources and options.